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JSRI is working with community authors to develop their unique voices as writers to tell stories about Latinos in the U.S.
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Employment opportunities, particularly in the education and public service fields, are posted free. The descriptions and information are provided by the employing agency and all questions or concerns should be addressed to them. Contact information, application procedures, and submission deadlines are provided as a courtesy.
Local events throughout Michigan's lower peninsula are posted here. Not all activites are free and open to the public. Directions to the event and other pertinent information are provided.
Fellowship and scholarship opportunities are posted as they are received. Annual opportunities are described as such; others are one-time opportunities. The descriptions and information are provided by the funding agency or education institute; all questions or concerns should be addressed to them. Contact information, application procedures, and submission deadlines are provided as a courtesy.
This popular online news source provides current leads to recent stories that pertain or relate to the Latino audience at large. A sincere effort is made to provide news, not opinions, from reliable news outlets. The headline, author, web link, and the first four paragraphs of each story are provided as source information. Following the link takes readers to the originating news source. Use of this information should be attributable to the originating source; references should be included in educational publications. Other copyright regulations may apply.
Companies, agencies, and institutions are highlighted in this section. The unit itself provides the information. Most have some relevance, as supporters, employers, or public service providers, to the Latino audience we serve.