Transcript- Episode 85: The Path To Supporting The Entrepreneurial Student, With Barney Santos, Founder & Managing Partner At BLVD MRKT & Founder & CEO Of Gentefy Inc. Episode 85
The Future Of Work
by Pasadena City College
1w ago
00:00:00 Barney So, I would just tell people don't be afraid to start. It doesn't have to be perfect. Just start with small, little tiny steps that at least you'll feel comfortable with, and step out of your comfort zone and reach out to somebody blindly.                  00:00:11 Barney Cold call somebody, send out an email, like send a DM on Instagram or TikTok to somebody, and just learn a little bit more about that situation. And before you know it, you might figure out that, "Hey look, there's an actual busine ..read more
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The Path To Supporting The Entrepreneurial Student, With Barney Santos, Founder & Managing Partner At BLVD MRKT & Founder & CEO Of Gentefy Inc. Episode 85
The Future Of Work
by Pasadena City College
1w ago
Students shouldn’t be afraid to go after their goals. Today we’re joined by Barney Santos, the founder and managing partner at BLVD MRKT, a carefully curated food hall for the community, and the founder and CEO of Gentefy Inc., a community development organization supporting entrepreneurs by investing in people, places, and programs within Los Angeles county. Barney has spent the last 15 years building and managing new business ventures in the nonprofit, for profit, academic, and corporate sectors. He’s here to help us think more creatively, and expand our understanding of how we can support e ..read more
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2022 LISTENER FAVORITE - What You Missed From The 2022 Future Of Work Conference Presented By PCC
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by Pasadena City College
3w ago
It’s up to educators and intuitions alike to remove barriers to job placement and work-based learning, so students can thrive and focus on their futures. In case you missed it, we’re recapping last week’s Future of Work Conference presented by Pasadena City College. Tune in to get a snapshot of some of the thought-leaders who took the stage, and hear some of the insights they presented. We'll share the panel discussion that took place featuring some familiar speakers you might recognize from previous episodes, like Will Walls and Kelly LoBianco. Enjoy a snippet of the panel segment from the 3r ..read more
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Transcript: 2022 LISTENER FAVORITE- How To Tackle Workforce Inequity With Kome Ajise, Executive Director At Southern California Association of Governments
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by Pasadena City College
1M ago
00:00:00 Kome But the issue I think that compels may be an even more in-depth conversation is to what extent is that equitable? Do we all have access to being able to work at home? And so, the digital divide, I think is the bigger issue here in the conversation about the future of the workplace.                  00:00:22 Christina The workforce landscape is rapidly changing and educators and their institutions need to keep up. Preparing students before they enter the workforce to make our communities and businesses ..read more
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2022 LISTENER FAVORITE - How To Tackle Workforce Inequity With Kome Ajise, Executive Director At Southern California Association of Governments
The Future Of Work
by Pasadena City College
1M ago
How can we actively work towards equalizing educational opportunities for all students? The goal of Kome Ajise, the Director at the Southern California Association of Governments, is to level the playing field for EVERYONE. Kome will share with us how SCAG is encouraging a more sustainable Southern California, and what their partnerships within the community look like. Through budgeting strategies, developing policies, and internship and fellowships programs, they are offering students more hands-on learning and the opportunity to explore new career possibilities. If we can provide all student ..read more
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Transcript: Why Technical Education & Post Secondary Career Programs Will Change The Future Of Work With Jennifer Zeisler Senior Program Director Of Career Readiness At ECMC Foundation
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by Pasadena City College
1M ago
00:00:00 Jennifer Ivy Tech, a community college system in Indiana, they developed this approach where they label a course to say that a student can take the course in one of three ways. They can do it in person in a classroom. They can do it online, in real-time, or they can take it as an asynchronous class.                  00:00:16 Jennifer But they don't have to decide when they register for the class. The class is always available across those modalities. And so, what may work for a student today might be diffe ..read more
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2022 LISTENER FAVORITE - Why Technical Education & Post Secondary Career Programs Will Change The Future Of Work With Jennifer Zeisler Senior Program Director Of Career Readiness At ECMC Foundation
The Future Of Work
by Pasadena City College
1M ago
It is time to open up and diversify the education to career pathway! By developing and embracing new forms of learning methods, we can better serve students and families in less traditional or underserved populations. Joining us today is Jennifer Zeisler, Senior Program Director of Career Readiness at ECMC Foundation, a philanthropic fundraising service helping inspire and facilitate improvements that affect educational outcomes among underserved communities. By allocating grants and building pathways from short term credentials to longer term academic opportunities we can open up a world of p ..read more
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Transcript: 2022 LISTENER FAVORITE- How Integrating New Media In Education Can Realistically Prepare Our Workforce With Rob Greenlee, VP of Podcast Content & Partnerships at Libsyn
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by Pasadena City College
1M ago
00:00:00 Rob Really, as you think about personal brand, for me, it's about building relationships and building trust. If a person understands that you're out there to contribute and participate and be involved, I think that the online media world is a terrific place to start that path for you. And I think it also has benefits being able to connect with future employers, being able to connect with people that are working at other companies.                  00:00:29 Christina The workforce landscape is rapidly changing, and educators and their instit ..read more
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2022 LISTENER FAVORITE- How Integrating New Media In Education Can Realistically Prepare Our Workforce With Rob Greenlee, VP of Podcast Content & Partnerships at Libsyn
The Future Of Work
by Pasadena City College
1M ago
How might educational institutions begin to tap into new media tools to support and prepare students? Today we will discuss the importance of understanding the new forms of media being developed and how we can prepare our students to enter this new industry successfully. VP of Podcast Content & Partnerships at Libsyn, Rob Greenlee, is here to fill us in on where education and new media should be overlapping. From valuable skill sets students should learn to school career centers where they can build their personal brands, there is so much potential. We’ll break down the implementations nee ..read more
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Transcript: 2022 LISTENER FAVORITE- Expanding The Success Of Community Engagement Through Local Business, With Kelly LoBianco Executive Director, Economic & Workforce Development at County of Los Angeles
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by Pasadena City College
1M ago
00:00:00 Christina Hi, this is Christina Barsi, the Executive Producer of the show. Before we begin today's episode, we want to wish you Happy Holidays from all of us at the Future of Work Podcast. We decided to do something special this season and share with you our most loved episodes of 2022.                  00:00:15 Christina The topics range from discussions on new media with Rob Greenlee, the Vice President of Partnerships at Libsyn, to post-secondary career programs with Jennifer Zeisler, the Senior Program ..read more
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