On the latest episode of The Tony Steuer Podcast, I spoke with Harsimran Chohan, High School Senior about bringing financial literacy to your community. Harsimran Chohan is a TEDx presenter, holds leadership positions on the Model UN Team, SHP Connections Committee, Global Researching & Consultation (GRC) Program and is a Senior at Sacred Heart Preparatory. In this episode we discussed:- How financial education is a life skill- Personal Finance is for every age: why high school students are taking interest in their finances- The necessity to incorporate financial literacy into the education system
Izabella Vasquez, a senior at San Joaquin Memorial High School in Fresno, recently joined her state senator, Melissa Hurtado, for a day at the Capitol! Izabella talks about her ambitions as a future leader, how young people in the valley are coping with economic, environmental and social challenges, and the work she does to support her peers and their farmworking families. Click here for a closed-captioned version of this podcast!
Perfect Timing Podcast Episode 38: North Carolina A&T's Jasmine Amaniampong Talks College For High School Seniors Host: Sydnie Chandler Monet' - Podcast Host | Speaker | Community Activist Guest: Jasmine Amaniampong - Undergraduate at North Carolina A&T University Discussion Topics: *The Importance of ACT & SAT Scores *Jasmine's Experience In Applying For Schools *The importance of your personality and extra extracurricular *What is the most important year in high school? *Admission and Scholarship Interview Tips *Tips for writing your essay *Important items you should bring to college *Best websites and resources for scholarships Produced by Elite Conversations Podcast Media
We all know the pandemic has been hard on our students. In this special podcast interview Pastor Amanda sits down with two PRPC Students, Kelly Carroll and Molly Shanahan, to get their perspectives on how Covid changed high school, mental health, and the college application process. If you work with teenagers or have them living in your house you will not want to miss this episode! In this episode, we do discuss mental health. If you or someone you love is
School is officially back for most seniors, and it's time to focus on the application process in earnest. We have timelines for both the admissions and the college finance process, including what needs to get done and when. For those students with access to Naviance, we have suggestions for how to use that through the application process.
Mike Ridinger AKA "Dinger" describes himself as a jack of all trades, but this does not do him justice. Mike is a true artist through and through, he's also been an incredible, kind mentor to so many photographers over the years. An evening with him is always a great time. Listen in as he tells us about how he stays inspired as well as sharing some good stories.Support the show (https://www.thegroupp.com/)
Vince Vaughn plays a high school senior and maniac murder in this thriller/comedy we all enjoyed. Check it out on HBO Max. We all enjoyed it and say stream it if you feel like watching something fun. Want to support the show, hit any of the links down below and support us that way. You can also share this to your stories, pages, feeds, whatever it may be and tag us. Oh and tell us what you think we should watch, or what our opinions are on a particular show. Here's our links: Patreon Linktree Buy Me A Popcorn --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/are-you-still-watching/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/are-you-still-watching/support
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Hey Baddies!! So sorry that we have been M.I.A. for so long, we were both busy with school and life. But nonetheless, we are BACK! We finally graduated so we are able to finish off our series of "How to Survive High School". This episode we cover Senior year and our thoughts on it. We actually expected us to have more to talk about but surprisingly we didn't. We hope you enjoy this episode as we walk through our Senior year. Thank you guys for all the constant love and support. We love you all and hope you guys enjoy your day. Don't forget to follow our Instagram @c.o.a.t_podcast!
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Co-counselors Philippa Glass and Stuart Gargantua debut their first annual exclusive commentary on: The 2021 Fresno County High School Senior Prom! It is LIT. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Chris Egan of KING 5 joins Puck and Jim Moore to discuss the growth of pickleball, his story on Juanita pitcher Nick Taylor story and him succeeding despite a deformed right arm, the end of senior seasons for high school athletes that dealt with a lot the last year-plus and more.
It's another monster show! We get the latest on hot Brainerd Lakes bites with Nate Blasing of S&W Guide Service. Isaiah Hahn of You Bet Guide Service is counting down the hours (literally) until the muskie opener, and Bemidji High School Senior Logan Jensen is the latest Lumberjack to be recruited to play collegiate sports. But he's the first to be recruited for Nordic Skiing...and Fishing. Kev Jackson talks to them all on today's show.
