Listen to Mike and Tom Roten discuss the myth that everyone needs a college degree!
In the spirit of rewarding articles I’d like to encourage in the mainstream – may I direct your attention to this?
Mike wrote a guest article for Parade Magazine about the Foundation and mikeroweWORKS’s campaign designed to reinvigorate the skilled trades.
The time has come to announce another pile of free money,
Think of TV personality Mike Rowe, and a certain image inevitably comes to mind: a trim middle-aged man wearing a baseball cap, blue jeans, and a big grin
This morning Mike Joined Linh Bui and Marty Bass for the CBS morning edition to discuss Baltimore, JumpStart and more.
Mike Rowe is in his hometown this week to appear at a fundraiser for job training program JumpStart.
Mike was interviewed by the Truckload Authority magazine for their winter 2015-2016 edition. You can read the entire publication HERE.
Seems I’m on the cover of a magazine called The Detroiter.
Mike is pumped for Jobs Day.
In honor of Labor Day Parade talked with Mike about his unique take on what Labor Day means.
Mackinac Island Policy Conference fosters collaborative discussion on education
The state today at the Mackinac Policy Conference announced a partnership with Rowe and his foundation
How To Take Pride In A Shark Autopsy, And Other Lessons From Mike Rowe The former “Dirty Jobs” host has had his share of gross experiences in the workforce By Popular Science Staff This article was originally published in the February 2015 issue of Popular Science, as part of our Top 10 Worst Jobs In Science feature. As the longtime host of the show Dirty Jobs, Mike Rowe tried out hundreds of distasteful tasks. Now he’s got a new job himself: Each week on CNN’s Somebody’s Gotta Do It, he seeks out people passionate about weird work. Rowe, in other Read More
Mike opens up on pay, public office and the ‘skills gap’ “I’d love to see every hard worker paid handsomely, including teachers.” ~ Mike Rowe (CNN) — Between Mike Rowe’s television work and his philanthropic efforts with the Mike Rowe Works Foundation, Rowe holds true to one central passion: tipping his hat to those who work hard without much fanfare. In Rowe’s new CNN series, he takes us to meet all of these folks who are the “somebodys” that “gotta do it!” He also wants to re-introduce himself to you. With the help of this Q&A, Rowe lets us in Read More