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AviationPROS features WorkingNation’s ‘The sky’s the limit’ video and story

AviationPROS, the online hub for several major aviation trade publications, published WorkingNation's mini-documentary video and accompanying story detailing how aviation industry stakeholders are working...

First Boston. Next, the world

If there was an internship to save the world, would you take it? The College for Social Innovation in Boston, Massachusetts is redefining the college...

The sky’s the limit

Jennifer Treman’s moment of triumph is on a flyer hanging in her house in Sandpoint, Idaho. It contains a photo of her overjoyed reaction...

Shaping the Future Workforce – Debra Plousha Moore

“It has always been important to me that the people I work with represent the community we serve, and veterans are a large part...

Employers Salute Skills: The value of the American veteran

Aaron Harper asks a simple question, one which emerged from his experience transitioning from the U.S. Marine Corps to the civilian world. It may...

Crafting a future

Ashby Manufacturing in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania has served its customer base faithfully by producing quality machined parts since 1976, when founder Manus ”Mac” O'Donnell...

Lumina Foundation awards grant to WorkingNation to develop powerful stories about...

Lumina Foundation has awarded a $750,000 grant to Los Angeles-based nonprofit campaign WorkingNation to support original video and digital journalism that increases awareness and...

WorkingNation’s ‘The Drive to Succeed’ featured by Motor Age Magazine

Motor Age Magazine's AutoPro Network portal published WorkingNation's "The Drive to Succeed" mini-documentary, highlighting how the next generation of automobile technicians is being trained...

The drive to succeed

Wisconsin still prides itself on its automotive manufacturing lifeblood which courses along Interstate 94 between Milwaukee and Chicago. Right in the middle is Kenosha...

The new path to news

Four years of journalism school may as well be an eternity when considering how quickly the media landscape is changing. Internet-based media companies have disrupted...

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