Motivation To Graduation Dropout Prevention Forum

Community leaders and partners met in the MPB Auditorium to address Mississippi's current dropout crisis and discussed solutions to increase the overall graduation rate throughout the state.

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MPB Education Community Champions

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Can I Kick It? 2016 Youth Summer Media Institute

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Money Talks: Lyft

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Communications Manager for the ride hailing company Lyft was our guest on Money Talks.

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Money Talks: Governor's Job Fair

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Our guest, Adam Todd, Governor's Job Fair Director, gives tips and dates for Job Fairs in Mississippi.

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MPB Creates Early Work Experiences for Young People

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This week at MPB's partner, Youth Media Project, the students dove into their group projects. Last week, each group brainstormed angles for each of their projects, and all of their projects are revolving around the idea of community engagement through solutions journalism.

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MPB Partners with Youth Media Project for Summer 2018

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Mississippi Public Broadcasting has partnered with the Youth Media Project to offer a rigorous summer program that trains young people with the core competency skills necessary to secure gainful employment in the local workforce.

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In Legal Terms: Employment Law

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Guest attorney James Simpson took listener calls on Employment Law.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, May 30th

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On today's show: Hear from Republican candidates running for Mississippi's 3rd Congressional District House seat. And, find out what the state's business community wants in it's next generation employees. Then, the FBI is warning all young Mississippians to think before posting online. Details on a new safety campaign.

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Fix It 101: Women in Construction

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The Moore Community House Women in Construction Program is helping meet the industry's demand for a trained workforce. Program director, Julie Kuklinski and Simone Agee join the handyman hangout and talk about the success of the Biloxi based program.

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Money Talks: WIN Jobs Centers

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The WIN Job Center and their employment experts are resources that provide job placement assistance, job and skill training, priority services for veterans, career counseling and referral to many other valuable services.

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Legislators hold a hearing to learn more about funding childcare

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A Mississippi lawmaker say it's time to make low-income childcare a top priority in the state. As MPB's Desare Frazier reports, he's calling on lawmakers and state agencies to address the issues.

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Teen Births More Common in the Mississippi Delta

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Teenage girls living in the Delta are more likely to get pregnant than those in the rest of the state, according to a recent analysis.

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