Month: July 2022

What Do Parents Really Want for Their Children’s Education?

For Jesse, music is a way of life. He’s been playing bass guitar and touring since he was five years old. But all that travel meant going to school was hard — until he enrolled at our school. He had been to public school and had been homeschooled but found the difference here to be […]

Written by on July 27, 2022

Why Does it Take So Long to Get Your Order When You Go Out to Eat?

The number one problem is a decline in foodservice workers. Seven out of 10 operators report not having enough employees to support demand at their restaurants. Not only did COVID-19 change workers’ perspectives and interest in foodservice, but there has been a steady decline in the labor force in recent years. Since 2000, there are […]

Written by on July 27, 2022

A Media Fellowship Helped Karen Jumpstart a Future in Writing

Karen G. graduated in 2018 but wasn’t ready to start college. She was always a good student and liked writing but, like many high school graduates, she wasn’t sure what type of career she wanted to do for the rest of her life. Then an email landed in her inbox that would set her on […]

Written by on July 27, 2022