The warmth of your generosity could help those less-fortunate this winter. The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is accepting donations of new or clean, used coats through November 30th as part of their 30th annual “Coats for the Cold” coat drive.
Donated coats will be sent to a variety of local charitable organizations, who in turn distribute the coats to community members most in need.
Specs Howard School of Media Arts is all about the business of creativity. Since 1970, Specs Howard has offered hands-on experience and project-oriented learning in the media arts. The private career school in Southfield offers programs of study in Broadcast Media Arts, Graphic Design, and Digital Media Arts. Today, over 15,000 Specs Howard graduates are working throughout the world in all aspects of the media arts.
Using a blended curriculum and project-based education, Specs Howard can offer you the training you need to get started in the industries of graphic or web design, videography, digital media, radio and television production, and more.
Take a look at our video for a quick peek at the hands-on experiences Specs Howard has to offer.
With so many fantastic Halloween events and activities in Oakland County, it can be difficult to keep track. That’s why Oakland County’s award-winning GIS team has developed a custom map to bring you all of Halloween’s fun and fright in one easy-to-use package.
Take part in the magic, mystery, and spooky excitement this October by attending one of the many family-friendly Halloween events located in Oakland County! From hayrides and pumpkin patches, to trick-or-treating, there are many ways for residents of all ages enjoy the seasonal spirit. Be sure to check our full list to find events near you!
With five campuses throughout the county, over 100 degree and certificate programs, university transfer degrees in business, science, and the liberal arts, Oakland Community College (OCC) has extensive offerings for its students. OCC provides a quality, affordable higher education opportunity to the community and is committed to enhancing the quality of life, health, and safety in Oakland County through their Combined Regional Emergency Services Training (CREST) center.
For years, OCC has been known for offering a caring environment, excellent instructors, smaller classes, and educational options that meet the needs of the community. Extra-curricular activities are offered at all five campuses giving students additional opportunities for networking, career growth, building friendships, overall student success, and more. More than one million students have enrolled since it opened in 1965.
Take a look at our video to see why OCC might be the perfect place to achieve your education and career goals.