Episode #115 - February 8th, 2017
Many educators and organizations help prepare students for career readiness and success. This week we meet author and expert, Hans Meeder, at a luncheon in South Bend, Indiana. We also visit the VEX Robotics Tournament at Plymouth High School, and the Dekko Foundation in Kendallville, Indiana.
Original Airdate: February 08, 2017

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  • Hans Meeder
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    Hans Meeder

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    We met author and expert, Hans Meeder, at a luncheon in South Bend, Indiana. He talked to us about his research on pathways for career and life success. For more information visit the National Center for College and Career Transitions at http://nc3t.com Also check out The Power and Promise of Pathways by Hans Meeder at https://www.amazon.com/Power-Promise-Pathways-Hans-Meeder/dp/0996980334

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  • VEX Robotics Competition
    February 8th, 2017 Photo Sharon Oviedo, Elijah Lyon, Trevor Fisher, Norah Williamson, Kevin Murphy, Guiseppe Nania, Jason Doody, Lindsay Moore More Information
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    VEX Robotics Competition

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    Plymouth High School hosts the school’s second VEX Robotics Tournament. Reporter, Monica Murphy, catches up with teachers and students to learn more. For more information visit: http://www.vexrobotics.com/competition/ Also check out information at Robotics Education and Competition Foundation: http://www.roboticseducation.org

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    1. Sharon OviedoStudent
    2. Elijah LyonStudent
    3. Trevor FisherStudent
    4. Norah WilliamsonStudent
    5. Kevin MurphyStudent
    6. Guiseppe NaniaStudent
    7. Jason DoodyCoach
    8. Lindsay MooreTeacher and Coach

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  • The Dekko Foundation
    February 8th, 2017 Photo Sharon Smith More Information
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    The Dekko Foundation

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    The Dekko Foundation in Kendallville, Indiana, is investing in student success. They provide grants to help foster economic freedom and personal choice in the lives of students. For more information visit: http://www.dekkofoundation.org

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    1. Sharon Smith

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