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  • Photo of father and son with Seeds for Success logo

    The Parents as Teachers program helps parents with the development of their children from newborn up to three-years-old. Kalamazoo RESA Director of Early Childhood Programs Kristi Carambula and Parent Educator Bianca Harris explain in this interview how the program works and its benefits. Listen online here.

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  • Kalamazoo RESA Foundation Awarded Donation from Bosch

    Bosch Community Fund grant will benefit Education for Employment STEM programs in three Kalamazoo-area schools.

    Girls Bosch Community Fund (BCF) recently awarded $35,000 to the Kalamazoo RESA Foundation for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) programs at Portage Public Schools, Schoolcraft Community Schools, and Vicksburg Community Schools.

    The Bosch Group, a multinational engineering and electronics company, established the Bosch Community Fund in September 2011. The US-based foundation donates up to $3 million dollars annually to 501(c)(3) organizations and educational institutions as a part of their aim to support charitable and community efforts within the US. Grants award by BCF focus primarily on the enrichment of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education and the advancement of environmental sustainability initiatives. See the full story here.


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  • Denver White of TSI
    Denver White (center), Quality Assurance Process Manager at Textile Systems, Inc., is a mentor to four Kalamazoo RESA Young Adult Program work experience students.
    YAP Honors Employers

    Kalamazoo RESA’s Young Adult Program marked the end of a successful year of student work experiences with their fourth annual Employer Recognition Breakfast on June 3. The program celebrated the many employers and volunteer organizations in the community who provided 50 YAP students with work experience.

    “Our students have been learning and growing so much this year with these dedicated employers who invite them in and encourage them every week,” said Connie Laurinat, YAP Work Coordinator. “We’re grateful for their welcoming guidance as our young people learn about employment and gain experience. Without this type of experience, our students wouldn’t have the chance to practice and to learn what employers really expect.”

    See the full story here.

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