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Fresh update on "ed" discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"Just telling you from what we know we believe there should have been an entry at that as soon as you can Why did they wait The decision was made that this was a barricaded subject Situation there was time to retrieve the keys and wait for a tactical team with the equipment to go ahead and breach the dorm of and take on the subject at that point Macross says border patrol agents eventually used a master key to open the locked door of the classroom where they confronted and killed the gunman I'm Ed Donahue In Houston speaker after speaker took to the stage at the NRA's national convention to denounce the attack former president Donald Trump and others calling it evil The monster who committed this crime is pure evil pure cruelty pure hatred But Texas Republican senator Ted Cruz denounced gun control efforts What stops armed bad guys Is armed good guys At a protest outside the civic center Harris county judge Lena hildago says the gun lobby won't listen This extreme perspective that any kind of common sense policy Any kind of gun safety protection is taboo This is AP news After 6 weeks of testimony the jury gets the case in Johnny Depp's suit against his ex-wife Amber Heard Here's the AP's Ben Thomas Ladies and gentlemen of the jury you now have heard all the evidence in the case It sounded like he said she said but was actually about what she wrote Attorney Camille Vasquez representing Depp There is an abuser in this courtroom But it is not mister Depp And there is a victim of domestic abuse in this courtroom But it is not misheard An attorney Ben Chu says for Depp it's never been about money It is about mister Depp's reputation The case revolves around a Washington Post op-ed in which herd describes herself as a public figure representing domestic abuse her attorney Benjamin rotten Bourne says Depp's suit is part of a smear campaign he launched after heard filed for divorce She wanted to own her.
Biden tells Naval Academy grads Putin 'NATO-ized Europe'
"I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute President Biden told naval academy graduates they will be representatives and defenders of our democracy The president spoke as free societies are under threat from Russia's invasion of Ukraine to China's maritime expansion For the rest of your careers you're going to face challenges unforeseen You're going to have to adapt and be ready to lead your people through whatever lies ahead The president says Russian president Vladimir Putin's brutal war in Ukraine shows the world as aligning not on geography but in terms of values Attacking schools nurseries hospitals museums with no other purpose And eliminate a culture He added this is what you are graduating into The president said Putin's intent was to in his words Finland Europe to make it all neutral Instead he NATO wise All of Europe Bringing nations together I'm Ed
Fresh update on "ed" discussed on Bloomberg Best
"Best I'm Ed Baxter And I'm do these Pellegrini And one of the big existential questions of course right now is how much staying power of Bitcoin has or maybe doesn't have Yeah and we got one shockingly bearish call about Bitcoin compliments of Scott minard A minority of course the global CIO of Guggenheim partners said you're right He was not very complimentary about Bitcoin As a matter of fact he talks about the fed he's not that complimentary about the fed either All right so here we go Here's minored with Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Lisa Abramovich at the World Economic Forum in Davos I was an early believer in crypto I remember getting looking into Bitcoin first when it was at a $100 I did a presentation up at the Nantucket project on crypto How to deal with it how to invest in it And I really thought that this is a viable investment vehicle But one of my big concerns is that no one has cracked the paradigm in crypto And when I say they crack the paradigm it's used as a currency As you know the definition of a currency is that it's a medium of exchange It's a store of value It's a unit of account Not the last 90 days Not at all And so we've learned that none of this stuff stablecoins the whole bit everything is suspect You're a really really bright guy I want you to explain the divide between Allen hour at the bank of international settlements who owns a high ground with Ken rogoff at Harvard on the study of Bitcoin and the entire scarcity the derived scarcity of it with the community of Bitcoin that just seems miles apart and they won't read Allen hour Right No well I think look because Bitcoin and any cryptocurrency at this point has not really established itself as a credible institutional investment It's really become the market of a bunch of yahoos and backwaters And I know I'm already going to be plastered on Twitter now For what I just said I'm going to get back to your desk Yeah exactly Lisa's cell phone just melted down over there But when you consider we have 19,000 digital currencies or cryptos or whatever we want to call them today Most of them are junk They don't make any sense whatsoever Do you have any crypto asset investments We did We had Bitcoin We bought it around 20,000 We sold it at 40,000 And I really thought we were going to correct after we got to 60 I thought we would correct a 30 We got there And then I began to look at it and say why are we stopping here And so my latest work which is entirely technical because there's nothing else to look at here is that we were probably going to hit $8000 before What was that number 8000 until we totally flush So you have what's going on No I mean if I were I'd be short That'll get me shot too so In the land of Michael boskin in particularly in the land of John Taylor in the Taylor rule if a Central Bank blinks How is that express Is it going to be expressed through dollar dynamics Oh absolutely I think if the fed blinks We're going to make some news here Give me a dollar call Well I think as long as we stayed the course on tightening which I think we will through the summer The dollar is going to do fine But if the fed blinks because of financial panic which I think there's a high probability of toward the second half of the year Then I think that the dollar will come under pressure What happens though if the fed doesn't blink because of that but because growth is actually slowing Right but I think that for the fed the dynamic is not the slowing growth It's the inflation number The growth can slow and we can still have high inflation which Tom is very familiar with We called it stagflation And I don't buy into that whole dynamic But I'm just saying that they're tightening I think financial conditions faster than they were Can you use a Taylor rule Given the fiscal impulse we had off a natural medical.
Police waited 45 minutes in school before pursuing shooter
"Authorities admit it was wrong for police to wait about 45 minutes before pursuing the gunman in Texas who killed 19 students and two adults Throughout the attack teachers and children repeatedly called 9-1-1 including a call from one girl She asked 9-1-1 to please send the police now The director of the Texas Department of Public Safety colonel Steven Macron says there was no excuse for it It was the wrong decision to wait That wasn't there but I'm just telling you from what we know we believe there should have been an entry at that as soon as you can Why did they wait A decision was made that this was a barricaded subject Situation there was time to retrieve the keys and wait for a tactical team with the equipment to go ahead and breach the door and take on the subject at that point Macross says border patrol agents eventually used a master key to open the locked door of the classroom where they confronted and killed the gunman I'm Ed
Surfer helps families honor loved ones with 'one last wave'
"A surfer is helping families honor loved ones with one last wave When Dan Fisher catches a wave along the shores of Newport Rhode Island he pays tribute to his dad who died three years ago by writing his name on his surfboard When I felt deeply connected to him seeing his name on the board I decided to open it up to the world but I didn't have any expectations that it would resonate that it has Fisher created the one last wave project to use the healing power of the ocean to help families coping with loss We're going to put on kinley Sexton's name She was 6 years old when she passed away He then takes the board out and gives these people in spirit one last wave So when I look down and I see the water washing over their names I feel them close to me I feel as if they're out there with me on the board experiencing something that was so meaningful to them Fisher's first two boards are full of names He's working on a third I'm Ed
More Memorial Day travel expected, despite high gas prices
"The big question on Memorial Day weekend is to drive or not to drive with gas prices painfully high triple-A says about 39 million people plan to travel over the long weekend Andrew gross says 88% of them plan to drive We've never had a Memorial Day travel period where so many people are going to be going by car At the same time you have these high gas prices Dan Johnson and Pennsylvania has a family graduation to attend I didn't have a choice and we just tucked it up and you know whatever the gas price is we have unfortunately we have to pay for Gross says the pandemic is part of the reason people just want to get out and go Oil market researcher Jim burkhart at S&P Global expects no relief from high gas prices through the summer Especially if Americans drive in great numbers which is what's expected to happen And there was little relief for flyers Prices for airline tickets are up to I'm Ed
Dominant coronavirus mutant contains ghost of pandemic past
