Nick Kostos & Ken Barkley kick of this Phenomenal Football Friday laying out the rest of today's jam-packed show, plus Ken telling the story of appearing at his son's Career Day, and recapping last night's Steelers/Browns game. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
IN WHICH OUR HEROES come face-to-face with their quarry…in a quarry (sort of). Pimlan operates heavy machinery. Palfrey doubles down on chivalry. Sukha takes out a momma's boy. Magnuss makes a bold move. Jebeddo gets heavy. Himo misses a lot. Editing, sound design and original music by Luke Brevoort: splendorsound.com
Dave and Bob come on after the Mariners win over the Angels and talk about how key Logan Gilbert's performance was in a game where the Mariners absolutely needed a win. The guys also break down who needs to step up over the next few games while a number of key guys remain out of the lineup due to injuries.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Minnesota Vikings absolutely crumpled the Green Bay Packers to the tune of 23-7. Among the highlights, a fantastic Kirk Cousins day, a career best for Justin Jefferson, and a dominant performance up front on both sides of the ball. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONNFL Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! BriteCo The guys at BriteCo Jewelry Insurance made buying insurance for your engagement ring, your watch, or whatever so easy you can get covered in 2 minutes on your cell phone. You won't find a better deal on coverage that's so affordable. Go to https://brite.co/lockedon PrizePicks First time users can receive a 100% instant deposit match up to $100 with promo code LOCKEDON. That's PrizePicks.com – promo code; LOCKEDON Turo Ditch boring rental cars and find your drive at Turo.com Athletic Greens To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NFLNETWORK. WANT MORE DAILY MINNESOTA VIKINGS CONTENT? Join me on Patreon! https://patreon.com/lukebraunnfl Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
On today's show, Matt chats with the lead singer of the band Career Day, and co host of the podcast Through The Island, Desmond Zantua! Career Day is a Queens-based pop-punk band composed of Desmond on vocals, Andrew Grossane on bass, and Jacob Cutler on guitar / back up vocals. Together, Matt and Desmond chat about the brand new record, "Where We've Always Been," the band's writing process, as well as the themes and sound of the record. They also chat about Desmond's influences, activism, advocacy, vocal training, and engaging with the creative spirit. Next Episode: Schäffer The Darklord
Ryan and Damien welcome back activist and voice of a generation Desmond Zantua to discuss the release of his band Career Day's first LP, "Where We've Always Been", creating something meaningful in a world devoid of meaning, kicking pop punk in the ass, and much more before discussing the upcoming All Out and Clash at the Castle! Listen to Career Days new album "Where We've Always Been" wherever you listen to music or on Bandcamp at https://careerdayny.bandcamp.com/album/where-weve-always-been For more information regarding Desmond's activist work and groups to support, consider following the below: New York Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines- @nychrp International Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines-US- @ichrp_us Anakbayan USA- @anakbayanusa Bahaghari PH- @bahaghari_phils Migrante USA- @migranteusa Make the Road New York- @maketheroadny New York City-DSA Antiwar- @nycdsaantiwar Democratic Socialists of America- @demsocialists DSA International Committee- @dsainternationalcommittee NY Caring Majority- @nycaringmajority
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“It's actually right in our mission statement that 'we celebrate the music of yesterday and today to inspire the music of tomorrow.' Through our education programs, we really focus on the next generation of music's creators and leaders. We do that through really specific curricula that is designed to educate particularly young people, K-12, about the business of music, especially for those who want to go into the industry.Music education is the core of our mission. So that's why we don't just focus on education in Los Angeles, although that's a big piece to what we do. Music is everywhere, so we feel to the extent possible that we need to scale our education programs to as many cities as possible.So what do we do? We have our signature school programming, which provides needed grants to public schools for music education, particularly purchasing instruments or anything else they may need for the learning experience. We have our Summer Session, which we just actually did in New York for the first time a couple of weeks ago as our Songwriting Camp. We have Career Day. There are musicians in cities all over the country. So how do we use our relationships