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Marathon Scholars 091618
AN INTERVIEW WITH MOLLI MITCHELL, DIRECTOR OF YOUTH PROGRAMS AT MARATHON SCHOLARS ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO MATCHING COLLEGE BOUND STUDENTS WITH MENTORS WHO HELP THEM ACHIEVE SUCCESS.
make the dream of a college degree a reality. We believe that higher education is life changing and should be accessible to all who aspired to it. Marathon invests in students early in fourth grade to
Marylhurst School of Business 050618
a nonprofit organization or in my case now it and entity at higher education . Do you find that that information is useful both in for profit and nonprofit. Absolutely well and not for profit world his
St Paul Rodeo 062517
AN INTERVIEW WITH CINDY SCHONHOLTZ, GENERAL MANAGER OF THE ST PAUL RODEO, AND NICK LADUKE, A PRCA COWBOY, ABOUT THE RODEO AND THE JUSTIN COWBOY CRISIS FUND, A NON-PROFIT HELPING INJURED RODEO PARTICIPANTS.
know it might features now a month later and they knew my college education and go get a best jobs somewhere in. And you know start living that life to guarantee money and he's like a
Wayfinding Academy 052117
AN INTERVIEW WITH MICHELLE JONES, FOUNDER, PRESIDENT, AND CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER AT WAYFINDING ACADEMY AND HAILEY MILLER, A STUDENT AT WAYFINDING, ABOUT THIS NEW, NON-PROFIT 2 YEAR COLLEGE IN PORTLAND AND THE PROGRAMS THEY OFFER TO STUDENTS.
college I spent fifteen years as a college professor in the traditional higher education system. And ended up concluding it feels like the way we do college these days is backwards and it's not mostly focused
I started hearing students express their discontent mental and frustrations with their higher education experience. About ten years ago only started really having in depth conversations. Sudden collecting ideas and collecting people. Who believed what I believe about us doing higher education differently. Over them over those ten years and so about. Moved about three years ago I started tying my friend's hand going
It turns out that the first step was to work with organ higher education coordinating commission. And there the state regulatory agency every state has what. And today approved you submit a giants. A proposal to
Marylhurst Financial Aid 022116
AN INTERVIEW WITH TRACY REISINGER, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL AID AT MARYLHURST, ABOUT WHAT TYPES OF FINANCIAL AID ARE AVAILABLE, WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR IT, AND WHERE TO FIND AVAILABLE AID.
program I'm Gary blocks of student debt in the rising cost of higher education continue to be major national topics. How to ensure a population receives a college education while not crippling them with a extensive debt. Well that's exactly what we're gonna talk about today on microscope I'd like to welcome Tracy Wright singer the director of financial aid at Merrill first to microscope hi Tracey thank you. How are you today and very well thank you good. So a little older wanna talk about today is higher education the cost of higher education something maybe. Plus the students and parents are very familiar with. That should and probably the most importantly we wanna talk about his financially Helton how we can pay for all the stuff. You're kind of a financial aid expert. Yeah evidence financial aid coming up on 28 years out. Good heavens. So it's not as scary as it seems to finance her higher education is that. Not a scary is it seemed that can be kind of an intimidating process that we're we try to help
Oregon Dept of Ag 012416
AN INTERVIEW WITH AMY GILROY, THE FARM TO SCHOOL MANAGER WITH THE OREGON DEPT OF AG, ABOUT HOW THEY ARE GETTING LOCALLY SOURCED FOOD INTO OREGON SCHOOLS
school garden based education that we provide in schools comes from that education funding to about 20% of that is. Is dedicated to. Educational programming within the schools themselves. You say this is implemented about ten
generation and we want to make sure those on opportunities exist so education funding that I was talking about earlier is you know that some of what it's intended to be used forests to. Help expose
United By Media 082315
AN INTERVIEW WITH TODD KIMBALL, FOUNDER OF UNITED BY MEDIA, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH EMPLOYING AND EMPOWERING PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES WITH A MEDIA VOICE AND A PLATFORM FOR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT.
to be successful in school and went to Fresno state for my college education and finance. I got my masters saying business at Arizona State. Had a career in radio. And staffing own my own staffing
Natural Grocers 3.1.15
AN INTERVIEW WITH JAENA BARRERA, NUTRITIONAL HEALTH COACH REGIONAL MANAGER WITH NATURAL GROCERS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHY FOOD AND NUTRITION.
I'm positioned in every store. Again these are credentialed positions they are higher education . Positions. And and they act as the educational resource for the staff and for the customers that come in and may have
Financial Literacy For Kids
A discussion with John Hancock, CEO of Junior Achievement of Oregon and SW Washington, and Brian Rice, from Key Bank, about the fantastic work they are doing to educate children about the world of personal finance.
I know I'm a man in his forties is still paying a student loans so I -- used this help early early on and I'm glad it's there now so to talk about financial literacy with
Higher Learning Online
A discussion with Lisa Templeton, the Executive Director of Oregon State University Extended Campus, about the benefits of their new online E-Campus, as well as the courses they offer, the types of students it attracts and how someone can learn more about it. ecampus.oregonstate.edu
If people are looking do this is is still open to a student loans grants all the same stuff as you wouldn't if you were attending on campus. Yeah that as the -- have a page