Exploring New Places For Summer on the Road’s end-of-the-year trip, students crossed the border to Toronto, Canada. Students visited the CN tower where they walked out on the glass platform. They also viewed the Toronto skyline from the edge of Lake Ontario and had dinner at Medieval Times. Students were apprehensive about the new experiences […]

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In college, Amario Payton-Rice began his academic career studying physical therapy. But during his studies, he felt like there was something missing. When his grandmother developed cancer, he saw the limitations it caused, and they weren’t going to be cured with physical or occupational therapy. That is when he discovered recreational therapy, the practice of […]

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Nearly 50 percent of American employers report having difficulty filling open positions in Manpower Group’s 2018 Talent Shortage Survey. Of those open positions, skilled trades – such as electricians, welders and mechanics – are the hardest to fill. As the talent gap continues to be an issue at a national, statewide and local level, Afterschool […]

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School has started and, in a few weeks, so will YouthQuest programming. With 15 different sites, the YouthQuest team is working hard prepping for the school year. “Our amazing team is planning lessons and attending professional development,” says Cheryl Adkins, program director for YouthQuest. “We want to make sure our staff is fully prepared for […]

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Nearly 50 percent of American employers report having difficulty filling open positions in Manpower Group’s 2018 Talent Shortage Survey. Of those open positions, skilled trades – such as electricians, welders and mechanics – are the hardest to fill. As the talent gap continues to be an issue at a national, statewide and local level, Afterschool […]

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