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On this special edition of The Balancing Act, we’re focusing on issues affecting today’s youth—as seen and produced through the eyes of The Balancing Act’s production interns.

First up, we’re discussing the unexpected joys and obstacles of motherhood with MacKenzie Campbell and her son Beckham. The young mother, who became pregnant at 18, details her personal journey as a single parent.

Then, we’re taking a look at who’s best suited for vocational school. Learn why trade school serves as a great alternative to a traditional bachelor’s degree for some students.

Next, we’re learning how to make the perfect crêpe with chef Marc Lejeune! Whether for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, indulge in a crêpe stuffed with tons of fresh fruit and honey, ratatouille and crumbled blue cheese, or chocolate and brûléed bananas.

As we close off the show, meet the interns who organized this entire episode as they reflect back on their summer at The Balancing Act studio.

 

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