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Qainat Khan

15 December 2017

Flathead Reservation, Montana, United States

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Salish Kootenai College has opened an Allied Health Department to train members of several tribes on the Flathead Reservation in Montana. The goal of this new department is to train members of these Native American tr...

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Rachel Cramer

12 December 2017

Scandia, Minnesota, United States

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Sustainable agriculture and farming is on the rise on a national level, but it's not often so simple to get into the practice, especially for those that are new to the U.S. A farmer training program based in Washingto...

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Kevin Douglas Grant

12 December 2017

Pikeville, Kentucky, United States

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While many areas in Kentucky become increasingly less dependent on the coal industry, the state is looking for new ways to add jobs to the economy. SOAR, or Shaping Our Appalachian Region, is working to create jobs lo...

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Frank Dutan

2 October 2017

Springfield, Massachusetts, United States

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Despite heavy pressure, attending college is not for everyone, and a university degree no longer guarantees job placement; meanwhile industries like manufacturing are facing a decline in interested, qualified workers....

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Michael O’Brien

7 May 2017

New York, New York, United States

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Throughout New York City’s five boroughs, the opioid crisis has had a huge impact across class, race, and neighborhood boundaries. In response, several initiatives have been implemented including needle exchanges, pro...

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