Detroit non-profit providing path to education and careers
DETROIT – Finding a job can be hard during a pandemic, especially if there’s a need for further education. If you are looking for a job but are dealing with barriers to employment like education, one local non-profit is here to help. “I leave for boot camp in February!”Unable to attend regular school due in part to her age at the time of immigration, she continued her education here at SER Metro Detroit Youth Services. Bryndyn is another SER Metro Detroit graduate and success story. Last year, SER Metro Detroit served 1,000 young people.
Getting children involved in household chores teaches valuable lessons, improves mental health
DETROIT Getting children involved in household chores is more valuable than you might realize. Telling children to do tasks such as putting away their toys, cleaning dishes and vacuuming can teach them responsibility and improve their mental health. Not only do chores keep children busy, but can also help them mentally. Its also really important to help decrease clutter in the childs home because that can actually lower their anxiety levels. They want to be involved.Groebe said its more important now than ever for children to feel like part of the team.