Episode #133 - June 14th, 2017
This week we visit Southwestern Michigan College in Dowagiac, Michigan, and visit Vogue Beauty School’s Elkhart campus. We also revisit Northside Child Development Center in Niles, Michigan, and hear more about the USDA Summer Food Service program at Plymouth High School
Original Airdate: June 14, 2017

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  • Southwestern Michigan College

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    City: Dowagiac, MI
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    Traditionally speaking, many college students go home for the summer to rejuvenate, be around friends and family, and come back in the fall for a fresh start, but that’s not the case so much anymore. The enrollment for summer classes is on the rise. So what’s the real reason behind this? Are students trying to save money? Are they trying to enter the workforce faster? We sit down with educators and students at Southwestern Michigan College in Dowagiac, Michigan, to hear their perspective. Monica Murphy reports. For more information on Southwestern Michigan College,  visit https://www.swmich.edu

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  • Vogue Beauty School's Elkhart Campus Offers Cosmetology and Nail Technician Classes

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    City: Elkhart, IN
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    Vogue Beauty School has a Mishawaka and Elkhart campus. In the Elkhart campus, the school offers cosmetology and nail technician classes.

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  • Plymouth Schools are Sites for USDA Summer Food Program

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    City: Plymouth, IN
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    Plymouth High School and Menominee Elementary School are sites for the USDA Summer Food Program.

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