to connect professionals with students and schools throughout the country? The most exciting part is the ability to take our education programming and bring it to towns that aren't epicenters of music… we bring our brand, resources, connections, and relationships to cities that have just as robust of a music scene or students that want to be a part of the industry.”The GRAMMY Museum believes that music is a gateway to learning. Their mission is to explore and celebrate the enduring legacies of the creative process behind all forms of music through immersive and interactive exhibits and essential music education programs. Michael Sticka serves as President/CEO. He's responsible for the creation of the Museum's growth and sustainability as an independent nonprofit arts organization, overseeing the Museum Foundation™'s national programming, including GRAMMY In The Schools®, grants for music research and preservation and national affiliates. Their many projects include the multimillion-dollar renovation of the Museum in downtown Los Angeles, building the only gallery dedicated to Latin music in California; GRAMMY Museum at Home, a collection of virtual exhibits, artist programs and educational content available free to educators and music lovers worldwide; and their official streaming service COLLECTION:live™. An advocate for accessibility, the GRAMMY Museum became the only museum named as a Certified Autism Center™ in California.Grammymuseum.orgIG, FB, TW: @grammymuseumwww.creativeprocess.infowww.oneplanetpodcast.org
The GRAMMY Museum believes that music is a gateway to learning. Their mission is to explore and celebrate the enduring legacies of the creative process behind all forms of music through immersive and interactive exhibits and essential music education programs. Michael Sticka serves as President/CEO. He's responsible for the creation of the Museum's growth and sustainability as an independent nonprofit arts organization, overseeing the Museum Foundation™'s national programming, including GRAMMY In The Schools®, grants for music research and preservation and national affiliates. Their many projects include the multimillion-dollar renovation of the Museum in downtown Los Angeles, building the only gallery dedicated to Latin music in California; GRAMMY Museum at Home, a collection of virtual exhibits, artist programs and educational content available free to educators and music lovers worldwide; and their official streaming service COLLECTION:live™. An advocate for accessibility, the GRAMMY Museum became the only museum named as a Certified Autism Center™ in California. “It's actually right in our mission statement that 'we celebrate the music of yesterday and today to inspire the music of tomorrow.' Through our education programs, we really focus on the next generation of music's creators and leaders. We do that through really specific curricula that is designed to educate particularly young people, K-12, about the business of music, especially for those who want to go into the industry.Music education is the core of our mission. So that's why we don't just focus on education in Los Angeles, although that's a big piece to what we do. Music is everywhere, so we feel to the extent possible that we need to scale our education programs to as many cities as possible.So what do we do? We have our signature school programming, which provides needed grants to public schools for music education, particularly purchasing instruments or anything else they may need for the learning experience. We have our Summer Session, which we just actually did in New York for the first time a couple of weeks ago as our Songwriting Camp. We have Career Day. There are musicians in cities all over the country. So how do we use our relationships to connect professionals with students and schools throughout the country? The most exciting part is the ability to take our education programming and bring it to towns that aren't epicenters of music… we bring our brand, resources, connections, and relationships to cities that have just as robust of a music scene or students that want to be a part of the industry.”Grammymuseum.orgIG, FB, TW: @grammymuseumwww.creativeprocess.infowww.oneplanetpodcast.org
A Jubal Phone Prank is when our listeners set-up a friend or family member to wake up with The Jubal Show, phone prank style. Jessica is setting up her bestfriend Valerie, who does body waxing and has two kids in elementary school! Jubal Fresh asks if she will come speak on career day!Leave a rating and review wherever you listen. It will help the show out in a big way. If that's not your thing, you can find us on social media here:https://instagram.com/thejubalshowhttps://twitter.com/thejubalshowhttps://www.tiktok.com/@thejubalshow