"The dominant coronavirus mutant is similar to previous mutants It's known as BA two 12 one and is responsible for 58% of virus cases in the U.S. last week It's a member of the omicron family but scientists say it spreads faster than omicron predecessors and can escape immunity and possibly might cause more serious disease It also contains properties of the delta variant This genetic change is bad news for people who caught the original omicron and thought they might be unlikely to get it again soon Lab data suggest a prior infection with the original omicron is not very protective against reinfection with The New Mutants but research also shows those who got sick from the delta variant may be better protected from The New Mutants I'm Ed
Testimony concludes in civil trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
"Will hear closing arguments on Friday and actor Johnny Depp's libel trial against his ex-wife actor Amber Heard I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest As the final witness Amber Heard told a courtroom outside Washington she has been humiliated not only from reliving the alleged abuse from Johnny Depp but from social media Heard says she gets hundreds of death threats Heard says Depp is a powerful man with supporters coming out of the woodwork for him I just want to leave me alone I just wanted to leave me alone Dep is suing her over a 2018 Washington Post op-ed piece in
Johnny Depp testifies again, calling Amber Heard's allegations insane
"Johnny Depp has returned to the witness stand in his libel case against his ex-wife Amber Heard it was a legal curtain call of sorts for the star of the Pirates of the Caribbean star who took the stand as a rebuttal witness he described the allegations that his ex-wife Amber Heard had made against him as insane ridiculous painful savage not to mention all false He also made comments to respond to testimony from heard sister Whitney henriques who provided the jury with rare eyewitness accounts of depths of violence toward his ex dip as suing heard for libel for running an op-ed piece in which she described herself as a victim of domestic abuse
'Complete evil': Texas gunman kills 19 children, 2 teachers
"Families are coming to grips with the deaths of 19 children at an elementary school in uvalde Texas ten year old eliana Garcia is being described as very sociable She was very happy and very outgoing Love to dance and sing and play sports She was taken to family and enjoyed being with the family Garcia's aunt Syria aris Mende spoke angrily to the AP through tears about why this happened I just sort of just don't know how people can sell that type of a gun Toolkit 2018 year old like what is he gonna use it for But for that purpose A parent of another victim said her ten year old daughter did not want to go to school and that the girls seemed to sense something was going to happen I'm Ed
Brittney Griner's wife tells ABC she wants WNBA star home
"Britney grinder's wife says she wants the WNBA star being detained in Russia back home Sherrell griner says she started receiving text early in the morning on February 17th Babe babe babe wake up They have me in this room I don't know what's going on Brittany griner has been detained since then after vape cartridges containing oil derived from cannabis were allegedly found in her luggage at an airport near Moscow Griner plays basketball in Russia Cheryl greiner tells ABC's Good Morning America She wants President Biden to secure a release I just keep hearing that he has the power She's a political punch So if they're holding her because they want you to do something then I want you to do it Griner says Secretary of State Antony Blinken told her this is a top priority I was grateful for the call You say she's top priority but I want to see it Russian officials have described grinder's case as a criminal offense The charges carry a maximum penalty of ten years in prison I'm Ed
Watch Live: Johnny Depp returns to stand trial against Amber Heard
"Supermodel Kate moss says actor Johnny Depp never purposely hurt her when they dated in the 1990s as she testified in Depp's libel trial against his ex-wife actor Amber Heard I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Kate moss testified for less than 5 minutes by videolink to a courtroom outside Washington Amber Heard had referred to a rumor that Depp had pushed moss downstairs during their relationship Moss testified she had slipped on the stairs after a rainstorm in Jamaica and Depp carried her back to her room and got her medical attention Moss denies Depp ever hurt her He never pushed me kicked me or threw me down any stairs Step is suing her saying she defamed him with a 2018 op-ed piece in which she described
The Left's Hold on the Black Community Is Coming to an End
"I want to get right to our guest. Someone who I have an amazing amount of respect for, I read basically everything he puts out. If there's an op-ed by this man, I read it. He's kind of the senior Professor of the conservative movement, and we are honored to have this great patriot with us today. Newt Gingrich, mister speaker, welcome back to the program. Thank you for that warm introduction. As long as you say those nice things, I'll always show up. Well, then we have a deal. So I want to talk about your piece. Democrats hold on the black community is ending, this is something that people have been talking about for a couple years. It was a wonderful piece, walk our audience through it. Well, we've been working on a project that Bernie Marcus launched back in 19 18, looking at the question of could you find an American majority that would be large enough and stable enough that you could really get the big things done we need to get this country back on the right road. And because of my background, both working with Ronald Reagan and then with the contract with America in creating the first Republican House majority in 40 years, we had sort of an instinct for how to do this. What's happened, of course, is that Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer mean, let's be fair. They all work together. They've created such a bad performance record at levels people feel. There was a brilliant article the other day by Selena zito, who's one of the great students of American politics. And she said, she was interviewing people in small towns in western Pennsylvania who said to her, look, I can't find baby formula without going to four or 5 stores. And I can't afford the gasoline to go to four or 5 stores. So Joe Biden is hitting me and every possible way. And I think what all that's doing is we have to remember, African Americans are as pocket sensitive as Latinos or Asian Americans or for that matter, caucasians. And they're looking out there that say, it ain't working.
Texas governor: 15 killed in school shooting; gunman dead
"Students and a teacher were killed in the latest school shooting This time in uvalde Texas an active shooter was reported at rob elementary school Texas governor Greg Abbott identified the shooter as 18 year old Salvatore Ramos from uvalde He shot and killed horrifically incomprehensibly 14 students And killed a teacher As for the gunman He himself is deceased And believed that responding officers killed him Abbott says the gunman abandoned a vehicle outside the school and had a handgun and possibly a rifle You valdi is located between San Antonio and the Mexico border I'm Ed
Amber Heard rests case in civil suit without calling Depp
"Actor Ember heard has rested her case in the civil suit between her and her ex-husband actor Johnny Depp I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Amber Heard's lawyers did not call Johnny Depp as a witness as was initially suggested Depp is suing her for libel over her 2018 Washington Post op-ed piece in which she described herself as a victim of abuse without mentioning Depp by name judge penny ascari also rejected a motion from Depp's attorneys to toss herds $100 million counterclaim against Depp Heard claims depth then lawyer Adam waldman defamed her when he called her allegations of abuse a hoax Depp testified he never struck heard
An appeals court finds Florida's social media law unconstitutional
"Federal appeals court ruled a Florida law on social media is unconstitutional a three judge panel concluded it was overreach for governor Ron DeSantis and the Republican led Florida legislature to tell social media companies how to conduct their work under the constitution's guarantee of free speech The ruling upholds a similar decision by a Florida federal district judge on the law It was part of an overall conservative effort to portray social media companies as generally liberal in outlook and hostile to ideas outside of that viewpoint especially from the political right a similar law is in effect in Texas tech companies want the Supreme Court to step in there I'm Ed
Migrant TikTok Activist-TikTok Intro and wrap
"A law school student in Texas has been posting Spanish language TikTok videos to help migrants understand the U.S. immigration system Carlos Eduardo espina has about 3 million followers The quick format of the videos where you're able to watch a TikTok in ten seconds and then watch another one is really convenient for immigrants especially if you're on the move you're going through Mexico to Central America Honduran migrant Laura Martinez shouted her appreciation She says he informs us of the river current when it goes up and down The situation of border agents and the suffering migrants are facing when crossing as spina's videos include warnings about crocodile sightings and the latest tidal 42 developments What I try to do is just tell them the reality of what they can expect when they get to the border That is not so simple as you just cross the border and then you're here in the U.S. The 25 year old is spina emigrated legally to Texas when he was 5 years old I'm Ed
Lawmaker calls for investigation of Oregon ballot fiasco
"A state lawmaker in Oregon is calling for a formal investigation into a ballot printing fiasco that will delay results from Tuesday's primary by weeks in the state's third largest county As many as 60,000 ballots in clackamas county are unreadable by vote counting machines because a blurry barcodes The good barcode at the bottom is very intense black ink with crisp lines The one that's bad at the top is got some white wine It's got a little more figured out in the barcode area County elections clerk sherry hall says the process to count the ballots is painstaking It needs to be duplicated as exactly as the voter voted there original ballot There is a key house race in that district in Oregon Jamie McLeod skinner has the lead in the democratic primary We just expect all county offices to uphold the integrity of our elections Hall says she's used the printer for ballots for ten years without any problems I'm Ed
