The Indian Community School offers its pupils lessons in the classroom – and out. The school serves Native American students who live in the Milwaukee area.
Anna Mae Robertson once spent her time evading Nazi U-boats in war-torn Europe as a member of the only all-female African American battalion that served overseas in World War II.
Sammy Smith has gone from burning his mom’s stoves to blazing new trails as the owner of a health-focused meal-prep business.
Joanna Brooks used to hate hot yoga. These days, she teaches it – at her own Sherman Phoenix yoga studio.
About 225 adult students were honored last week for earning General Educational Development, or GED, certificates, High School Equivalency diplomas and Emerging Scholars diplomas during a special ceremony at Milwaukee Area Technical College’s downtown campus.
After constantly being the “only Asian Americans in the room,” a group created ElevAsian to connect members of the Asian Pacific community and to build bridges across the city.
Through free training, Mindful Staffing Solutions connects residents to jobs and provides them skills they’ll need to succeed in the future.
Neu-Life Community Development recently launched its Youth Workforce Innovation Center, a place where students can find employment – and their voice.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee recently opened its doors to a Teen Tech Center at the Mary Ryan Club, 3000 N. Sherman Blvd.
The Milwaukee Chinese Community Center serves as a platform to showcase Chinese culture while embracing the cultural and ethnic diversity in Milwaukee.