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.
Learn more or donate online by checking out WMCAT’s website.