Post game, LIVE. Marlins win it and split the series. Billy Hamilton - right decision? Injuries piling up - how do the Marlins handle it this weekend for the Phillies series? Catcher - who is the starter? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Meet Travis King, a respected well known Sales Professional and Consultant in the B2B Early-Staged SaaS Space. Travis is currently the Co-Founder and Chief Community Officer at Launch Point Labs, a startup studio and early-stage venture capital fund that helps entrepreneurs with the tools they need to launch, grow, and scale their next big idea. Co-Founder of Career Day, a firm dedicated to helping students and professionals narrow down their career path of choice, and producer at Syndicate Sounds, a New York & Los Angeles-based production company helping businesses break through the noise and grow through the art and use of music. Travis started off his career on the rough side, although he made quite a few career transitions in his life it was a blessing in disguise. Through all the trials and errors, he realized there's a huge gap for those who are trying to find the right company they can call "home". Home is where you have true alignment. Home is where you can be yourself. Home is where you can feel safe. This is how you build a strong company and increase retention. Come join us as TKing shares insights and actionable insights on how to properly navigate your career path in terms of frontline execution. Key Takeaways: How to Narrow Down your next Career Path How to Position Yourself for the Role How to Land the Role Life and Business Philosophy Momma King's Life Philosophy Connect with TKing: www.linkedin.com/in/travisandreking --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jtlieu/support
Martin returns to his elementary school to participate in Career Day where he discovers his favorite 3rd grade teacher, Ms. Trinidad, is still teaching there. Afterwards, he takes her out to eat & they return to his apartment. As she tries to make out with him, Gina walks in. Who will she believe? Did you catch that slip up the first time? Let's discuss...NEW EPISODES EVERY THURSDAYFollow The Podcast on Instagram: @SeasondPodcastWanna write to us? SeasondPod@gmail.comRecorded at VeyeB Records Studio | Produced by Lysious Ogolo
Four time Atlantic-10 All Academic, All Conference performer and 02' Hall of Fame Inductee, Devin M. Butler shares her journey of transitioning from sport (gymnastics) to career (CEO of Joy Pop- Cultivator & Earring Connoisseur). Her story reveals the importance of GOD in her life, work life balance, and being a mom. Join is us for a relatable story on how all of these things have played a part in her effectively transitioning from sport to entrepreneurship. Website: Joy Pop
Oak Crest Elementary School fourth-graders show their appreciation of East Central ISD's and San Antonio's police departments when meeting officers at the school's annual Career Day event. Students got to role-play, ask questions, and learn about respect and community service.Article Link
Ernest goes and attends career day at his youngest daughters school. Thank You to the staff of Tacony School. This week the Sibling Ties crew talk about how kids deal with depression, and how as parents we can stay connected and in line with our kids. The Sibling Ties crew is now going towards interviewing people that deal with depression or people that work to help people that deal with depression contact us for info if interested. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ernest-holmon/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ernest-holmon/support
Holden Kushner breaks down the Avalanche taking game one over the Blues in overtime. He takes a look at Mavs/Warriors, which begins tonight. Rockies and Giants play today. Also, Ian St. Clair joins the pod, which includes Holden being invited for Career Day! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Jubal Phone Prank is when our listeners set-up a friend or family member to wake up with The Jubal Show, phone prank style. Jessica wants to prank her bestfriend Valerie who's a body waxer so Pete Eakins aka Jubal Fresh calls her to inquire a body waxing presentation for career day! Leave a rating and review wherever you listen. It will help the show out in a big way. If that's not your thing, you can find us on social media here:https://instagram.com/thejubalshowhttps://twitter.com/thejubalshowhttps://www.tiktok.com/@thejubalshow
The crew is joined by founder of Larnell Vickers Enterprises and expert career coach Larnell Vickers to discuss the complexities of “The Great Resignation.” While the uncertain times post-pandemic have left a lot of us feeling out of balance, and asking “what's next” for our careers, Larnell offers some expert advice on leading with your purpose and mission, both jobseekers and companies alike, and creating the space in our lives to lead and be led.Be sure to check out Career Day for the Soul and Larnell Vickers Enterprises.