Naomi Osaka at French Open news conference: 'I think I'm OK'
"Osaka has won four grand slams since her withdrawal in Paris There have been questions about her well-being For the most part I think I'm okay Osaka said last year she experiences huge waves of anxiety before speaking to the media and has suffered long bouts of depression I think everyone's been really positive for the most part I'm not really so sure Osaka also sat out Wimbledon and later in the season took another mental health break after losing at the U.S. open She lost in the third round of the Australian open which takes her to Paris Where I am right now like I've I wouldn't want to say that it's like it hasn't left my mind of course I'm still thinking about it Osaka's world ranking has fallen to number 38 mostly because of a lack of action I'm Ed
World Bee Day-Bee Intro and Wrap
"On world B day the UN's food and agriculture organization is celebrating the diversity of bees and beekeeping systems Bees are at risk from habitat loss due to farming human habitation and pesticides Beekeeper Samuel moany in Kenya says 2021 was not a good year Due to the climate coach plus we had a low cost inversion the mechanism which were used in their control it was used by spraying which affected the big keeping doctor Elliott yule a researcher at southeastern Kenya university says habitat loss is also a major issue for bees Every time you cut down trends then you get rid of nectar and pollen And this is the food for the beans And when there's no food for the bees then it leads to colonies He says livestock people agriculture people environment people and of course beekeepers must work together to save the bees I'm Ed
"ed" Discussed on TCEA's Ed Tech Club Podcast
"It and they literally give that information to the legislators and sometimes that make makes a difference too busy to to. Don't people are worried that they're gonna start asking me questions that i'm not going to know the answers. There too worried that they're too busy to do that. But even if they do not have the answer just say i'm sorry i don't know the answer but i'll get back to you and But yes they worked for you. And you're the expert in the things that you're concerned about so don't hesitate to contact their office and if it's during the session contact their office at the capital if it's if it's outside the cap the session than contact their office in the district in. That's all own line. You can find all that it's all online you can go to the texas legislature online. You can find all that information as he say. They're dealing probably within avalanches of potential legislation. Here and i imagine on a lot of things. They don't get a lot of feedback directly from constituents. So if you do reach out you might be one of the louder voices on a certain topic. I can guarantee you. That's correct unless it's a very concrete confrontational bill and none of these are so certainly I would highly encourage our listeners. If they're interested in these things to check it out. And i think also you're going to put in the notes A webpage that i've created with Our bill analysis. That i have done on the major bills and it has links to all of this stuff is well and as jennifer mentioned your homework. Check out the links she discussed. Those are down in the description. The show notes for this episode. And i know you're always looking for ways to get extra credit so don't forget to keep up with the latest latest whether it's policy or just good ideas in teaching by following. Tc on social media. Don't forget to liken. Subscribe to the podcast recommended to your friends. And if you want to go the extra mile you every educators make sure you check out. Our elementary technology conference coming up online this summer. There's still time to register and that means there's still time to get in on this fun learning event where you won't have to go through all the sessions figure out which ones right for you. They're all going to be right for you if you're an elementary educator and you can check out the sessions on the website right now go take a.
"ed" Discussed on TCEA's Ed Tech Club Podcast
"Seventies and the late two thousands. You're probably familiar with schoolhouse. Rock i know. I am a big fan and if you're familiar with schoolhouse. Rock the series of educational cartoons. You might know their hit single. I'm just a bill about how a bill becomes a law at least at the federal level. Now i won't seem that for you one because i'm not a very good singer objected to that but also because we don't have the rights to a take a minute to imagine in your head. Remember it me too anyway. I only bring that up. Because understanding the legislative process can be difficult. It can be difficult on the federal level or the state level. Luckily here at ti. We have our own legislative expert and she is joining us as our guest speaker in the club this week to discuss the texas legislature. Right now. they're in the middle of their biennial session. And they are sprinting to the finish line and they're considering a number of important educational topics topics. The tci members have been paying attention to for a long time like online assessment and broadband and more.
"ed" Discussed on The ED Show
"For Western vision and what the man behind one of the largest development organizations in the world as CEO MD of ethnic and currently sits on the board of Ed Tech along with many. He's also a partner in. To do from hundred extra. He is not. Hainan advil come on the show. Delighted to be on the show. First of all congratulations for writing a missing bone to bubba. It is actually done wonders I believe this is the second year of the book it is. You know it was actually inspired when I saw the movie Sky Fall of James Barn. was. SORTA back with the fact that the cattle James Bond was reinvented so much. And can you imagine that led to? Various. Insert into. Business Strategies analogies. So the first chapter on deems one that born and how the characters reinvented house became. So successful and a need for a business tool reinvent in the last chapters on Baba and how they're getting to be. Born to. Great sound exciting. May Not. 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Do you feel that we should also simplify Structure by align corporate to enter into the formal education deliver to mean. Maybe by allowing them to school colleges or universities or as how you would say, allowing Alexander to fill in the gap. Attitude. So I, you know I'm a believer in allowing private sector. In social sectors. Owner in a proper framework manner in a proper box with a late relations. Flood elaborate in. The social sectors in India health care education. On an example in defense we have seen recent for us at the moment rightly. So I am in full agreement and support the view that they'll allow private sector participation. In fact, they're encouraging obviously it's all cautions and. Relations. Hence. They have allowed you know financial services, massive Liberalisation with tuna fun companies coming into the insurance which at one time was considered A. Tough. sector. Long Fund. Education Women's last. It's bugbear. 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"ed" Discussed on The ED Show
"In many cases raising Equity is a lot more easier than raising tests. However, while it sounds easy, it is still tricky Equity financing occurs, when a business gives up a percentage of its ownership took investor or to investors in exchange of the capital investment in equity financing model investors takes a risk by investing in the business as if your business does not do well then the investor may lose the investment and the upside is that if the business performs well till the investor also takes the profit as per the share Capital owned by them. Businesses from all Industries can raise Equity Finance provided they have the potential to grow with the addition of investors Capital unlike dead financier Equity investor does not look for down payment rather. They look for events such as business sale or public offering Etc to capture the profits. And this is one of the reasons that startup ecosystem is mushrooming worldwide home. You can practically raise Equity financing at any stage the right from the conceptualization stage to scaling-up or growth stage. And in many cases giving investors seat at the table also brings in vain other opportunities that you may not even imagine as investors also want to see the growth of organization and hence. They not only invest Capital but in many cases they also invite expertise and network in the best interests of the organization. Now, there are many ways of how you can raise Equity financing for your institution or organization other than self-financing or taking capitals song. Family and friends and today we will discuss about a few common ways and these are seed funds Angel investment Venture Capital fund crowdfunding strategic financing and my life in financing. Let us know understand these investment opportunities in detail seed funding or seed-stage funding is a very early investment which aims at helping a business grow and generate its own Capital. It is also referred to as seed money or seed Capital investors often get Equity stake in exchange for the capital invested. The investors can themselves with the phone numbers and use their savings as seed money for their new company, which is also known as bootstrapping seed funding usually helps the early stage businesses and in a simple term, if you have a concept and you push to start your business, then you can raise please Cedar Street Capital to kick-start your business venture in case of educational institutions. They can join hands with the seat investors and may help their