As the number of building permits rise, skilled workers are needed for rehab programs.
Laura Herberg came to WDET as an intern in the production department in 2010 and stuck around until she was hired full-time six years later. In 2017, she was named the Michigan Associated Press Best Reporter for radio broadcasting. In 2012, Herberg was awarded a SoundCloud Fellowship for her project, Listen to Detroit. She is the creator of the podcast Complete Me and a “counselor” for the local listening group, Radio Campfire. Herberg learned the craft of radio storytelling at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, she received her B. A. in Psychology at Lewis & Clark College and she is currently working toward her Master of Urban Planning at Wayne State University.Follow @HerbergRadio
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Feb. 12, 2018 on CultureShift
The production “Undesirable Elements/Dearborn” seeks stories and performers.
Feb. 1, 2018
“I think we learned something from 2016. And the first thing is I learned we better hurry up and get it done in 2018.”
Jan. 31, 2018
The new surveillance is part of Detroit’s Project Green Light.
Jan. 10, 2018
“Teach out” agreements are required when school programs close before students can graduate.
Dec. 22, 2017
WDET went on a strolling interview with the organizer of the Woodbridge walks to learn more.