Our Annual Career Day is Back! In episode 98, Ally Cedeno shares about the upcoming Virtual Career Day taking place on May 6th, 2022. For the past 5 years, The Women Offshore Foundation has united women from around the globe to support one another in navigating careers on the water. This year is no different. […] The post Virtual Career Day 2022, Episode 98 appeared first on Women Offshore. Related posts: An Unconventional Move to IBM, Episode 65 Maritime Career Day, Episode 51 A Career Resource: 10ure App, Episode 66 #breakthebias with Women Offshore on March 10th, Episode 90 Happy New Year, Episode 32
Panelists Include: Mike Degg - Animation Director Mike Degg is the CGI Animation Director at Marks Detroit, formerly Armstrong White Inc. He has 16 Years Experience in the CGI industry. Mike graduated from College of Creative Studies in Detroit with a BA of fine arts, with a focus in animation. He has been in several film festivals and won various awards for his animation projects. Mike loves the challenge of exploring and creating animations with a unique twist and style. John Gruener - NASA Scientist John Gruener is a Space Scientist at the NASA Johnson Space Center. He is the project scientist for a robotic mission going to the moon in 2023, and also works on developing simulated Moon soil for use in testing NASA technologies, and planning future human missions to the Moon. Leah Hetzel - Pilot Airline Pilot at Delta Air Lines. Elena Victoria - Clothing Designer Elena Victoria is a young fashion designer from Chicago who is using her love for fashion and design to positively impact the lives of so many. Since 2010, Elena has hosted seasonal camps for students of all ages who share the same passion for sewing and fashion design. After completing her bachelor's degree in Fashion Design & Technology at Purdue University, Elena worked as a designer for Abercrombie Kids. From there, she left the company to chase after her dream of designing for her private label and teaching youth how to sew. Five years later, students all over the Metro Detroit and Chicago area are participating in her fun-filled sewing and design classes, leaving with a new sense of accomplishment and joy. The private label, Elena Victoria, is a specialty custom dress business that helps women of any age look good and feel great in a gown specifically made for them. Leslie — Truck Driver Leslie loves to drive so getting paid to drive a truck for a job has been the perfect fit for her. Driving for eight years now, Leslie has been all over the country and met so many different people on her travels. Marquice Williams - NFL Coach Marquice Williams is an American football coach who is the special teams coordinator for the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League (NFL). He previously served as an assistant coach for the Detroit Lions, Houston Texans and Chicago Bears.
Tiffany is a lawyer, a wife and a mother of two small children. She is also the premier author and owner of Sugar Cookie Books publishing imprint. Bearing her son's name, she created Andrew's Career Day book series to inspire young boys and girls, particularly children of color, to aspire to be anything they want to be! Strongly believing that if they can see it, they can be it, all of the career books feature diverse professionals and small black history lessons. Tiffany's tagline: Helping kids discover their future, one book at a time!https://www.amazon.com/~/e/B08GMB1M3Ghttps://www.sugarcookiebooks.com/http://instagram.com/sugarcookiebookshttp://facebook.com/sugarcookiebooksSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Momswhocreate)
“Career Day” again exposes the kids of PS 118 to the working class of Hillwood, but The Jolly Olly Man isn't so jolly to be working for his profiteering dad. While the other kids fight fires, jiu jitsu criminals, and demolish buildings, Arnold helps the Jolly Olly Man smooth over some rough edges to make the best of a job he doesn't love so he can get back at his dad. Yeah, it's got some muddled messaging – and we talk all about it! “Hey Harold!” cooks up an unlikely romance between Harold and Big Patty that mirrors Helga's obsession with Arnold in a few fun ways. More importantly, it's an episode that makes the case for Big Patty as one of the series's best characters. Wanna see more Hey Arnold! stuff? How about some fun, goofy posts? Follow us on https://twitter.com/stoopkidzpod and www.instagram.com/stoopkidzpod/ between episodes for more fun stuff from the Kidz! While you're at it, rate us on Apple or Spotify and leave us a review if you love the show – not only does it help us grow, we read every single one! All Stoop Kidz show art is created by our own Emily Csuy (https://www.instagram.com/emilycsuy/). Intro music: “Hey Arnold! Theme” by Jim Lang. Intermission music: “Groove Remote” by Jim Lang. Outro music: “Stompin'” by Jim Lang.
