Sponsored | The Indian SCENE

Sponsored

Sponsored

Sponsored: Schoolcraft College’s Dual Enrollment Program Leads to Success

This post is sponsored by Schoolcraft College. Building a solid foundation in order to thrive at a four-year college or university can be a challenge. One option to consider is becoming a Dual Enrollment student at Schoolcraft College. This program, in most cases, allows students to primarily earn college credit in small and personal distance

Read More »
MSU Students Find Being Guest Student at Schoolcraft College Win-Win
NextGen

MSU Students Find Being a Guest Student at Schoolcraft College is a Win-Win

This post is sponsored by Schoolcraft College. Sachi Arora is a busy, productive and highly motivated student at Michigan State University. To start, the Novi native is majoring in Supply Chain management at the highly respected Eli Broad College of Business at MSU. What’s more, to help enhance her career options, she completed an internship at

Read More »
Entertainment

Attend virtual comedyfest “HAS.YA”, the biggest South Asian online event in North America

“HAS.YA,” the biggest South Asian online event in North America, will take place Saturday, July 25, 2020. The one-hour event, beginning at 9 p.m. EST, features five celebrity comedians performing non-stop. Featured artists include Amamah Sardar, Badar Tareen, Zahra Ali, Prathaviraj Purohit. The event will be hosted by Sonya Vai. This show will be presented using the

Read More »
Sponsored

Schoolcraft College math professor Rujuta Joshi on transitioning to distance learning and supporting the arts

This post is sponsored by Schoolcraft College. Rujuta Joshi is a multitalented and vital member of the community. A professor in the mathematics department at Schoolcraft College, she explains how she kept her students engaged when the school was forced to adopt distance learning (online) methods because of the coronavirus pandemic. Further, Rujuta is an

Read More »
Sponsored

NextGen: Young medical professional Neeraj Maheshwari on how his grandmother inspired him to always do well and do good

This post is sponsored by Schoolcraft College. As the coronavirus pandemic continues, it’s comforting to know that skilled and dedicated medical professionals like Neeraj Maheshwari are on the front lines. Maheshwari, a graduate of Northville High School, is a second-year anesthesiology resident at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak. It’s the latest achievement for a young

Read More »
Sponsored

Becoming a Dual Enrollment Student at Schoolcraft College

The race to be fully prepared for a four-year college or university is a long and grueling one. One option that can help is becoming a Dual Enrollment student at Schoolcraft College. This program, in most cases, allows students to primarily earn college credit in small and personal distance learning and/or traditional class settings, have

Read More »
Sponsored

Census 2020: An introduction

What is the census? The U. S. Constitution requires that the federal government count every person living in the U.S. The U.S. Census has been conducted every 10 years since 1790. Why is the Census important? Every year, the federal government gives money it has collected from taxes back to the states. How much money

Read More »
Sponsored

Census 2020: An introduction

What is the census? The U. S. Constitution requires that the federal government count every person living in the U.S. The U.S. Census has been conducted every 10 years since 1790. Why is the Census important? Every year, the federal government gives money it has collected from taxes back to the states. How much money

Read More »
Health

A DCDS State of Mind

Sponsored by Detroit Country Day School Mindfulness is a concept that is increasingly understood to be enormously beneficial for physical and mental wellbeing. Mindfulness is a state where you become fully present, focused, relaxed and aware of your thoughts, activities and surroundings. It’s a kind of conscious serenity that helps us avoid being distracted, stressed

Read More »
Sponsored

Census 2020: An introduction

What is the census? The U. S. Constitution requires that the federal government count every person living in the U.S. The U.S. Census has been conducted every 10 years since 1790. Why is the Census important? Every year, the federal government gives money it has collected from taxes back to the states. How much money

Read More »
Scroll to Top