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Podcasts We Love
The #iAmImpact podcast focuses on ordinary people who are making an extraordinary impact. This podcast dives deep on topics such as leadership, education, and inspiration.
The Artful Leader asks, “What does it mean to lead?”, “How can we guide and serve with more skill, heart, and creativity?” and, “What if we put health & well-being first in our lives and workplaces?”. Join host Rachelle Archer as she explores how healing & artistic practices can support our personal growth and transformation, enhance classrooms and learning, build thriving teams, organizations, and communities, and ultimately make the world a more just, equitable, and loving place.
Becoming More Resilient 101
Become more resilient by understanding the basic principles of resilience and how applying these principles can give you the ability to bounce back from anything. If we want to raise or care for more resilient children, we have to become more resilient adults.
The CARMA Chronicles
Flourish Agenda is proud to present The CARMA Chronicles, a podcast where we interview the world’s leading Healing Centered practitioners. Listen to their stories, ideas, and examples of how they are implementing Healing Centered principles in their communities. Enjoy!
The Empowering Teacher by FranklinCovey
Join Molly Garcia, Leader in Me Coach, as she talks with Leader in Me experts and leadership-school practitioners to unpack the doable-today strategies that nurture a dynamic and empowered learning environment.
FIND YOUR SPARK
“FIND YOUR SPARK” is a podcast that shares real-life stories of realizing the potential and impact of your SPARK, in the middle of a busy life. Hosts Brooke Wheeldon-Reece, President of The SPARK Initiative – a non-profit organization – and Ashley Hunt, Director of Program Development, dive deep into conversations about life, family, running a business, the youth they work with, and the impact their work has daily. The episodes are funny, digestible, honest, and profoundly helpful. As working moms and entrepreneurs, Brooke and Ashley navigate the sticky realities of daily life, all while working to make this world a better place.
I am A Black Woman, Yes I Matter
We will talk with parents who have school-aged children to discuss what they are looking for in after school and summer programming. Audience will also have an opportunity to ask questions and interact.
ideas Empowered by Youth
In this podcast, Dr. Sonia Toledo will discuss how to empower children and youth to discover their passions early and live from the heart while developing 21st-century skills and striving to make a difference in their communities. She will share strategies for establishing student-led learning environments by teaching youth the mindset of an entrepreneur, which will help ensure they are able to compete in the fast-paced modern world of technology.
Kwestions & Kool-Aid with Kids LIVE!
This podcast is created so that youth may find their voice by getting answers to their most intriguing questions like “Why are people different colors?” and “Why is it a different time in Chicago than Atlanta?” Youth will determine a probing question and who would best answer the question.
EDI or equity, diversity, and inclusion have become popular terms over the past few years, especially in education at the forefront of the Black Lives Matter movement, and generation Z leading the charge for change. While understanding the topic is critical, not every leader has the expertise to foster a school culture that truly embraces culturally and socioeconomically inclusive. Dr. Kim Brown Barber talks about how to help educators to foster a more inclusive and equitable school culture.
Join Nick Monzi and Calvin Sibert of Learn Fresh as they explore fundamental issues impacting education today. Sibert and Monzi discuss topics including racial and gender equity, innovative learning models, cross-sector collaboration in education, and the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the education landscape. Join us for a special edition of the Learn Fresh Podcast as we hear from educators who currently implement the NBA Math Hoops program in their communities.
Making Afterschool Cool
The Making Afterschool Cool Podcast is an essential part of the CASE for Kids push to increase the awareness of resources that improve quality in the afterschool and out-of-school time field.
Our Future Now!
Our Future Now is the official podcast of the National Children’s Campaign. NCC is a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that serves as a catalyst to inspire and empower America to make children a priority by promoting health, education, safety, economic and environmental security through the power of media, grassroots, internet partnerships, business and community leaders, celebrities and subject matter experts.
The Relevant Development Podcast
A podcast that is relevant to your development. Whether it is personal or professional, this podcast helps individuals take their lives to the next level. Your life at home and your life at work will elevate and thrive. From mindset to career and your overall growth, we pour into you to make sure your development is relevant!
School: After Hours
The School: After Hours podcast is a bi-weekly show that tackles significant topics related to OST and Youth Development programming. Professionals, parents, and youth from all areas of the OST (Out-of-School-Time) spectrum discuss everything from overcoming challenges to youth perspective to mental health; and much more. So join us every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month to see what we are going to talk about next.
Sunday candy represents the power of community. The African American community has long leveraged Sundays to celebrate culture, gather together, inspire hope, and organize in the face of anti-literacy laws, slavery, segregation, and racism. Sunday Candy inspired songs by Stevie Wonder and Chance the Rapper; it is a symbol of the transformative power of culture, community, and creativity. This podcast explores the potential of community, culture, and creativity to advance learning.
Two Counselors & A Mic
A 10-episode podcast that explores topics related to education through the lens of storytelling of those in the field. Through a partnership with UCSD Extension, each episode will have a Companion Guide to help listeners dive deeper into each topic. Episodes will be released weekly.
Join the staff at High 5 as they explore the many components of Adventure and Experiential education. High 5 Adventure Learning Center is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to helping individuals, teams, schools, communities and businesses improve the way they live, learn, and work together.
Why Change? A Podcast for the Creative Generation
Why Change? A Podcast for the Creative Generation brings listeners around the globe to learn how arts, culture, and creativity — especially as applied by young people — can change the world, one community at a time. This podcast shares timely news and dives deep into the work of young creatives who catalyze social change and those who are committed to cultivating their creativity. Listeners are invited to join hosts Jeff M. Poulin, Karla Estela Rivera, Ashraf Hasham, Rachael Jacobs, and Madeleine McGirk each week to learn and laugh while envisioning new futures through the question, “why change?”