Tiffany Obeng is an attorney, wife, and mother. The latter accomplishment is what inspired the current book series, Andrew's "Career Day" Series. The book series explores various careers and makes career-day ANY day and EVERY day. Every book's lasting message is: You are never too young to aspire to be anything you want to be! Andrew loves to read and he loves asking questions. He also enjoys these books and Tiffany (and Andrew) knows you and your little one will enjoy them, too!Tiffany is a native of Houston and currently resides in Houston with her husband (both Sam Houston State University alum), son, and daughter.Check out Tiffany's full line of books that make non-fiction magical. https://amzn.to/3JvrGqbThis episode was originally recorded via video on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quinnpc619/videos/243131700609855Free gift
Welcome to Career Day! Jami and Lo are breaking down the differences between a wedding coordinator (1:45), wedding planner (37:20), and venue coordinator (43:41). They'll also discuss how they deal with avoiding overcommitting (35:15) and staying upbeat and positive all day (19:05), plus they threw in a few embarrassing stories for good measure (45:55). Let's go!IG- @theweddingbesties
Our inspiring guest today is a mom and author Tiffany Obeng. Tiffany is on a mission to educate and inspire Black children to aspire to be anything they want to become! We believe Black youth are capable of accomplishing their dreams. She writes career books for kids to introduce children to various professions, especially stealth professors. This episode is brought to you by sickle cell books. I'm Elle the producer of the cleverly changing podcast, but I'm also parenting a child with sickle cell disease and I've published 3 books about sickle cell. A sickle cell coloring book for kids, The Ultimate Sickle Cell Activity Book, and ABCs for sickle cell disease. If you want to learn more about the most genetic disorder in the world, then head over to https://sicklecellbooks.com and purchase a book today.Something to Explore: The Kuba people refer to themselves as Bakuba. They are one of the oldest enthic groups on in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Kuba is well-known for their advanced ritualistic sculptures and masks is composed. The Kuba people speak Bushong.African Proverb Women are part of the origin of life's big mystery on earth; they know the secret of a good life. – Kuba ProverbWord of the Episode"idajọ" is the word for justice in Yoruba.We've Got Merch! Support the PodcastThere are hoodies, t-shirts, sweatshirts, pillows, and more. Place your order at CleverlyChanging.Threadless.com.Let's Connect!Want to be a guest on an upcoming show? Just fill out this form, and we will send you an interview link when your request is approved.We're bringing back Cleverly Cultured Kids! To have your kids featured on Cleverly Cultured Kids, complete this Interview form for kids, and we will send you an interview link when your request is approved.You can call us directly now. Please leave us a voicemail and let us know how you are enjoying the show or share your questions.Grown Folks Section: Meet Tiffany ObengTiffany is a lawyer, a wife and a mother of two small children. She is also the premier author and owner of Sugar Cookie Books publishing imprint. Bearing her son's name, she created Andrew's Career Day book series to inspire young boys and girls, particularly children of color, to aspire to be anything they want to be! Strongly believing that if they can see it, they can be it, all of the career books feature diverse professionals and small black history lessons. Tiffany's tagline: Helping kids discover their future, one book at a time!You can purchase Tiffany's books at sugarcookiebooks.com or on Amazon. You can also connect with her on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest.She tells us that "By the end of each book, the child will know more about the featured career, a little Black history and be inspired to possibly pursue that career path. These books are especially important for homeschooled children because it allows career day to be any day or every day!"Please Share This PodcastGet chatty and tell your friends about our podcast. While we love having a conversation with each other, the podcast will only exist if more people are listening. If you know someone with children or an educator, tell them where to find us. Our tips and tricks are beneficial to educators, parents who homeschool, and those interested in supplementing their children's education.Furthermore, wherever you listen to this podcast, please leave us a review. Reviews do a lot to encourage others to check us out and increase our visibility on those platforms.Lastly, if you want to hear more about homeschooling and how we have managed to make it work for our families, please check out our past episodes.ADDITIONAL DIRECTORIES:Luminosity | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | TuneIn | Apple★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Here's what I'm going to tell students about careers and what it is like in the “Real World” after school. Listen up! Show