Best Scholarship podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Candid conversations about academia.
 
Hello and welcome to the Mentors 4 Teens College, Scholarship, & Career Guidance podcast. A podcast designed for students, and their parents, who are challenging the modern definition of what it means to be a student. We don’t believe in standardization, being average, or following the status quo! We are the free thinkers, continuous learners, and change-makers of tomorrow. We define your own destiny, create our own luck, and change the world! In this podcast, you will learn the latest and b ...
 
This is the archival and distribution page for the "Law Talk" podcast. For more information, go to www.concurringopinions.com and click on "law talk" under the categories heading on the left side of the page.
 
This is the podcast for parents and athletes that explores every aspect of recruiting and athletic scholarships. It’s coaching you can apply to your family’s athletic scholarship pursuit. Recruit-Me CEO and athletic scholarship coach Jon Fugler is your host. You'll hear practical insights that you can apply from Jon and other recruiting experts, college coaches, NCAA officials and college planners.
 
To mark the 25th anniversary of the founding of The University of Notre Dame Australia, the Centre for Faith, Ethics and Society has organised a program of talks and reflections featuring some of the nation's most outstanding Catholic scholars, theologists and philosophers. Called Scholarship at the Cathedral, the series of talks and reflections will be held in the Crypt at St Mary's Cathedral from 6.30 pm until 7.15 pm each Friday throughout Lent until 14 April 2014. All are welcome to atte ...
 
The Notre Dame Institute for Ethics & Society is thrilled to be partnering with Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP to assist in delivering a new series of SCHOLARSHIP AT THE CATHEDRAL events.These events will be of particular interest to current university students or anyone considering options for future tertiary study.The first event focused on "Life & Faith in the Academy" and was held at St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney on Thursday 29 June. Bishop Richard Umbers presented a talk, and a panel of cur ...
 
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Premier Christian scholars Alvin Plantinga (Notre Dame), George Hunsinger (Princeton Theological Seminary), and Nicholas Wolterstorff (Yale), headline the inaugural Center for Christian Thought Conference at Biola University. These engaging lectures explore the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead for Christian scholarship in the 21st Century, and how Christians can responsibly engage with those challenges.
 
Premier Christian scholars Alvin Plantinga (Notre Dame), George Hunsinger (Princeton Theological Seminary), and Nicholas Wolterstorff (Yale), headline the inaugural Center for Christian Thought Conference at Biola University. These engaging lectures explore the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead for Christian scholarship in the 21st Century, and how Christians can responsibly engage with those challenges.
 
Premier Christian scholars Alvin Plantinga (Notre Dame), George Hunsinger (Princeton Theological Seminary), and Nicholas Wolterstorff (Yale), headline the inaugural Center for Christian Thought Conference at Biola University. These engaging lectures explore the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead for Christian scholarship in the 21st Century, and how Christians can responsibly engage with those challenges.
 
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How can I get exposure? That's the #1 challenge high school athletes face. In this episode, Jon Fugler provides keys to solving that problem. This is is the beginning of a series that gives you a game plan to become a recruited athlete. Getting exposure happens for talented athletes who do certain things on and off the field. Learn the first ke ...…
 
You have to make a decision and often it’s tough. Especially when it comes to choosing the right school. When you have a few schools in the mix you’ve got to have a way to compare. Jon Fugler shares a tool that will give you objectivity in the process. Stack one program against another and see which ones float to the top. Don’t let your emotion ...…
 
Tanjona "TJ", takes over the entire show and tells his experiences in academia as an African gay man. He finishes off the episode by sharing some resources and suggestions to anyone who may be naviagting academic spaces and facing similar situations.Tanjona was in charge of of the whole episode from choosing what to talk about, the title, the l ...…
 
Fear strikes the heart of a scholarship-seeking family when they panic with this statement: "It's too late!" You might be there now. If not, you'll likely be there at some point. In this episode, recruiting expert Jon Fugler helps you overcome this thought. He'll encourage you and give you steps you can take to fight this "too late" fear. It's ...…
 
This time of the year is the beginning of the term or the semester in many universities and colleges around the world. Many are going back while lots more are going for the first time. I asked a few people to help me talk about the one thing they wish they had known before going to university or college. These messages are not just for those go ...…
 
(Note: This episode was recorded just hours before Jon evacuated North Carolina, with Hurricane Florence on the way). It's frustrating when talented athletes put out their best efforts to get recruited and can't get on coaches' radars. That's the problem facing one family that asked a good question in our One Question Series. Recruiting expert ...…
 
Receiving an athletic scholarship doesn't mean all your expenses are paid for. The real cost of college for scholarship athletes may be a shocker for some families. In this episode, Jon Fugler interviews Jim Cook, a former high school coach, a dad of talented athletes and a man who has helped sports families work through the financial issues of ...…
 
Eva Tabbasam just completed her masters at the the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). We talk about the box ticking phenomenon in applying for scholarships, i.e. the pressure to have to pick apart and lay bare certain aspects of one’s life in order to get opportunities. We also consider how issues such as class can affects ...…
 
Daniel is a member of staff at the the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Daniel’s story has been covered widely by various publications. We talk about his experiences, what his general day looks like, and we also talk about the outsourcing. I also talk to Emily Wolff, a masters student from the LSE who was one of the many ...…
 
