The Craig Fahle Show

WSU Receives Contract To Help Foster Kids In College

Tuesday October 16, 2012

The Wayne State University School of Social Work has received a three-year, $340,197 contract from the Michigan Department of Human Services(DHS) to provide youth transitioning out of foster care with the educational, material and social resources they need to thrive as WSU students. Craig speaks with Dr. Angelique Day, Assistant Professor in the WSU School of Social Work, and Ronald Williford, WSU Student and part of the Wayne County foster system, about what this contract will do for foster kids looking to attend WSU.

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