There’s a reason Stanford University is often mentioned in conversation when top colleges are being discussed. Since 1891, the Product Realization Lab (formerly known as the Student Shops) has been at the heart of Stanford’s pragmatic, results-driven engineering curriculum. One of the most popular courses run by the Product Realization Lab, ME 204, teaches students how to build bicycles, but also patience and project management.
Rebecca Kost has had a thing for coffee since she had her first sip at 3 years old. With that being said, the Food Industry Management junior at Michigan State University had a ball during her summer internship at Paramount Coffee in Lansing, MI.
Aspiring athletes can test their shots and learn basic basketball and life skills this summer as Grand Rapids, Mich.-based retailer, Meijer, will again present the Mateen Cleaves 1 Goal 1 Passion Summer Basketball Camps. The popular three-day camps will be open to the first 1,000 Michigan youth to sign up online at www.1goal1passion.com. Camps will be held in Benton Harbor, Lansing and Flint, and thanks to Meijer, participants will only pay $1.
As challenging as school can be for kids and adults who tolerate the struggle in hopes that they will be rewarded with a better life, it’s probably safe to assume that many of them would abandon their higher education pursuit if they became rich and famous. With that being said, it’s awesome to see examples of Hollywood success stories that worked harder at getting smarter.