December 16, 2019Become a Let’s Detroit Ambassador
Let’s Detroit is about providing real, firsthand insight from young professionals who currently live, work, and play in the region. This is all possible thanks to ambassadors, which make Let’s Detroit truly unique. Select one of the ambassador types below to get involved: Employment Ambassador Represent your industry and share insight on your career. Apply […]
December 06, 2019PRSA Detroit – A Game Changer for Young Communications Professionals
By Catia Sabak The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) is a professional organization serving the communications industry across the country. Detroit is fortunate to be one of PRSA’s local Chapters with an active and collaborative membership – one of the largest in the national network. Beyond informative programming (think workshops, conferences, webinars, etc.), networking […]
November 21, 2019The Brakeman Detroit – Tokens, Fried Chicken, and No Waitstaff
By Nick Mattar One of downtown’s newest bars – The Brakeman Detroit – provided several new experiences for me that were also new to the downtown Detroit scene. As one who prides himself on checking out the latest and greatest locales in the city, I think it is only fitting to turn The Brakeman into […]
October 30, 2019Forbes Under 30 Summit: Millennial Values, Self-Made Power & Pie
By Alicia McClendon The power, possibility and responsibility of being a self-made success was a major takeaway from day two of the 2019 Forbes Under 30 Summit. The annual summit came to Detroit for the first time ever this week, and will return for the next two years, bringing doers and hopeful doers from around […]
October 23, 2019Gleaners Community Food Bank
Gleaners distributes more than 43 million pounds of food annually to 528 soup kitchens, food pantries, homeless shelters, senior homes and other nonprofit agencies that feed hungry people in southeast Michigan.
October 16, 2019Detroit Revitalization Extends Beyond Downtown With NeighborHUB Grant Program
Detroit’s revitalization is dependent on the future sustainability of its neighborhoods. The issues facing Detroiters vary from neighborhood to neighborhood including: limited access to transportation, limited access to grocery and other stores, blight, crumbling infrastructure, foreclosure, and a lack of community trust. Who better to tend to the needs of the neighborhoods than the nonprofits […]
October 15, 2019Make an Impact Ideas from Eastern Market After Dark
Visitors to our lounge shared these organizations that they’re involved with, take a look at this list and apply to get your organization featured on our make an impact page.
October 08, 2019Dakota Inn Oktoberfest: Detroit’s Take on the German Tradition
An unassuming Bavarian-style restaurant is sure to be a good time
October 03, 2019Southwest Detroit Restaurant Week
With so many restaurant weeks, you might be asking yourself “why should I go to this one?”.