25 Results Are Tagged With "MentorTalks"

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.

Time Out for Mental Health

Exchange alumna Chamique Holdsclaw and Kevin Love, both basketball All-Stars and Olympians, joined us for this special episode.

Being Your Own Role Model

CBS journalist and Peace Corps alumnus Ramy Inocencio talks about forging your own career path, being a good mentor and mentee, and more.

Helping Your Community During a Crisis

Dr. Collins Santhanasamy and Dr. Ye Min Htet are delivering outside of the hospital, as well as on the front lines.

Fighting Pandemic Misinformation

Exchange alumni Michelle Ciulla Lipkin of the National Association for Media Literacy and Dr. Ankuran Dutta of Gauhati University joined us to talk about how you can prevent the spread of harmful rumors.

Using Arts to Heal & Bring Joy

Life is not about what you drive -- it's about what drives you," says Kunle Adewale, CEO of Tender Arts Nigeria and Mandela Washington Fellowship alumnus.

MentorTalks: Storytelling as a Catalyst for Global Change

Michael Littig, Zuckerberg Institute co-founder and Fulbright alumnus, talks about embracing the unknown - and how to tell a story to change culture and mindset.

MentorTalks: Revolutionizing Fundraising

Alice talks about how she went from working two jobs to taking the leap as a social impact entrepreneur, how Socialgiver is revolutionizing fundraising in Thailand, the impact of her exchange program experiences, creating partnerships, and using technology for change and sustainability.

MentorTalks: Sweet Success & The Myth of Branding

Think mission and movement, not brand, says CBYX alumna and sweetriot founder Sarah Endline.