Notes: [10:53]#1 Students, you have to understand that your teachers, professors and school administrators work for you. [13:33]#2 Most of what you learn at school won't be applicable in real life. [19:36]#3 Shit flows downhill. [22:44]#4 Learn How to Sell. [24:34]Recap Episodes Mentioned: 1088: What I've Learned About The "Real World" As Compared To What I Was Told http://dreallday.com/1088- 1722: Q&A With High School Entrepreneurship Students [1/6] http://dreallday.com/1722- 1723: Q&A With High School Entrepreneurship Students [2/6] http://dreallday.com/1723- 1724: Q&A With High School Entrepreneurship Students [3/6] http://dreallday.com/1724- 1725: Q&A With High School Entrepreneurship Students [4/6] http://dreallday.com/1725- 1726: Q&A With High School Entrepreneurship Students [5/6] http://dreallday.com/1726- 1727: Q&A With High School Entrepreneurship Students [6/6] http://dreallday.com/1727- 2020: Why People "Go Along To Get Along" http://dreallday.com/2020- --- Next Steps: #DailyMotivation Text: Text Dre at 1.305.384.6894 (or go to http://DreAllDay.com/Text) CashApp: $DreBaldwin Cash.app/$DreBaldwin Get The Free Books: The Third Day: http://ThirdDayBook.com The Mirror Of Motivation: http://MirrorOfMotivation.com The Overseas Basketball Blueprint: http://BallOverseas.com Basketball: How To Play As Well As You Practice: http://HoopHandbook.com/Free Get Your FREE Issue Of The Monthly “Bulletproof Bulletin”: http://www.BulletproofBulletin.com Work On Your Game LIVE: http://WorkOnYourGame.LIVE Bulletproof Mastermind & 1x1 Coaching: http://WorkOnYourGameUniversity.com FULL Work On Your Game Podcast archive at: http://WorkOnYourGamePodcast.com Be sure to Subscribe to have each new episode sent directly to you daily! If you're enjoying Work On Your Game, please Review the show and let us know! Dre on social media: Instagram [http://instagram.com/DreBaldwin] Twitter [http://Twitter.com/DreAllDay] YouTube [http://youtube.com/dreupt]
It’s a Flashback Friday and Tom & Kerena are going back to school – The Sun Tech School for a Career Day ! First Good News for Norry Christian School’s Girl’s Basketball Team- STATE CHAMPS ! Movie Mike excited about this weekend’s 94th Academy Awards. Kerena has got another round of March Sadness as we […]
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This week we are joined by career pro and viral TikTok sensation, Amanda Sawicki on the pod! Listen in as she dishes on all the best interview practices, negotiating, resumes, and more. If you would like to follow or connect with Amanda, you can find her on Instagram at @sawickia2.Be sure to follow us on Instagram and TikTok at @onehundredpercentpodcast and Twitter at @OHPpodcast!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/onehundredpercentpodcast)
It's the penultimate episode of season 2 of The Lost Years: A Retrospective Fancast! Shawn's dad crashes career day and afterward drops a bombshell that Shawn's mom ran off with their house in tow. Rather than spend an evening alone in a motel, Shawn turns to Mr. Turner for help. We're back to talk about the twenty-second episode of "Boy Meets World" season 2, including bits of nostalgia, a scene-by-scene recap, and a wholesome lesson to top it all off. Instagram: @thelostyearspod Twitter: @TheLostYearsPod Be sure to share your nostalgia with us on our social media pages. Your answers might get on the show! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to Episode 44 of The Darlington Podcast! In this special Career Day episode, listen to https://www.darlingtonschool.org/Today/Details/5820910 (Rachel (Gross) Langley ('89, LD '13)), vice president of meetings and events at Visa, give her Career Day keynote address on Feb. 4. In it, she shares her five strategies for success while weaving in stories from her time at Darlington and beyond. In her role at Visa, Langley is responsible for the strategic direction of 75+ annual internal and external events to grow Visa's brand and client relationships. She leads the content development for C-level meetings and events to reinforce the company's vision and strategy. Serving as the executive producer of Visa Payments Forum, the payment industry's largest client symposium, Langley spearheads a team of all-stars to deliver a multi-day program of inspiration, innovation, and knowledge sharing. Using her expertise in storytelling, she creates memorable experiences and impactful engagements at Visa's sponsorships with FIFA, Olympics and the NFL. Langley is a graduate of Stephens College with a B.F.A in Theatre. While at Stephens, she gained experience in both theater and communications. Prior to her work at Visa, she had her own event consulting business in New York City and also held positions at well-known companies like Univision, AOL and L'Oreal, to name a few. https://www.darlingtonschool.org/Today/Details/5837500 (Click here for complete show notes >>)
Today is Career Day. Whether it's time for you to take your career to the next level or it is time for a change in careers. MileHighBG believed it is time for change in his life and Randy Flexxx reflects on maintaining and staying balanced within work life. Welcome to Hi Octane Radio.