Its that time of year again, graduation! Across the country students are recovering from a tough year of covid restrictions and now find themselves staring into an uncertain future. This week we are airing a message from Pastor Michael T. Powers (Youth Pastor at Faith Community Church in Janesville, WI) delivered at the 2021 Rock County Christian School graduation service, Michael's messages are always Biblical, powerful and challenging. Recommended Resources:Heart Touchers: Life-Changing Stories of Faith, Love, and Laughter by Michael T. Powers HeartTouchers.com Author Michael T. Powers YouTube See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Congrats to the class of 2021! NM Youth Pod Presents NM High School Senior Week Episode 5 with Jessica A.M. Kalil https://www.youtube.com/c/JessicaAMKalil/featuredMariah AlcocerAndres DuarteMariah Alcocer Kiara Warton Hailey MartinDaivd BaberGwen Gadbury
Congrats to the class of 2021! NM Youth Pod Presents NM High School Senior Week Episode 3 with Ramon Martinez. Madison LoeraJaeden ChavezAaliyah Sandoval Alejandra Victoria Zerrate Michelle GarciaJacob LaraDerek RomeroHunter Hernandez
Congrats to the class of 2021! NM Youth Pod Presents NM High School Senior Week Episode 2 with Chamar Garrison from Bernalillo County Parks, Recreation and Open Space. https://www.facebook.com/BerncoParksAryanna NicasioAndres UriosteSaphira SantillanesEmily ValdezMaile RuizMarissa NeelDiana Cueto
Chris and Ross start out their show discussing how Ross' wife got hit with Facebook Community Standards for trying to say Chris looks like a penis after he pointed out Ross' daughter's picture of Ross looked like one and they take it to Twitter to determine if that's true. Then they get into two prep stories concerning high school running back Jaydon Blue opting out of his senior season to avoid wear and tear for his college career and the new professional high school basketball program Overtime Elite landing its first commitments in twin brothers Matt and Ryan Bewley. The guys also give an update on the PGA Championship and Ross has a controversial take on Tupac Fridays that may change the theme forever.
Brody Bradshaw & Sam Jackson are on today's show. They are graduating Seniors from Arab High School. They have a very unique perspective on how their sports helped shape them into who they are today. They tell us about what they see in their future & the lessons they learned through the journey of high school. Also, we hear from Katherine Cranford from FCA about the latest going on & how you can get involved. We talk about digging holes in the Clutch moment. Derek Martin co-hosts today with Seth Henegar. Check out the show. If you like it, please subscribe. See you soon!
2020, COVID-19, Pandemic- these words have such profound meaning on our whole world and what we have all experienced this past year. For seniors in high school, this has meant a lot of change, disappointments, and loss. Their last year of high school has not turned out the way they had once expected it would. Today we are going to hear it straight from the words of five high school seniors who talk to us about this past year, their experiences, and what it has been like being a senior in high school while living through this pandemic. They talk through what has been the most difficult for them, the impact of social media and their usage, the positives about the pandemic, how they have changed, and what they have learned through this unique year that no one will ever forget. Notable Quotes: “I feel like there’s no closure because I’m not going to be able to have my senior activities and have my last year on campus.” Julia “School was really tolerable and I really enjoyed school because of the social aspect and I got to see all my friends so it made it really hard to just be locked up in my living room with my teacher assigning essays.” Jake “I feel like I’ve grown up a lot in a short span of time.” Sami “I’ve used a lot of social media even prior to the pandemic and I think this just kind of boosted it to a point where it’s a little bit even unhealthy.” Nick “I’ve accomplished a lot of things I’d been putting off for a long time because of school.” Matt In this episode, you will hear: - What has been the most difficult thing about this past year - How they have used social media to stay connected and what effect it has had on them - The positives from the pandemic and what they have learned through this year - How they now have a different outlook on the world and a new sense of appreciation for what they have If you are a teenager, please seek out support and help if you need it. And if you are a parent, please make sure and talk to your kids. Are you ready to start a podcast? Use Libsyn, the podcast hosting, distribution, and monetization platform since 2004 and you can start for just $5 a month. Go to https://libsyn.com/ and enter the code “choices” for more than a month for FREE. Coaching Information: If you would like more information on the Clear Choices business and life coaching program, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to our website at https://clearchoices.live/. Thank you so much for listening! Please subscribe to the show, leave a review, and share it with a friend. Find me on Instagram @clearchoicespodcast and on Facebook . If you have a guest idea or want to connect with me, please visit my website www.clearchoices.live. I am also available for speaking engagements. **This post may contain affiliate links, which means if you click one and decide to make a purchase, we receive a tiny commission at no additional cost to you. We only share products and services we have tested and used ourselves!**
This service from May 9, 2020 was created and presented by the Unity Temple Youth Group as part of the high school seniors' Bridging Ceremony. Youth Coordinator Justine Urbikas gives the background for the service. The graduating seniors then give their bridging talks followed by remarks from Minister of Faith Development Rev. Emily Gage and Senior Minister Rev. Alan Taylor. In order, the seniors speaking are Nina Allread, Jack Layden, Grace Willard and Megan Willard. The theme for May is what it means to be a people of story. To read about our theme-based ministry, please visit http://www.unitytemple.org/faith-development/soul-connections on our website. For the safety of all in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, UTUUC will NOT be holding in–person worship until further notice. We have also cancelled or postponed any congregational events that would have taken place. To see a video of this service, click HERE. For information about how to join our Sunday morning livestream worship service on YouTube and our virtual fellowship hour on Zoom after the live stream, please visit our website at http://www.unitytemple.org. Please note that the service is currently held at 10:00 a.m.
