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Jul 25 2016
Food Fight to End Childhood Hunger

By: Jessica Knapik Category Community Outreach

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There are many Metro Detroit non-profits that do great work for the community. One of them includes Gleaners Community Food Bank. Personally, I love what Gleaners does for the community. Besides gathering food for low-income families, it provides many other services, including Cooking Matters, which is a class showing how to prepare healthy meals on a limited budget.

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Jun 7 2016
Volunteerism

By: Jessica Knapik Category Community Outreach

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While I was studying for my bachelor degree, I joined a volunteer club called Reach. The student club had meetings and regularly scheduled volunteer activities in the community. The club organized an alternative spring break to a non-profit organization located in Jacksonville, Florida. I thought it would be a great learning experience and decided to go. It has left a lasting impression on me that I will remember for a lifetime!

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Apr 25 2016
Detroit Pride

By: Jessica Knapik Category Community Outreach

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We are proud of being a metro Detroit business college.

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Feb 4 2016
We Love Students of All Ages

By: Jessica Knapik Category Community Outreach

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Happy Valentine’s Day! Well, I’m a few days early… This might be a good reminder to those of you to remember the special someone in your life. Wink, wink.

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Jan 26 2016
Let's Help Flint: The Water Crisis

By: Jessica Knapik Category Community Outreach

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As U.S. citizens, we are very blessed and fortunate to have the basic necessities that are needed to survive. However, we sometimes take the daily necessities like food, water, shelter, and clothing for granted. I had an eye- opening experience the first time I went out of the country for the first time shortly after graduating from College. No one should have to struggle with the very simple necessities. However, the reality is that many people do.

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