Episode #104 - November 23rd, 2016
This week we learn how St. Joe CEO and the partnership between the LaGrange County Economic Development Corporation and Lakeland High School are spurring innovation. We also explore community service involvement at Goshen College and Saint Joseph High School.
Original Airdate: November 23, 2016

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  • November 23rd, 2016 Photo Iris Hammel, Michael Anthony, Madeleine McTigue, Parent of Drew, Catlin Courtney More Information

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    St. Joe CEO gives high school students the freedom and opportunity to take risks. Students learn innovative business concepts to enhance their future.

    Guests:

    1. Iris HammelSt. Joe CEO
    2. Michael AnthonySt. Joe CEO
    3. Madeleine McTigueSt. Joe CEO
    4. Parent of DrewSt. Joe CEO
    5. Catlin CourtneySt. Joe CEO

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  • November 23rd, 2016 Photo Ryne Krock, Nolan Isaacs, Manuel Rangel, AJ Dorough, Eva Merkel, Ed.D. More Information

    Lakeland High School

    November 23rd, 2016 Photo
    City: LaGrange, IN
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    Students at Lakeland High School in Lagrange County have an opportunity to think beyond the pages of a textbook, as they develop tangible business concepts that impact their future.

    Guests:

    1. Ryne KrockLaGrange County Economic Development Corporation
    2. Nolan IsaacsLakeland High School
    3. Manuel RangelLakeland High School
    4. AJ DoroughLakeland High School
    5. Eva Merkel, Ed.D.Lakeland High School

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  • November 23rd, 2016 Photo Brianne Brenneman, Landon Weldy, Meredith Satchwell More Information

    Goshen College

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    City: Goshen, IN
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    Students at Goshen College want to live a significant life. They are eager to give back to their community and learn life lessons from those they serve.

    Guests:

    1. Brianne BrennemanGoshen College
    2. Landon WeldyGoshen College
    3. Meredith SatchwellGoshen College

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  • November 23rd, 2016 Photo Caroline Bueno, Riley Fraleigh, Natalie Klima, Tanya Mead More Information

    Saint Joseph High School

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    Saint Joseph High School in South Bend is committed to service. Throughout the year students participate in many community service projects including their annual Thanksgiving H.O.P.E food drive.

    Guests:

    1. Caroline BuenoSaint Joseph High School
    2. Riley FraleighSaint Joseph High School
    3. Natalie KlimaSaint Joseph High School
    4. Tanya MeadSaint Joseph High School

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