by Suzanne Skees | Oct 6, 2017 | Across the U.S.
Petrov was operating a radar system built as an early detection for incoming missiles. Located in a deep bunker outside of Moscow, Petrov noticed something on his radar just past midnight. A single missile was headed towards in the Soviet Union.
His screen lit up with the “launch” signal to fire in retaliation.
by Suzanne Skees | Dec 2, 2016 | Across the U.S.
Pictures from around the country have been streaming in, and each one fills me with joy because it means not only do you care that all people have access to dignified jobs, but it also means we are connecting you with Wantay, Kevin, Robin and 12 other narrators who will inspire you.
by Suzanne Skees | Oct 21, 2016 | Across the U.S., The MY JOB Community, The NarratorsOver the next months we’ll be exploring each of the MY JOB narrators, giving you a taste of what they reveal in their respective chapters. We’re starting in Cincinnati with Kevin Kluender, whom you met a few months back when we talked about his work on the...
by Suzanne Skees | May 10, 2016 | Across the U.S.
Melony Swasey’s story shows one way a first-generation American has made her way in a world very different from that of her parents.
by Suzanne Skees | Mar 4, 2016 | Across the U.S.
As the U.S. Presidential race approaches the nominating conventions, we take a look at each remaining candidate’s positions on the issues important to the American worker.
by Suzanne Skees | Dec 11, 2015 | Across the U.S., The MY JOB Community
Tyke Crowley achieved several lifetimes worth of dreams in his tragically short life. Yet, from scholar to policymaker, his greatest dream was to help others…