Host: Mindy McCulley, Extension Specialist for Instructional Support, Family and Consumer Sciences Extension, University of Kentucky Guest: Dr. Nichole Huff, Extension Specialist for Family Finance and Resource Management Special Edition Episode: MoneyWi$e There will be many graduations happening across the Commonwealth this month, but this year marks a special financial milestone for Kentucky High School students. On this special MoneyWi$e edition of Talking FACS, Dr. Nichole Huff shares about the financial literacy standards that are now part of the required curriculum for high school students at public schools in Kentucky. Listen and decide if you are "financially smarter" than a Kentucky High School senior. MoneyWi$e Website MoneyWi$e Newsletter MoneyWi$e Facebook Page
Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, many seniors are making the most crucial decision of their young careers - choosing a college - sight unseen.Michael Gargiulo talks to a group of teens about the pros, the cons and the uncertainty ahead of decision day, May 1.
Many colleges aren’t asking for SAT and ACT scores this year, and students often can't tour colleges to see what campus is like. A new podcast by a high school senior in New Jersey gives candid reflections on what the college application process is like during the pandemic.
The COVID-19 vaccine rollout is giving us all hope that we'll be back to some sense of normal soon, but the pandemic will likely still play a role in what college life looks like next fall. We asked some high school seniors what questions they have about deciding where to go to school and what college life is like during a pandemic. To help with answering those questions and sharing some advice, we hear from two current college freshmen, Ayiana Davis Polen at Spelman College in Atlanta and Adam Ahmad at the University of California, Berkeley, and NPR reporter Elissa Nadworny.In participating regions, you'll also hear from local journalists about what's happening in your community.Email us at email@example.com.
After a year of online school, high school senior Bridget Donovan is back in the building and feeling like “a freshman again.” This week on NEXT, we tag along with Bridget and visit a New Hampshire school that’s experiencing the social benefits of learning outdoors. Plus, we hear about Massachusetts’ new climate legislation and how it compares to other New England states. And author Jennifer De Leon reflects on language and heritage in her new book of essays. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Atiki Ally Atiki, a High School Senior in Canada, originally from Tanzania committed to BYU on Monday. How did the Cougars land the 6-foot-11 prospect and what's his story? To discuss that, Mitch Harper welcomed in Brandon Goble from JUCO Advocate and VerbalCommits.com to discuss Atiki's journey to BYU. Subscribe to the Cougar Tracks Podcast! Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-tracks/id1146971609 Google Play: https://kslsports.com/category/podcast_results/?sid=2035&n=Cougar%20Tracks Download the KSL Sports app Google: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bonneville.kslsports&hl=en_US iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ksl-sports/id1435930251 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Catherine Martin and Asmita Adya are seniors at a private school In New Jersey. They are brilliant and accomplished young women who were happy to come on the show to discuss the term “Students of Color” with Suzanne. Their perspectives are invaluable and vital to the broader conversation surrounding students from marginalized backgrounds and their fight to overcome racism. We hope you are as inspired by Asmita and Catherine as we are. Catherine Martin Bio, in her own words:Hey everyone! I'm Catherine Martin. I am an avid laugher, movie enthusiast, and a tri-sport athlete. I am a senior in high school and will be attending Cornell University in the fall. I am an active member of Jack and Jill of America, executive president of my student government, and belong to clubs such as Model U.N. and Black Student Union. I am also a member of Mu Alpha Theta National Honors Society. Fun Fact: I was presented to society and am a debutante!Asmita Adya Bio, in her own words:Hi! My name is Asmita, and I am currently a senior in high school. My family is first-generation Americans from India! I love to sing, read classics, and listen to music. I am an environmental activist and a leader of a non-profit. As a woman scientist and singer of color, it is an ambition of mine to foster and join a diverse and inclusive community and world. Thank you for having me!