23 Results Are Tagged With "MentorTalks"

MentorTalks: Behind the Scenes

What does it take to put on a monthly, 30-minute live program? Join us Oct. 28 at 12:00 p.m. EDT to learn what goes into the making of MentorTalks.

MentorTalks: Forever is Now

“The most important thing is passion. You can study Egyptology, but if you have passion, it will make you a great archaeologist and it can take you to the top.”

Pushing the Limits with Saad Abid

When you find something that gives you fulfillment – that money cannot give – you need to keep going.

MentorTalks: Using Arts to Advocate

Got 30 minutes? Join internationally renowned opera singer, entrepreneur, and arts envoy Carla Dirlikov Canales on April 20 at 4:00 p.m. EDT.

Technology, Democracy, and Winning the Information War

Online disinformation is dismantling our democracy, says Fulbright-Clinton Fellow alumna Nina Jankowicz. What can we do about it?

Mapping a More Diverse Future

What does it take to be a leader? And how do you lead 7,000 people when they are scattered across the country?

MentorTalks: Starting – and Running – a Successful Nonprofit

Are you thinking about starting your own nonprofit? Find out what exchange alumni Julia Beabout and Brian McCarty have to say about founding and running successful nonprofit organizations on our MentorTalks episode Thursday, January 28th.

Ugly Food & Data-Driven Strategies

Bring your appetite! Learn how a beginner blogger has combined digital strategy and “uncelebrated food” to form the perfect recipe.

MentorTalks: Becoming an Online Pioneer

How do you think ahead of the curve, especially in a pandemic? Join Bianca Alvarado on Friday, November 20 at 12:00 p.m. ET.

MentorTalks: Advancing Your Career with Exchange Programs

Doug Mitchell, Founder/Project Director of NPR's Next Generation Radio, and Fulbright alumnus Jordyn Hawkins-Rippie share their experiences and career tips.