stakeholders dead. Eight students teachers or professors to kick-start their business ventures with the help of the early stage capital or seed Capital however for establishing the new institution seed Capital may be generally in real life by the founders themselves or in case of unique Concepts. You can also reach out to seat investors, but I'd lie seat investors may not be relevant for that as the investment required in establishing an educational institution will be on the higher side. In fact will be way higher than the seat investor will be willing to invest you may choose who raised seed investment through crowdfunding or why a corporate funds incubators accelerators convertible Securities personal funds or raising funds for our family and friends in certain cases. You may also press Angel Investors or we see them as well for the seed funding an angel investor on the other hand is often a person who invest in a new or small business venture providing capital for early-stage business page. Expansion Angel Investors are typically individuals who have spare cash available and are looking for higher rate of returns. Then would be given by more traditional Investments summer dresses work alone while other operate as a part of our Network the term Angels point out to their experience many Angel Investors are current or former Business Leaders that they want to contribute of businesses that sparked their interest when this sign on to invest they are often not only giving money but also guidance and valuable advice many engine investors also invest in education institutions as educational institution offer considered as high growth, but slow moving business ventures and in many cases Angel Investors also understand the minimum risk involved in it off and tend to invest in the institution. However, just like she you also use the angel investors or engine Network to empower and support these start-up ecosystem in your educational institutions. Venture capitalists are individuals or firms that manages funds set aside to invest in the businesses modern VC firms tend to focus on young high-growth companies with this type of equity investor differs from friends and family Angel Investors in that they are usually only interested in high value Investments almost always a few million dollar Investments thousand more when a venture capital invest in high-growth business The Venture capitalists expects to either be a member of the company's management team or sit on its board of directors there by taking an active role the operation of the business venture capital usually prefers to invest in the high-growth businesses does investing in a single institution is something that doesn't excite them. However, if you have a chain of infections or if you have clear roadmap and growth strategies in place, then you may approach the Venture Capital firm as well strategic investors on the other end are extremely similar to venture capital firms dead. And are sometimes referred to as corporate Venture Capital like the name suggests the investment made by strategic investors are often strategic in nature such as getting access to technology important to be four digit effective or anything which is crucial to the organization unlike Venture Capital firms, the investment size that strategic investor will fund may vary. For example, they could invest a smaller amount of money. Let's say $10,000 for $20,000 into something more experimental or the investment could also be massive. I have already covered counting in detail a second episode which shows how to raise donations and I suggest you to listen to that episode for better understanding on crowdfunding. However, one thing that I would like to share with you is that you can be proud funding by either selling your Innovative products or Services before its official launch or you may also choose to raise funds and view of the sale of your Equity or shares the club. Of crowdfunding gives an opportunity even to the small investors to invest even a tiniest amount of money in lieu of getting few shares or parts years in the business and hence Capital can be raised with the help of multiple investors who prefer to buy the equity with their small Investments. Mezzanine Financing on the other hand combines both debt and Equity financing in this Arrangement. The lender gives you the fund you need and in return you promised them a percentage of your business. If you default on the loan if all goes to plan you will be able to pay the loan back and keep full control of the business if things go south. They will take an ownership of the whole business going forward as you can imagine this type of arrangement is very popular in situations where the lender sees your Venture as high-risk Venture. It's also selling point for business owners. If you took his son sure you can offer the mezzanine Arrangement as a means of switching the TV apart from the mentioned investment opportunities. There are many other ways on how you can raise Equity financing. These are very common ways of raising Capital if you want me to cover the other ways of raising Capital then let me know and I'll share how other Financial Arrangements can.
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"For various purposes for creating schools colleges or universities. You can also reach out to your state or central government for obtaining subsidy or it and you also choose to run a crowdfunding campaign other than raising grants. And in fact, you already have educational institutions which are running successfully purely on grants and donations and they don't have a dining from these groups. And now the most common question asked by Approximately 80% of the Educators can be travel places using grams. You need to understand if you are capable teacher or administrator college or a university professor and you love traveling to new places that do without back pain from your own pocket with an opportunity of professional development that would enrich your experience and would even enrich your classroom. Then travel grants is just for you. But grants are not just for you travel rather. It's an application that you would love to contribute to. The obligation can be in the form of contributing. You're learning or expertise in some ways. It can be by creating lesson plans curriculum development blog post research findings training programs exchange programs and lot more or it can simply walk Fellowship just having grants are available by various State and Central government's Ministries and departments universities and nonprofit organizations and even by corporate office D criteria of the teachers Grant or travelling graphs the obligations of each brand and it's time lines are well listed on their respective websites, and I have created a little travel Grant organizations that can help you fulfill your dream of travelling the world. On an average the size of the Grand Falls in between $5,000 to $10,000 which in Indian currency is approximately 4 lakh Rupees to interpret these. However, it may also vary from the purpose and the grant-giving organization. If you want the list of such grandly organizations, then just visit my LinkedIn profile and read my recent article on Travel Guards. Can we have a format of a grant proposal but you need to understand here one thing that your Grant proposal is the key and an effective Grant proposal plays a critical role in deciding the fate of your job application. And hence. My recommendation to you is to not to use any predefined format unless it is specifically mentioned by the grant-giving organization in call for proposal off. My recommendation to you is to learn how to write an effective drug disposal and start writing the proposal by your own if you wish to learn how to create an effective and detailed project. Or proposal for obtaining a subsidy eight or a grunt then do let me know and I will create a separate episode for the same during my journey. I have come across some great Educators who have dull tedious types of non-renewable funding for various purposes for self as well as for their students or institutions. If you want me to invite them for an interactive session, then let me know and I'll be happy to reach out to them. And if you have like this podcast then to Raiders on Apple podcast and share it in your network and I will see you in the next episode. Thank you for listening Tonight Show. You can now listen to the same podcast on Apple and Google podcast or you can watch it live on YouTube and I'll see you in the next episode then stay safe and stay healthy..
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"Welcome back to the brand new episode of The Ed Show. This is the fourth episode of the TV series. And in this episode. We are going to discuss anything about subsidies and eat in this episode. We will understand. What is the meaning and purpose of a subsidiary with examples who are often get subsidy or 8 and its application process home. I hope that this episode will give you detailed Insight on this concept and I just wish you an engaging and amazing learning experience.
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"ed" Discussed on The ED Show
"Educators, we want to bring the best possible opportunities for our students. We want to take them places. We want to do everything possible to ignite the spark of inspiration. We want to provide our best infrastructure at the same time. We also want to learn explore experience and grow but we always encounter one major roadblock funding. Well not any money in this series. We are going to discover every possible way to arrange funds or to raise capital a high. It's a man's shoe and welcome to the brand new episodes of that show. Today's episode is going to be super exciting. So keep listening on Apple Spotify or all your preferred platforms. Welcome back to the brand new episode of The Ed Show. This is the third episode of The Admiral series. And in this episode. We are going to discuss anything about grants in this episode. We will understand. What is the meaning and purpose of Grants with examples different types of Grants who all can raise grants and its application process..
