GRAND RAPIDS, Mich (WOOD) – When it comes to our careers and our education, many of us are looking to ‘leave a mark’ and make a difference for the next generation. That’s the idea behind a collaboration going on right now between Consumers Energy and the West Michigan Center for Arts and Technology. Garrick Row-Chow and Daniel Williams joined eightWest to explain this project.
Check out the video to learn more about the West Michigan Center for Arts & Technology’s (WMCAT) “Leave Your Mark” capital campaign. Consumers Energy is an integral supporter with its foundation announcing a $100,000 grant. WMCAT is a national best practice for using innovation and design thinking to alleviate poverty, and empower adults and teens to pursue opportunity pathways.