Episode #326 - April 3rd, 2019
04/03/2019
Original Airdate: April 03, 2019

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  • April 3rd, 2019 Photo Olivia Critchlow, Carrie Bossung, Joe Kloska, Essence Gray, Noelle Zolman More Information

    Youth Leadership

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    Leadership South Bend/Mishawaka offers a dynamic youth program that gives high school students the opportunity to get involved with their community and gain leadership skills. Partnered with the schools in the area, this program gets students to engage in planned events and projects to help students reach their full potential.

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    1. Olivia CritchlowExecutive DirectorLeadership South Bend/Mishawaka
    2. Carrie BossungYouth Leadership DirectorLeadership South Bend/Mishawaka
    3. Joe KloskaYouth Leadership MemberLeadership South Bend/Mishawaka
    4. Essence GrayYouth Leadership MemberLeadership South Bend/Mishawaka
    5. Noelle ZolmanYouth Leadership MemberLeadership South Bend/Mishawaka

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    Hands on Nature Training

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    Education students from IU South Bend are given the opportunity to get hands on nature training at the Prairie Winds Nature Farm. Thanks to the efforts of Professor Terri Hebert, the students of the her EDUC-328 Sciende Methods class have are able to T get their hands dirty to see how they can make use of what they learn to teach their future students.

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    Guests:

    1. Charlotte WolfeDirectorPrairie Winds Nature Farm
    2. Rebecca BrownStudentIU South Bend
    3. Noah ImelStudentIU South Bend

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    Ivy Tech: Automotive Tech

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    Ivy Tech's Automotive Technology department is preparing their students for the latest innovations in the automotive world. The program focuses on offering a hands on approach to training students, unlike traditional lesson plans.

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    Guests:

    1. Gabriel HollisterAutomotive StudentIvy Tech Community College
    2. Edward HerendeenAutomotive Program ChairIvy Tech Community College

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    1000 Books Before Kindergarten

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    Through 1000 Books Before Kindergarten children are given the building blocks and the love of reading necessary to help when they start school. It also serves as a way for parents to bond with their young children through reading stories to them. Those who take part say it's a fun and easy way to give their kids a jumpstart to reading.

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    1. Theresa HornYouth Services ManagerSt. Joseph County Public Library
    2. Sandy FrancoeurYouth Library AssistantFrancis Branch Library
    3. Shayla BlaschkowParent

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