"ed" Discussed on The ED Show
"You can reach out to International organizations with them and they may even choose to give you see yourself and if they have international Focus while applying for the funds, you must create an effective project proposal. You may also choose to link it with the organization guidelines off or focused areas as mentioned by the organization on their website and your legalities must be completed before you apply for a CSR funding or any kind of condition. Again, we have already discussed about these leakage in the previous episode. So do listen to that episode for clarity. If you want me to create a separate podcast on how to write an effective project proposal then to share it in the comments section or share it with me on birth. Telegram group The Ed Show Community. It's a community of educators will be discussed everything related to education and where I also offer free courses on different topics. So if you are an educator, then feel free to join this group the actual Community now who all can apply for CSF and individual and educational institution and NGO or a social Enterprise can apply for CSR funds as participation guidelines of the organizations formed according to the CSR law or guidelines of the country and as mentioned you'll find all the relevant information on the corporate website. Now, let's move further thoughts are raising donation can be organizing the crowdfunding activity. There are several websites on which you can start your own crowdfunding campaign. But before you do that, you must understand it in detail in crowdfunding page out to masses and ask for their support or their involvement in your project crowdfunding is applicable in both raising funds for self or social causes or raising funds by diluting your dog. Or by selling your products or services. This is the easiest of all as it does not require you to invest on organizing a fundraising event. Neither it require you to create a project proposal or off hundreds of websites before you reach out to the right corporate but this simple looking task can be tricky as the name suggests crowdfunding. It means that you will have to reach out to masses and tell them your story. And before you do that you will have to do a lot of research you will have to present facts to the crowd. Your communication has to be well thought of and well strategized the best way is to create jobs engage in crowdfunding campaign in which your audience can see and visualize your cost by looking at the statistics right information and remember video always works best. So you can create life around your cost and make people or organization understand that why your cost matters and if they believe in your cause then you'll get all the relevant resources as a Goodwill gesture. You can also choose to offer giveaways Thursday. Example could be you create a campaign and choose different Financial categories and the donors are allowed to select the categories which are best suited for them and for each or some of the categories. You can choose the package or thank you gifts such as a t-shirt cap a good event or anything that you feel is linked to your boss and can help you widespread just like CSI individual schools and your social Enterprise educational institutions or even startups can apply for crowdfunding and the legalities. You mean the same as mentioned in the previous podcast as mentioned above the crowdfunding can also help with yours. Well, yes, if you are a start-up or an organization, which is involved in selling products or Services, then you can also start crowdfunding campaign the two most prominent campaigns for you can be raising Capital by diluting your Equity or other can be selling your products or Services. You must choose the crowdfunding category based on the goals you wish to achieve now once you launch the crowdfunding campaign then off. Shareit on the social media platforms as the key of crowdfunding is communication and the other key strength. I have curated a list of various corporate for CSR and crowdfunding platforms based on different categories. If you wish to receive the list, then simply follow me on LinkedIn and send me a message and I'll share the list with you. There are many other ways of raising donations such as starting a social media campaign and I would suggest you to link your social media campaign with the crowdfunding campaign, but you may choose to run. Otherwise the other ways can be organizing a fundraising event. Well, this can be an amazing opportunity for you to raise objections, especially when you have a regional Focus or your focus around your institution or nearby localities fundraising is an event which you can organize for different categories of people based on your cause and what you wish to achieve out of it and you should organize an even depending upon the category of people you're inviting a few examples would be that you may choose to organize a big sale. We're in you can ask the students teachers or parents to make and sell it during an event and the proceedings of such even can be utilized for the cause or you may choose to organize a college event wherein you share your cause with your top dignitaries and they may choose to support your cause with the financial donations. Fundraising is an option best suited for ngos, social places and education institutions and I ask individuals to stay away from it. You do the resources involved in organizing it now during my journey. I have come across some great Educators who have raised own age or various social causes that they care about or which we have planned along with their students. If you want me to invite them for an interactive session, then let me know and I'll be happy to reach out to them wage. If you have like this podcast then do ratings on Apple podcast and share it in the community and I'll see you in the next episode. Thank you for listening to that show. I hope it was a great learning experience for you. If you have any questions or suggestions, then do share a voice message with me on anchor down or if you are leasing this podcast on YouTube then share it in the comments section and I will address all your questions in the human decision and I'll see you in the next episode till then stay safe.
"ed" Discussed on The ED Show
"Educators, we want to bring the best possible opportunities for our students. We want to take them places. We want to do everything possible to ignite the spark of inspiration. We want to provide our best infrastructure at the same time. We also want to learn explode experience and grow but we always encounter one major roadblock funding. Well not any money in this series. We are going to discover every possible way to arrange funds or to raise capital E. Hi. It's amanchu and welcome to the brand new episodes of that show. Today's episode is going to be super exciting. So keep listening on Apple Spotify or all your preferred platforms. Welcome back to the brand new episode of The Ed Show. This is the second episode of the Edinburgh series. And in this episode. We are going to discuss off anything about donations in this episode. We will understand. What is the meaning and purpose of condition for what all purposes our donation can be raised with examples different ways of raising donations, the legalities involved in it off and who all can be his nation's. I hope this episode will give you detailed Insight on this concept and I just wish you an engaging an amazing learning experience. So let's understand donation in the previous episode. We have covered with a confirmation who all can give donations and have understood the most common ways of raising divisions. So if you have not listened to the previous episode then I suggest you to listen to the introduction to funding which was our first episode and then listen to this episode for better understanding and during this episode if you feel stuck confused, or if you have any questions, then I would suggest you to make a note of them and send me a voice off. She's using incorrect after the episode or if you are listening to this episode on YouTube then share it in the comments section and I will address all your questions in the Q&A podcast. So can't your pen and notepad ready. Let's get started in the previous episode. We have understood the following terminologies CSR fundraising crowdfunding. And in this episode, we will cover all these terminologies in detail, But before we start I would just like to mention that this episode is for you doesn't matter. If you are an educator educational institution or an entrepreneur in this episode. I will cover off everything that can help you reservation and how the donation campaign May benefit you in achieving your goals. Well, as we all know that donation is an act of giving money material time and or effort towards a specific cause but the other side of it is to raise donation to achieve your goals or your mission, you all have goals some ideas that we would like to implement wage. And aim that we would like to fulfil and we know that our I'd like and bring an impact but we will stuck as we don't have enough resources in order to achieve it. Well, that's where racing donation can be your savior. You can be an individual with a social goal or a personal goal and educational institution or social Enterprise with again a social goal that may help you make an impact and may also help you create your own brand and you know that reaching out to community will not just help you in raising resources, but will also help you. Why spread your mission? Well, when you think of a mission the two very common questions that may arise in your mind that are a from where I will get the desired resources and be how to utilize the resources for better outcomes to let me know if you want me to create a separate podcast on how to utilize resources for better outcomes. Well, let's understand the first part here. But before we go any further, I just want to share my thoughts on donations in order to direct you towards the right place. Permission is not just about doing charity or a social cause they can also be in the form of a support by diverse individuals or organizations in order to help you achieve your goal to meet social or personal understand. What a social or person got means of social goal is something that caters to the society at large a few examples could be raising funds for the education of underprivileged students raising funds for running an evening school for the children or adults creating a library or laboratory in your school or maybe for environmental causes or any other cause that you could think of that has an impact on the society a personal goal on the other hand is something that you would like to achieve either or someone concerned or for your own self. A few examples could be that you know, someone is in need and they require support it can be health-related education-related finance-related or anything that is bothering them on the other end an example of your own personal need could be the same. Had mentioned earlier or some detailed example could be let's say you bring a music teacher wish to buy a new instrument that can help you advance your career or may help your students or let's say you wish to attack any program that can help you in advancing your career. Well, the example can be endless ends. You can practically pick anything which is a concern for you that you would like to solve them understand how you can raise donations utilizing different platforms CSR. We have already covered what is a corporate social responsibility and what type of corporates are eligible to work on CSR off. So, please refer to the previous podcast for that. Now CSR is little tricky concept as it requires you to do some homework before reaching out to the right corporate for parties. Here are a few tips that will help you pick the right outfit for right funding opportunity. Now that you understand your knee and you have decided to reach out to a corporate here are few things that you need to keep in mind. Hey, it is not necessary that the corporate will give you funds dead. As they can also give you material resources an example could be that you wish to establish a computer lab and you have decided to reach out to a computer manufacturer or an IT company in this case. There could be a possibility that the company will give you all the desired resources instead of giving you finances to buy Dubai referrals be not every corporate is the right door for you. Now before you reach out to your corporate for CSR funds visit their website and read their CSR priorities and commitments as a corporate, which is too much focus on environmental issues may not give you support for other non environmental issues. See the rifle it is always advisable to reach out to a corporate which fits the requirement example an IT company for it peripherals a publishing house for books procurement. But at the same time, you must always categorize corporate under these three categories now, please understand that all these categories are defined by me in order to give you better understanding and these categories are dead. He'll corporate National corporate or an international corporate. Now. What is a regional National or International corporate original corporate is often considered as a company with regional geographical presence, but the other angle could be a company with a regional CSR Focus. I just give you an example for this considering a manufacturing plant. This can be a plant of a global brand as well. So why have I picked it underneath your brand because many a times a manufacturing plant prefer to utilize their CSR funds in and around the manufacturing facilities an example could be an automobile manufacturing plant with the national International presence, but they may choose to utilize their friends in and around their manufacturing plant and National corporate is often considered as a company with Nationwide presence, but the other angle could be a company with Nationwide seem to focus but they may prefer to utilize their funds as per the need analysis of the nation and may choose to spread it across the table. An example could be a telecom or it Service Company as they have offices across the country and they may choose to divide the CSR front across the country and international corporate is considered as a company with presence across these countries or the other angle could be a company which is headquarter all situated outside your country, but they may have a CSR focus in your country. Yes..