Meet The Goal Guru, Meg Wagner! After Meg's 2nd grade Career Day ignited her passion to become book editor when she grew up, Meg spent her professional journey wanting to work in books,eventually landing her “dream job” at Penguin Random House. After shifting her focus and working in digital production at HBO, Meg's journey, skills, and tools she has shared with others have all culminated in her latest role (which she has been deep down all along) - The Goal Guru! Today, Meg is a leadership coach and team vision builder who helps teams, individuals, and leaders break down their goals into actionable steps so they can make progress on things that are important to them. In this episode, Meg shares about expectations vs. reality when it comes to your dream job, teaches us how we can all become collaborators in our own job descriptions, and talk about how (and if!) we can really separate our careers from our identities. Please enjoy Meg Wagner, the Goal Guru! Website: https://www.meaghanwagner.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_goal_guru/
Amazon Vice President of Workforce Development, Ardine Williams, discusses the state of the labor market and the impact of Amazon's upcoming Career Day. She weighs in on recruiting over 40K corporate and technology jobs during the event. The company hired over 400K new employees in the U.S. in 2020 and over 500K globally.
Humans Doing Business is like Career Day, but with super interesting business owners who have amazing stories! Each episode we will sit down with real people in small business sharing their wins, their losses, their reasons why they started and some advice for YOU! Small business is the backbone of America, but how can we learn from interviews with Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos when we're just a small, local business in Everytown, USA? Instead of trying to figure out how to adapt the advice from these moguls and the "thought leaders" filling our Audible libraries, how about we study entrepreneurs like us? The veteran small business owners from Everytown, USA are just a few successful years ahead of us, but still have the battle scars and are willing to help other small business owners in their journey.Click subscribe to hear more, and join our Humans Doing Business Facebook Group to network with other small business entrepreneurs!
