Growing up with two Elementary School teachers as parents, I didn’t have much first hand experience with office jobs, until shows like “The Office” became popular.Then, much of the discourse surrounding these types of jobs was in a negative way, such as “I don’t want to be stuck behind a desk/ in a cubicle my […]
In December and January, half of our cohort had the honor to work on our second challenge project with the City of Detroit’s Office of Civil Rights, Inclusion and Opportunity (CRIO), to help build awareness about CRIO among Detroiters. CRIO consists of four different workstreams – Civil Rights, Construction Outreach, the Detroit Business Opportunity Program, […]
Recently, I had a friend visit Detroit for the first time. Although the weather was less than ideal, I still wanted to showcase some of Detroit’s attractions. There are numerous things to do in Detroit during pleasant weather, but here are a few places that can be enjoyed in all seasons, rain or shine.
“Leadership is not just about taking charge, it could be just looking out for someone and having their back,” said Darell from Central High school. This is just one of the many perspectives we heard by meeting with high school students from across Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD). For our first project of the […]