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Heh: Former Michigan Gov. Granholm to Teach Job Creation at UC Berkeley

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By Doug Powers  •  January 24, 2011 04:25 PM

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Former Michigan Governor Granholm initially planned on getting a job teaching job creation in the state she ran for eight years, but I think the guy who would have hired her lost his job a couple of years ago.

From Politico:

Now that she’s left office, former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm plans to write a book, teach at Berkeley and stay in the public eye as a speaker and commentator.

The 51-year-old two-term Democrat told POLITICO in an interview that her new work will revolve around the interrelated themes she emphasized as governor: creating jobs, reviving American manufacturing and expanding the clean energy economy [cue the laugh track – DP].

I figured eventually even Granholm would be “blown away” from Michigan along with everybody else, and she was.

From the UC Berkeley press release:

She also is scheduled to speak in the campus’s Chevron Auditorium on March 2 at 6 p.m. on “Cracking the Code: Creating Jobs in America (in the wake of globalization).” [cue the laugh track – DP]

For those attending Granholm’s “Creating Jobs in America” speech at Berkeley, the event will be held in the auditorium before Sheriff Dupnik’s “Judicious Law Enforcement” class and immediately following Charlie Sheen’s monogamy seminar.

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