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Do you know someone who attended Michigan public schools and has an interesting and inspiring story to tell? MASB invites you to tell them who they are!
Our colleagues at Michigan Association of School Boards (MASB) are searching for the best and the brightest of Michigan public school graduates. Many successful lives and career paths had their beginnings in a Michigan public school and it’s time we highlighted their stories.
Keep in mind that success comes in many different varieties. They are looking not only for the rich and the famous, but also for the quieter successes of those who made a difference as a result of the education they received. It doesn’t matter how long ago a candidate graduated—it only matters that they attended a Michigan public school.
The program aims to highlight a graduate who has accomplished something GREAT: overcoming a great hurdle, becoming a local hero, succeeding in business, mentoring children, starting their own business, saving a life, building a park in their hometown, cleaning up a lake, or even being the first person in their family to attend and finish college. They are seeking stories that highlight success that came as a result of the opportunity that a public education offered.
MASB is collecting the stories of Michigan’s public education all-stars and plan to share the top stories in a statewide campaign designed to inform, bring awareness and improve the opinion of public education.
They hope to feature at least one candidate per school district, but encourage districts to nominate as many graduates as they wish.
Together we can elevate public education and give it the recognition it so richly deserves.