Episode #124 - April 12th, 2017
This week we hear more from Ancilla College in Donaldson, Indiana, on their upcoming autism program. We also visit the Air Zoo in Portage, Michigan, speak with John Place from Ancon Construction in Goshen, and speak with the Indian Association at the University of Notre Dame.
Original Airdate: April 12, 2017

In This Episode

  • Ancilla College Debuts New Autism Program
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    Ancilla College Debuts New Autism Program

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    Ancilla College hosts a press conference where they debuted their new program for autistic students.

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  • John Place
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    John Place

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    This week we sit down with John Place, president of Ancon Construction, to learn about his company’s involvement with the Elkhart Area Career Center. We also learn about their initiative to increase students’ wages after earning the Governor’s Work Ethic Certification.

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    1. John Place

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  • Indian Association of Notre Dame Celebrates Cultural Kite Festival
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    Indian Association of Notre Dame Celebrates Cultural Kite Festival

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    The Indian Association of Notre Dame celebrates the Kite Festival, a cultural Indian tradition. The Kite Festival was supported and funded by Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies.

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  • Air Zoo
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    Air Zoo

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    The Air Zoo in Portage, Michigan, offers yearlong educational programs. Last year the Air Zoo spent $250,000 on educational programs.

    Guests

    1. Troy Thrash
    2. Kathy Larsen
    3. Brook Byrd
    4. Aedan Hunt

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