"ed" Discussed on The ED Show
"Let's understand what is funding or investment? And before we go any further, I would suggest you to get your pen and notepad ready to make notes of all the relevant termination fees and whatever you feel is important for you as we will be using all these terminologies in our upcoming episodes. Now, let's get started funding or investment is the effect of providing resources usually form of finances Elder material to finance a need a program or a project. It can also be in the nature of time and efforts invested Investments are majorly categorized into two broad areas repayable investment and non-repayable investment. The common type of repayable Investments have private Equity Venture Capital funds. H&i Investments bank or commercial loans birth. Bonds debentures and more and the common types of non-repayable Investments are donations. CSR funds crowdfund paid subsidies grants and more wage. Each investment opportunity has its own advantages some are easier to obtain and summer little tricky the most common source of funds generation available for educational institutions our internal funding in the form of self investment or private investment fee collection and domain and donations and the external funding are available in the form of loan paid subsidies, grass state or central government schemes private Investments hedge funds VC funds and More in education sector both repayable funds and non-repayable funds are available for all types of educational institutions the right from pre-primary to K-12 higher education to research institutions skill development institutions Polly techniques private institutions and more FAQ. And all these types of fundings are also available for the Educators as well. As I've mentioned earlier that the funds are available to fulfill a need a program or a project. Let's understand what these terms means with an example a needy or something which is essential but then desirable the basic example of he could be teaching the underprivileged students and providing them with a scholarship a program on the other end is a set of Majors or activities with a short-term or long-term lame example, you wish to develop a youth club a community engagement program or other examples can be used to organize exchange programs or training programs for students as well. As for educators a project on the other end is an initiative taken in order to achieve something concrete. This can be both materialistic or non-materialistic some examples of project-based funding can be funds to establish a new infrastructure or upgrade or upkeep an existing infrastructure while other examples can be research project or job. This project while these terminologies varies from organization to organization and hence, but all we should focus on is various types of funding or investment opportunities. Let us understand a non-repayable funds and detail most common type of non-repairable is a donation in a label language a donation is something that is given for a charity or for a cause and effect individual or organization can give donation some of the common ways to raise donations are a donation appeal organizing a fundraiser event organizing a crowdfunding campaign or corporate social responsibility and more you can organize a donation campaign to fulfil any cause that your education institution is supporting or you as educators are supporting an exact thing could be that you are offering free education or education resources to the underprivileged students or you are working for the upliftment of the neighborhood slums or your students are organized off. The Community Development or Community engagement project. Now, let us understand different ways of raising donations and throw some light on fundraisers CSR and crowdfunding a fundraiser or a fundraising events primary purpose is to raise funds for a cause charity or non-profit in a fundraising event. You can invite local community your alumini or who's who where they can come and understand about your cause and can donate as per your own willingness CSR on the other end stands for corporate social responsibility as per the guidelines any corporate which is generating sufficient amount of Revenue is liable to give back to the society and the giving back is called Corporate social responsibility in India. Any company will return of or 1,000 crore or with the total net worth of 500 corrosion or within net profit of five girls in any given Financial here is responsible to contribute to percent of their net profit towards him. In development or social causes now these guidelines again varies from country to Country. And if you are listening this podcast from any other country, then you must check the guidelines in order to reach out to the right corporate for CSR funding. Crowdfunding on the other end generally means arranging the funds through multiple means or individuals. This can means arranging both repayable investment by diluting your Equity or non-repayable funding of organizing the donation campaign. If you are an education institution, then these documentation you must have before you apply for any donation campaign. You must have a non-profit set up which would be of the education institutions have an India as we stablish our institutions under Express Society or a Section 8 company along with the nonprofit set up. We should have a TG and or job application. Now these certifications our tax exemption certificates while eighties is applicable for any donation that you are receiving from India. SE are on the other hand is applicable. If you are receiving donations from other countries in India only play schools are not bound to follow the nonprofit structure, but they can also raise donations for a cause with no special certifications while educators are not bound to have any of these certificates. If they're raising the donations in their own name, but they must have a tax ID or pan number. These regulations are again different, you know from countries to countries. So you must consult a legal representative or Explorer in your country before you raise any donation. Let us understand some other types of non-repayable funds. A subsidy a subject is actually a kind of an aid relief or a benefit given to an individual business or institution usually by the government in the form of cash payment or tax deduction off. This is usually given to remove some kind of burden and is often considered to be in the overall interest of the public some of the examples are committed. It's cool where in government plays some kind of financial aid to the established institution or the other example could be if you remember in recent past our state governments have paid subsidies for installation of solar power grids or solar plants in school says The other form of non-repairable invest investment is a grant. A grant is a sum of money or material given by the government or any other Organization for a particular purpose. For example a library Grant can be given for the construction of a new library off or for the repair or upkeep of an existing library or for buying the new books for the library in case of grand purpose mentioned in the grant proposal defines the kind of grant that the education is education or an educator may receive let us understand some repayable Investments the most common type of repayable funding is dead dead can be a various types again. You may be familiar with some of these terms and some might be new to you. So make a note of it. The common type of debt is a loan a loan is a form of debt incurred by an individual or an organization which in our case is an educational institution or an educational company or as Educators you as a borrower receives a loan from A lender A lender is usually a bank and off. Banking financial institution a corporation or the government in return the borrower agrees to certain set of.
