Mike was on the Mark In The Morning show on 100.3 The Sound this morning. Here’s a couple of fun clips. Enjoy… The Sound 100.3 FM
Mike Rowe is in his hometown this week to appear at a fundraiser for job training program JumpStart.
This just in: Baltimore native Mike Rowe, he of “Dirty Jobs” and “Somebody’s Gotta Do It” fame, is not a suspect in a Medford, Ore., bank robbery.
“Somebody’s Gotta Do It” and “Dirty Jobs” star Mike Rowe a bank robber?
by Deborah Hastings Inside Edition Bank robbery is a really dirty business, but Mike Rowe wants you to know that he most certainly did not pull that heist in Oregon. The television host bears more than a slight resemblance to a stick-up artist who knocked over the Chase bank in Medford on Monday afternoon. After police posted surveillance video of baseball-cap-wearing bandit, the Internet lit up with posters noting the wanted guy looked an awful lot like the well-known former host of the Discovery Channel’s “Dirty Jobs” series. (Inside Edition)
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Provides Additional Support for SkillsUSA Scholarships in 2015
Hear from Karen Walker and Mike Rowe after the keynote
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
Mike Rowe is on a one-man mission to bring national attention to the importance of skilled trades training across the country.
Mike wants to help let know people know there is a lot more to Baltimore than crime, drama and unrest.
Gary Hoffmann interviewed Mike and asked if he would give his son Calvin some career advice.