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Some Michigan Community Colleges See Enrollment Jump

(W X Y Z) – Some Michigan community colleges are seeing an increase in enrollment thanks to state programs such as Futures for Frontliners and Michigan Reconnect. Related: The pandemic is playing a role in increasing the number of people returning to class. Monroe County Community College is one of three community colleges in Michigan …

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Reviews | Michigan Community Colleges Also Helping Students Outside of Classrooms

Michigan’s 28 community colleges are mobilizing to help tackle economic challenges, mental health issues and more. A fall 2020 financial wellness survey of more than 10,000 Michigan community college students found that the pandemic caused 86% of students to experience stress, anxiety and depression additional, while 56% of students would struggle to get $ 500 …

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Detroit Cookie Company’s Continued Expansion Means More Jobs for Michigan Community – CW50 Detroit

Southfield (CW50) – Lauren Roumayah grew up in a house full of cooking and baking. Constantly surrounded by food and desserts, baking has become her passion. After attending high school, she went to college closer to town. Finding a love for food all over Detroit, she began infusing flavors of Detroit into her baking, using …

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Michigan community gears up for massive annual cancer fundraiser

The Arrows take on Mona Shores in the 13th On Your Sidelines Game of the Week, but it’s also one of the region’s biggest cancer fundraisers. LOWELL, Michigan – The temperature hovers around 90 degrees. The sun is beating down on the Red Arrow stadium. The heat is brutal. But the organizers of Lowell’s Pink …

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Research how your Michigan community grew (or shrunk) in the 2020 census – news from the pink report

Michigan has grown a little bit over the past 10 years, but maybe your community has changed a lot more. The state of Michigan has 10,077,331 people in 2020, up just under 2% from the 9,883,640 people who lived in the state a decade earlier. These numbers are critical in determining everything from state representation …

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Chemicals supplier loses certification after nearly contaminating Michigan community’s drinking water

Michigan on Wednesday blacklisted a chemicals distributor accused of nearly contaminating the drinking water of a metro-Detroit community with sulfuric acid. PVS Nolwood, a Detroit-based company that supplies chemicals to as many as 10 municipal drinking water suppliers in the state, accidentally shipped four 55-gallon barrels of sulfuric acid to New Baltimore with labels that …

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How sulfuric acid almost ended up in a Michigan community’s water supply

When you dilute sulfuric acid with water, you get battery acid. This is what the Metro Detroit community of New Baltimore almost accidentally created in their water supply last month, due to a labeling incident. New Baltimore Water Plant Superintendent Chris Hiltunen said on Sunday July 11 that an employee was pumping out several gallons …

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Amanda R. Richardson, RN, Northeast Michigan Community Mental Health Authority

(ProNewsReport Editorial): – New York City, New York July 30, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Amanda is a registered nurse specializing in mental health care. Currently, she works as a nurse case manager at the Northeast Michigan Community Mental Health Authority in Alpena, Michigan. The Northeast Michigan Community Mental Health Authority is an organization founded in the …

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Spotlight-A-Member: North Central Michigan Community Foundation

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Michigan Community College Association president retires

Michael Hansen, President of the Michigan Community College Associationfor 15 years, retired at the end of the year, officials said on Friday. The organization thatLobby groups at Michigan’s 28 public community colleges have started a search for a new leader. “Over the past 15 years, Michael has been an outstanding leader for community colleges statewide,” …

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