"ed" Discussed on Growing Higher Ed Leaders
"Yeah I I. I talked to people about this a lot in and talk about the idea of I want people to be to be honest with us around. If you're starting to look let's talk. Let's maybe there are other opportunities because I think those of us who are in higher. Ed know that those it's hard to kind of keep moving up within a particular organization and people always look at me like are you crazy. You're helping them go. Get another job in an and I don't know maybe it's the educators in us that are wanting to serve our art our staff our teams to help them grow and just kind of a recognition. Ignition of just how hard and challenging that can be in higher ed so It's good to when I hear other people take that same approach of hey I wanna find line what's best especially for those folks that are superstars when you're a servant leader. That's what it's about it's about helping people achieve their goals and dreams and sometimes that means they have to leave you to be able to do that but if we're helping them in the one of the things. I think we have to remember that as a leader if you get a reputation reputation where you help other people advance and achieve their goals and dreams regardless of whether it's on your team or not the superstars are GonNa WanNa come to work for you. Because they know you're going to help them get ahead so while it may be short term sacrifice. I believe it pays dividends in the long run when you have reputation to be a leader that helps your team members go where they want to go. And you'll end up. It'll be easier to recruit the superstars to your team. And it's just like the coach who football's example. The coach who continually is helping assistant coaches become head coaches. They leave the organization but they become a head coach. We'll it can be real easy for that coach to recruit the best assistance in America because they're continually helping them get where they want to go. I think the same on our campuses if we get that reputation and we build that credibility is someone who helps develop people the more people are going to want to come work for us. Okay so as we wrap up what what are some challenges you see with new administrators that are coming into higher. Ed and what would be your advice to them. I know you you you kind of gave a little bit of advice early on but there's something that you're really seeing a lot of As you bring on new new administrators into your or your organizational units. That that you think that people need need to be aware of or that you'd like to provide some advice around. Yeah and there are a couple of things I think about with with new leaders one is having the security and maybe the belief in yourself to say I don't know and I I find that's really hard hard for new leaders because they're trying to establish credibility they're trying to establish themselves as the leader but one of the worst things we can do his pretend to know the answer because it actually can erode credibility more quickly than than you establish it so Having having the security to to be able to say I don't know what do you think how would you handle. Is I think the sign of a really strong leader now but a really difficult thing for new leaders to do I guess similarly related to that is do you have to balance that security that confidence so that it's not perceived as arrogance K.. So you also. I think there's a really fine line. Between confidence and our teams want to seek confidence because that instills hope especially in times of crisis right. They WANNA see somebody. He's competent. WHO believes in themselves? WHO's not scared about the crisis of the issue at hand Eh? But if we're to confident They sense arrogance and I think that it's difficult for people people to follow arrogant leaders. And maybe what I would say to anyone who listens is where I think. The line crosses from confidence to arrogance his confidences. This I believe in myself but I care about you. The era gance tends to be more. I believe in myself and I care I about myself. It's I believe in myself in his where I WANNA go. And here's how I'm going to get there. Were confidence is more I'm I believe in myself. I have a clear direction on where we're going as a team team and I'm going to help us get there but we're gonNA get together and I'm going to help you get to your goals and your dreams what you want to achieve and so I think for new leaders being being aware of that line is something that's absolutely critical because leadership as it's sort of in its most basic form. It's creating willing followers and I use the word willing because I think managers have followers. I have to follow because of the title and where you are on. The organization chart leaders have willing followers. Worked they choose to because they want to and often that that they choose to because of how much we care about helping them and how much they they feel like we value them appreciate them. So and maybe this kind of moving into the the last Advice for new leaders the go out and create willing followers create. Be The leader that people want to follow and you do that. I think through your passion and enthusiasm for what you do and your ability to care about the people you lead lead and I think then you create not just willing followers you also create passionate followers. Who are really committed to the organization and the team team and I think that's I think when you do that? It's a lot of fun like I love. I love being allowed in leadership because I think it's incredibly incredibly rewarding to help people achieve their goals and dreams and if that's how we approach our leadership I think the rewards are just fantastic. Well what a great way to end. Jim thanks a lot for being guest on the show. My guest today was Dr Jim Earl Associate Vice. Chancellor for business and Auxiliary Services is at the University of Pittsburgh and author of one hundred yards of success leadership lessons from college football. A link to the book can be found in this episode's show notes you learn more about Jim at. JV EARL DOT com. That's J. V. E. A. R. L. E. DOT COM or follow him on twitter at. JV Earl Jim. Thanks a lot thank you. I love the idea behind your show. I think it's going to be incredibly valuable to a lot of higher education leaders. All right thanks a lot yeah. Well that'll wrap things up for this episode of the growing higher. Ed Leaders podcast. I'd like to thank my guest. Dr Jim Earl again for joining us this episode. Make sure to subscribe Dr and share with friends and colleagues on Apple podcasts or stitcher. Don't forget you can find the show on facebook and Instagram at growing higher leaders and of course follow us on twitter at H. E. leaders pod. That's at H. E. leaders he o d and as always you can learn all about my guests and stay up to date with everything happening with the show at growing higher ED LEADERS DOT COM until next time be well and he throwing in this has been the growing higher ED leaders podcast to learn more about this episode against recommend a future guests for the show and to subscribe visit. WWW the higher ed leaders dot Com..
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"Of Student Affairs at Claremont Amonte McKenna College in California and before joining Claremont Mckenna College in two thousand sixteen. She spent much of her career at university where she oversaw eighteen departments in student affairs and was responsible for the management of nearly sixty professional administrative staff. Please welcome to the show. Dr Sharon Basso Sharon. It's great to have you hello. JP likewise great to see you and it's absolutely wonderful to connect with you. And as I said when I invited you to the show I wanted you to be my I guess because I owe my entire career and this whole path to you And from our work back at Lee high and I think it's a great place place to start the show by just having you talk a little bit about your path higher education. And what led you there perfect. I think I wanNA start start just with complimenting you a bit on first of all the idea for the concept of this podcast I think I hope it'll be very valuable. Valuable for a lot of professionals in the field entry level mid level and beyond I am because I think it's a gap You know having those conversations in having the ability to talk here listen so Kudos to you for that. I think that's really wise. I'm not surprised at all. Your Owl's innovator. So thank you for the opportunity. Thank thank you So my career path into higher education maybe for some listeners out there they'll feel a little bit of kinship but it's not When I would say typical in that Many times you'll hear that students as undergraduates who really involved in student government or where are as or somehow however connected in with The student life experience on their campus. I was an undergraduate in nineteen seventy nine to nineteen eighty three. So I think I think the temporal nature of that is important What was going on in Student Affairs as a field in that time period very different than what was going on? What's going on? Now what's what's been going on in the last two decades We had a dean of students there. and the director of student activities. But not much else as far as infrastructure especially at a small private Liberal Arts College But it was a great experience for me as an undergraduate. I was a student athlete. I was on the women's basketball team And I was a psychology major and Those were my two main affiliations. I would say I also was. I went to college. which was predominantly a predominantly Greek eternity sorority college? At that time as well I think maybe forty percent of students were involved in Greek life and I was not a Greek life student. I was filleted again as a student. Athlete and not Not as a student fraternity organization. And so I. That was my sort of student experience experience and it was not very involved with student affairs at all as a concept but I was very passionate about My psychology major and really over the four years of my undergraduate experience really started to develop a desire to go into counseling. Profession realizing need a graduate degree for that I graduated from college. I needed to work. Earn some money and ended ended up working as a payroll manager in Human Resources Department for a construction company. My first job out of college and that was Literally there was a very very difficult job. Nineteen eighty-three when I graduated in. It was literally the the only thing that I could find. That was even remotely in the field of sort of Psychology if you will in the human resources arena So I worked for about a year and a half in that role while I was applying to graduate schools to go for my counseling also degree. The first time I really Understood I think this profession of Student Affairs was when I entered my Counseling Masters Program at Shippensburg University. Actually it was at the time in nineteen eighty three it was one of the few accredited counseling programs on the East