In this episode of ShiftED, we're sitting down with Mark Melson, the President & CEO of the Gladney Center for Adoption. Mark is the first guest on a new ShiftED segment called, “Career Day!” where we sit down with different people and ask them all about their job, how they got to their job and the education path that took them to their job. Mark talks with us about what it's like to work in the field of adoption and lead a non-profit organization as its President & CEO. This episode of ShiftED is a special one because it marks the first part of a 2-part Melson Marathon that we're hosting on the podcast. Mark brought his family along and we have a couple more interviews with Mark and his wife, Jennifer, and then their two daughters, Lilly & Maddie — high school students who have gone through AdoptED's Virtual Classroom as students! Catch these last two segments in the next episode of ShiftED.Link to Part 2Join us on this new, auditory journey with ShiftED's hosts, Kerry & Amy, as we seek to educate and equip students and teachers with relevant information about adoption, child welfare, and culturally-relevant stories. We'll also have some fun along the way. ------------------ If you're pregnant and unsure of what to do, Gladney can help. Reach out to us by phone, text, chat or email to understand your options. A dedicated Gladney staff member is standing by with answers. https://gladneyadoption.com/ShiftED, presented by AdoptED, is produced and recorded by the Gladney Center for Adoption, a premier non-profit adoption agency located in Fort Worth, Texas. You can find out more about Gladney's mission and services at www.gladney.orgAdoptED is a program developed by Gladney that seeks to educate and empower students and teachers with knowledge about adoption and the choices a woman might face in an unplanned pregnancy. You can find out more about AdoptED and our new online, virtual classroom at www.adoption-education.com------------------
In this episode of ShiftED, we're continuing our 2-part Melson Marathon with Mark & Jennifer and their two daughters, Lilly & Maddie. First up, Mark, who we talked with in the last episode of ShiftED, joins his wife, Jennifer, for a conversation on why adoption is so special to their family. We get to hear their touching story of adopting through the Gladney New Beginnings program that facilitates matched adoptions through the Texas foster care system. They have some amazing insights to share.After that, we have a conversation with the Melson girls — Lilly & Maddie — about their experience in public education as high school students during the 2020-2021 school year. They also discussed their experiences and gave us some feedback on AdoptED's virtual classroom. They are wonderful public speakers — you'll see in their interview.If you missed the first part of this Melson Marathon, go back in the feed one episode to listen to our Career Day interview with Mark Melson about what it's like to run a non-profit organization as the President & CEO of the Gladney Center for Adoption. It's a good one!Link to Part 1Join us on this new, auditory journey with ShiftED's hosts, Kerry & Amy, as we seek to educate and equip students and teachers with relevant information about adoption, child welfare, and culturally-relevant stories. We'll also have some fun along the way. ------------------
Welcome to Episode 8 of The Darlington Podcast! In this episode, Carson Raymond, director of major gifts, catches up with Mike Jones ('04, LD '16), a creative executive recruiter for Netflix Original Films. Since his days at Darlington, Mike Jones ('04, LD '16) has worked for some of the world's largest corporations, sharing his talents with teams at Verizon, ADP, AT&T, Facebook, and Google. Presently, he works as a creative executive recruiter for Netflix. Mike, an Atlanta, Georgia native, was a four-year boarding student at Darlington. Post-Darlington, he graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville with a B.S. in Marketing & Supply Chain Management. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California. Mike is an active volunteer with the Good City Mentors Program and has been a consistent volunteer for Darlington's biennial Career Day. https://www.darlingtonschool.org/Today/Details/5546298 (Click here) for show notes.
We were unprepared for the length of the pandemic and it has led to decision fatigue and burnout for some. As a result of the changes that have taken place over the past year, the current situations people are finding themselves in career-wise may not be what they initially signed up for. Larnell and Lisane discuss how to take the next step forward in the current climate of partial reopenings. They also discuss how to recognize burnout and some steps we can take to fill ourselves back up. Larnell uses the same principles in his own life that he teaches others in his coaching practice and shares his story of leaving a full-time career to build his own company. It's so important to believe that what you want is achievable AND to build a community around yourself who will support you in that belief. You are not alone and you don't have to accomplish all of your goals and dreams alone. Join Larnell for Career Day for the Soul: Leaders Navigating Career Transition with Purpose May 26 from 6-8 PM ET/3-5 PM PT In a virtual safe space, we'll come together to meet and learn from industry professionals across a variety of fields who are actively recruiting. Participants will gain insight from Career Day for The Soul featured talent and garner the tools to look at career opportunities from a new vantage point. Find more info and register at: https://www.careerdayforthesoul.com/?trk=organization-update_share-update_update-text
Join us on May 21st for a virtual career fair! The Women Offshore Foundation will host a virtual career day, Friday, May 21st, 2021. Attend panel discussions and exhibitor booths. Network with companies, hear from recruiting experts and learn about what it takes to stand out in the job application process for success. In the […] The post Maritime Career Day, Episode 51 appeared first on Women Offshore. Related posts: Fiji Women in Maritime Association, Episode 43 Happy New Year, Episode 32 Navigating Uncertainty, Episode 22 From Captain to Pilot, Episode 13 She Went Back to Sea, Episode 6