Kaene Disepo, from Botswana, is a Masters student at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). He is also the founder of Inspired Horisons, an organisation that is changing the narrative of academic excellence in Botswana. He has won numerous awards for his work with young people in the education sector. We talk about how we d ...…
 
Episode 030: How to Get in to Stanford, Harvard, Berkeley or Yale Ft. Marcella De Laurentiis Featuring: Marcella De Laurentiis, College Admissions Specialist Mentor Bio: Marcella started her career working in the admissions office at the University of Chicago, her alma mater. Later, she joined UC Berkeley's Management, Entrepreneurship, and Tec ...…
 
Kim Reynolds (@kimreynolds24) is a Masters student at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and she is from the United States of America (USA). She talks about her work as a student organiser and her involvement with different movement. She shares tips on how to face and/or prevent burnout and how to find new spaces in citi ...…
 
Episode 029: How to Become a Software Developer! Featuring: Sean Coleman, Software Developer & Entrepreneur Mentor Bio: Sean Coleman is a two time entrepreneur, having sold one company to Jobing.com. He has worked as a lead software developer for million dollar start ups, product manager for GoDaddy, and currently is a consultant for companies ...…
 
In this episode I interview Nomonde Ndwalaza (@nomonde_n), a South African Masters student at the London School of economics and political science. We ask whether ‘black tax’ is real or not, we talk about the present day manifestations of South Africa’s history, and the role mentors play in an academic journey. Things mentioned in the show: Her ...…
 
In this episode I interview Farah AlHaddad, a Syrian post-graduate student at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). We talk about the changing understanding of ‘home’, the performance of gratitude, imposter syndrome, among other topics. Things mentioned in this episode: United World Colleges (UWC): https://www.uwc.org/ Doc ...…
 
Episode 28: How to Become an Engineer ft. Drew & Angela Munson Featuring: Drew & Angela Munson, Material Science Engineers. Mentor Bio: Angela Munson grew up in Toledo, Ohio and got her bachelor's degree in materials science and engineering from THE Ohio State University. By far the coolest thing she's done is leaving her home state and traveli ...…
 
A sneal peak at So, You Got a Scholarship - a new show hosted by Rutendo Chabikwa (@tedoex), taking a look at the highs and lows of academia through sharing the rarely told experiences of those that study on scholarship inside and outside the classroom. Twitter: .@SYGSpod or .@tedoex Email: sygspodcast@gmail.com…
 
Episode 27: Special Parent's Edition Pt. 2 Ft. Matthew Einsohn! Mentor Bio: Matthew Einsohn, MA, is an Educational Consultant with extensive years working and managing the admissions office for a Private University. Matthew came from limited means, below average grades, along with no athletic ability to give him a full ride. The only offer from ...…
 
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Episode 26: Becoming the Boss Featuring: Chamille Schuck, High School Assistant Principal Mentor Bio: At 27, Chamille is an Assistant Principal for a charter high school that serves inner city students in the South Los Angeles area. She has a BA in English Education and Theater, a Secondary Teaching Credential, a MA in School Leadership, and he ...…
 
The finish line is just ahead! Many high school seniors will be graduating in a few short weeks; however, some tasks are often overlooked. I share three important tips on what seniors should do NOW before graduation!
 
A description of the Humanities as more than an academic discipline, but as a way of life.
 
Episode 025: Saving Lives From A Helicopter Ft. Flight Nurse Aaron Donze Mentor Bio: Aaron Donze graduated with Honors from Walsh University with a Bachelors in the Science of Nursing. He received a full scholarship for NCAA DII intercollegiate football and was an Academic All-American athlete. His experience in emergency medicine, heart and lu ...…
 
Episode 024: Internships and International Studies Ft. Shirah Foy Featuring: Shirah Foy, Management Consultant Mentor Bio: Shirah is an interdisciplinary social scientist, entrepreneur, and startup mentor who has studied and worked on 5 continents, traveled in more than 50 countries, and can communicate to varying degrees in 12 languages. She i ...…
 
Episode 23: Special Parent's Edition Ft. Mentors from MIT / NYU Stern Featuring: Danielle Espinosa (MIT) & Gabriel Mejia Ruiz (NYU Stern) Mentor Bios: In this special episode, the PARENTS of the Student-Tutor Mastermind members get to ask their burning questions and get advice from tutors with ELITE college experience! Danielle is a prior MIT s ...…
 
Tour Guides as Public Scholars: A brief discussion of our Tour Guide Attila from Budapest Flow.
 
College Decision Day is approaching! 75% of parents value campus safety as a top factor. 67% want to ensure that the college is a good fit overall. There are many things to consider when deciding on a college. In this podcast episode we discuss these factors including housing, campus culture, transportation, tuition and more!…
 
Episode 21: How to Become a Pharmacist w. Fazleabbas Poonawala Featuring: Fazleabbas Poonawala, Pharmacist Mentor Bio: Fazleabbas Poonawala is a board certified pharmacist with licenses for NJ and NY. I practiced retail pharmacy for about a year and then transitioned to work in the pharmaceutical industry, working in the field of drug safety fo ...…
 
Episode 21: Commercial Sales, Advertising, and Music Festivals w. Stephanie Rosa Featuring: Stephanie Rosa, Commercial Sales & Advertising Mentor Bio: Stephanie Rosa has been in medical device sales since graduating college from the University of Illinois. She quickly rose to be the #2 device representative in her company. Stephanie has worked ...…
 
A brief discussion of how conflict works as a successful story telling motif for professional wrestling.
 
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