Coast So that's why I chose that school and courses that I was in in my masters in Counseling Program Had other students in them that were in this masters in Higher Education Administration or student personnel program. It was called back then and I literally really realized. Wow there's hall directors. There's people that for a living do this work And as a result ended up doing a double masters a Ah took some overlapping courses practicum. And did my masters in counseling and my masters in Higher Ed Administration at the same time with additional courses And my first job than Was a counselor a psychological counselor in a counseling center on the college campus at Fairleigh Dickinson University New Jersey And then from there we can talk more about my path from that first job. It was a living job because they could only pay thirteen thousand dollars so they provided of housing and as living in I got some experience also with the resident slave in some exposure to the student activities in the evening. Because you're literally on the campus The Dean of students there the time also our director student activities left and after about a year and a half into the counseling. Counseling GIG I was asked if I would wanNA come over and services shooting activities director and so I made that jump across from the counseling degree To these universal and then from there I and then I ended up Lee for quite a long time about twenty twenty twenty eight twenty nine years and in that time I served many capacities in the student affairs. One three content areas of academic success Conduct students with disabilities services student activities advising student government. Which is where I came to you the best And eventually dean of students in that spot. So that's kind of path through to student affairs kind of a little bit by accident through the counseling process but the council degree has surgery every single day. I'm sure especially in a row like a special enrolling well for those that don't know Claremont McKenna. College is a private the Liberal Liberal Arts College located about thirty minutes outside of Los Angeles. You enroll approximately thirteen hundred undergraduate students on your particular campus and I know there's quite an interesting story about Claremont McKenna. In the consortium you belong to and hope you'll talk a little bit more about that And currently serve as the vice president of Student Affairs talked a little bit about your role on a campus like CMC for sure. Let me talk a little a little bit. About the the consortium Claremont McKenna College sits continuously located with four other undergraduate took colleges Mudd College Scripps College. Pomona College Pitzer College those four along with Claremont McKenna college makeup. This consortium of the Claremont colleges each of our five colleges is an independent. College has their own board of trustees their own president thrown governing body. Their own students thrown admissions process. So do they are a typical liberal arts college but they are located sharing boundaries if you on the same footprint and Our our students said each of those five colleges have really the benefits of being at a small private Liberal Arts College with the advantage of having Five that those together so for example they can eat it any of the dining halls on five of the campuses They can take courses at each of the campuses and still have a home. Campus mm-hmm. So that's a really fascinating experience. I have four counterparts. Have four other vice presidents that I can work with regularly and we do meet every two weeks so I have a little bit of a professional support network right here. Each of the colleges has a little bit of a niche even Liberal Arts Harvey Mudd the Science and engineering in stem fields and Claremont McKenna. College where I am really has a significant amount of majors in economics international relations government Psychology to its liberal arts but it has some focus shirt science program. But it's an amazing place it's been really energizing and my role. Here is a combination of a.
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"To Boston in university and and working career services there and I was overseeing the career services in the business school there for about a year and then I was asked has to take on a larger role as an associate Dean for student experience at services overseeing all of the student services functions for all the programs in the business school so from Undergrad. It all the way through graduate. And it's been a great opportunity. I can still hold that position as of this episode It provides great challenges every single day. I get to work with amazing people. And that's really the most important thing about this journey and along the way I've have had the opportunity to work with amazing people for amazing people and what I started to realize as I've recently sort of reflected on my own career are and how lead others and how I work with others. I realized that I have had amazing. Opportunities to be men toward toward and supervised by some really amazing people that each in their own way have imparted various pieces of wisdom And I've taken bits and pieces from each of their styles to craft my own style But that does not mean that I'm done learning and in and in fact every single day with each new challenge comes new opportunities to learn from those around us and I started thinking. Wow maybe not. Everybody has those same opportunities to have great mentorship great supervision and great opportunities to learn about their our own capabilities as leaders in higher education. Maybe not everybody has the opportunity to learn about the various aspects of higher education in or their institutions. And I started thinking about my own path and thinking about that if it weren't for some of these amazing leaders that I've worked with I may not have had those same opportunities or that same exposure to the various aspects of a higher education institution. And I thought that is a gap that needs to be closed and so as I said at the top of the show will having been Or having had the opportunity to do radio in college and having that passion for communications I thought. Let's start a podcast. Let's start an opportunity for today's rising aspiring leaders in higher education to learn from some of the best minds in higher ed today from a variety of different departments across institutions and have each episode. Almost be like a peek into the life of someone who works in Higher Ed as an opportunity to grow and learn in from all the experiences of others. The mistakes that we've made along the way and pass along some of this knowledge to help with those who are in this crazy world of higher education learn and grow as aspiring leaders in higher education. So the the plan each episode is that I will have a new guest on. We'll do an interview for about thirty to forty five minutes and and we'll talk about the lessons. They've learned their career paths advice to generate the next generation of leaders and talk cabal The the things that they see as changing in higher education the landscape in higher. Ed is changing all the time we see that quite a bit these days In Higher Education is certainly under fire in a lot of ways and so Each conversation should bring a little bit of insight. Eight into higher education colleges and the inner workings in pass on that new knowledge to you the listener to this podcast broadcast. We will bring guests on from every different aspect of the institution whether it be from the academic academic side working within a college student affairs. Public Relations The business function Auxiliary services you name it. They are so many opportunities in higher education to match the backgrounds and the aspirations of of those who are working in higher ed that it's important to to get those Key learnings from all of those various individuals that work in today's institutions of higher learning. So we'll have a variety have guests. You can always request guest. You can request a guest at our website which is www dot growing higher ed leaders dot Com. And you'll see the menu option there to request guest and if you've had the experience of having a great leader work with you and you feel that others could learn from that same person. I think it'd be great to bring them on the show and so so you can request a guest on the website. I will reach out to them. Invite them to the show and hopefully we'll have a an amazing conversation that we can pass on to others. As I said this is something new. I hope that you will listen and subscribe. Describe to the PODCAST. So that you are up to date with all the latest episodes I hope that we have the opportunity to grow and learn together as I said I've had amazing opportunities. I've been incredibly fortunate to have great growth opportunities into variety of leadership roles and I know that every single day I learned from the day that I just had the challenges I faced and try to bring in new learning thing that I take from that day into every day of my working life and I hope that this podcast each episode can help you take in some of that same learning and apply. Lie that your your daily life as well as hopefully find opportunities for growth within higher education so listen subscribe subscribe share with colleagues friends will learn together and it will truly be hopefully an exciting and regular opportunity for us to learn as always you can visit the website growing higher leaders dot com where you can fine previous episodes request a guest learn more about the guests that will have on the show. Get each episode's notes and of course as always subscribe so for. Now that's it that's the introduction. That's what we're going to do on the growing higher leaders podcast cast. I hope you'll continue to listen. Subscribe share with friends requests guests and I truly look forward to embarking on this journey with with each of you as we continue to grow as leaders in higher education. And I'll see you next time. This has been the growing hired leaders podcast to learn more about this episode's guest recommend a future guests for the show and subscribe visit. WWW w. w. dot growing higher ED LEADERS DOT COM..
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"Welcome to the growing higher. Ed Leaders podcast conversations for aspiring leaders in higher education breath. Now here's your host JP Matijevic Hello. Everybody welcome to the show. My name is Jay not check in this episode zero of the growing higher ED leaders podcast very excited to start this new adventure into podcasting casting. I've had incredible experiences in radio and and whatnot in college But even more importantly have had great experiences in the world of higher education. And I'm excited to bring to listeners. The stories from today's Today's leaders in higher education in an effort to educate and help and mentor the new generation or the next generation of higher education leadership..
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