United Ways worldwide strengthen communities through honing in on 3 building blocks of a strong quality of life; education, income and health. Granite United Way Executive Director, Patrick Tufts, talks UW support services and resources in NH.
Hosted by: Jenny JohnsonProduced by: Greater Boston Newsmakers Team
Minimizing the summer slide is critical. BELL has created a comprehensive solution to deliver and measure evidence-based summer and research-based afterschool learning experiences. Lauren Sanchez Gilbert explains the power of expanded learning.
Food insecurity is increasingly becoming recognized as one of the most critical public health issues of the times. The Greater Boston Food Bank President and CEO, Catherine D’Amato, joins Jenny Johnson to discuss moving people from hunger to health.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, one in fifty-nine U.S. children have autism. The New England Center for Children Chief Development Officer, Jared Bouzan, joins Newsmakers to discuss NECC programs and his personal experience with Autism.
Josh Kraft, the President and CEO of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston, joins Jenny Johnson to discuss programs supporting youth; including sports, STEM, leadership, life skills, and many others to ensure all young people have an opportunity to succeed.
New Hampshire Career and Technical Education Executive Director, Christine Carr, talks about bridging the gap between NH's businesses and CTE schools to ensure students are receiving robust career and technical training and employers are gaining a skilled workforce.
Manchester School District is the largest and most diverse in the state. The district faces challenges; including redistricting and budgetary constraints, but the district also provides opportunity, quality education and a positive impact on students.
Interview recorded June 7, 2017.
Londonderry NH has experienced the most economic growth than any other NH community over the past few years. Find out why Londonderry's growing economy and high quality of life make it an attractive place to live and work.
Interview recorded on June 7, 2017. Hosted by Jenny Johnson.
KENO is the newest game to be played in New Hampshire and officials are banking on its success to fund all-day kindergarten. Charlie McIntyre Director of New Hampshire State Lottery lets viewers know about it, and other advances including i-gaming on Comcast Newsmakers.
Interview recorded on October 11, 2017.
"There is a way to get more from your college education. Students and alumni of the member schools of the College and University Council benefit in many ways from enrichment programs the Council offers.
Interview recorded October 11, 2017 at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics. Hosted by Nathan O'Leary.