Saturday night in Baltimore, I attended a fundraiser for Project JumpStart,
Not all advice is created equal, and the advice Lexy got from her mother was definitely above average.
High on the list of resolutions I hope to keep in 2016, is my commitment to take The mikeroweWORKS Foundation to the next level. Naturally, I haven’t defined the meaning of “next level,” because I understand the importance managing expectations. However, I can assure you of this – I am going to make a concerted attempt to highlight the individuals who have received a mikeroweWORKS scholarship, and do a better job of sharing their progress with the free world. Of course, when I say “I,” I really mean Chuck, who is now tasked with turning the mikeroweWORKS Facebook page into Read More
“I was able to encourage one of my son’s friends in his quest to become a trained welder. “
What we have here is a picture of Mike Rowe climbing out of a 35-foot white stretch limo.
Mike is pumped for Jobs Day.
I like this guy. I don’t know him, but I like him. Mark Dunn teaches shop in Luther Oklahoma.
Hey Mike, I’m starting the Electrical Technician program at the local Technical Institute in a couple of weeks,
UPDATED: Favor – along with the check for $20,000, Cisco agreed contribute an additional dollar for everyone who tweets to @ciscolive #clus – up to an additional $20,000!
Mike Rowe has rejected a critic’s premise that he is engaging in right-wing propaganda by “harping on” the importance of a work ethic
The Washington Post: Mike Rowe, the host of “Dirty Jobs,” wishes the concept of work ethic wasn’t so partisan. Good luck with that.
Sunday, Rowe combined these two traits of his to respond to a letter he received from (fan?) Craig P.
Hey Mike, Your constant harping on “work ethic” is growing tiresome.
The state today at the Mackinac Policy Conference announced a partnership with Rowe and his foundation
Assistance for Students to Demonstrate their Skills Leesburg, Va. — SkillsUSA is pleased to announce that the mikeroweWORKS Foundation is increasing the number of scholarships for SkillsUSA member students to attend the National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, Kentucky, June 22-26. The total amount available for scholarships will increase from $50,000 in prior years to $75,000 because of the very generous recent donation by DEWALT. The contribution by DEWALT is in addition to the other support already committed to the 2015 SkillsUSA competition. DEWALT has been a dedicated supporter of SkillsUSA for over 15 years. This is the fifth Read More