Education

Rachel Klegon
July 1, 2015

Rachel Klegon: On Green Living Science

Some call it the Ghetto Louvre of Detroit. Reclaimed from an illegal dumping ground behind the former Lincoln plant on the edge of Midtown, the Lincoln Street Art and Sculpture Park is a must-see today. Make a vow to visit.

Nora Feldhusen
July 1, 2015

The Makings of a Social Entrepreneur

Thinking beyond the mitzvah project, PeerCorps Detroit is redefining teen volunteerism.

Gold Star Teachers
July 1, 2015

Gold Star Teachers

Meet Akiva's Award Winning Teachers, Anna Greenfield and Sharon Ozrovitz

Noah Resnick
June 1, 2015

In Conversation with Noah Resnick

Multi-talented in both architecture and academia, Noah Resnick has found a niche in urban design.

Irene Schumer, Oldest Melton Grad
June 1, 2015

Lifelong Learner

Avid student of history, Irene Schumer, graduates from the Melton course with daughter, Sharon Schwartz.

Landing an Internship
May 1, 2015

5 Tips for Landing an Internship

Where internships are a must for college students, NEXTGen Detroit and JVS can help.

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