My Food Job Rocks!
About This Show
There is very little awareness of what the people in the food industry actually do. This stems back to the lack of knowledge and awareness of the range of degree courses and programs available that will equip them for a career in food.
My FoodJobRocks! by Adam Yee is the first podcast of its kind that allows listeners to hear directly from people who are in the food industry and have a passion for what they do. They share how they became involved in food and describe what it is they do, plus a few more fun questions just to keep things entertaining. Listen to them here, and stay tuned for a new episode every Monday.
Most Recent Episode
Ep. 101 - It's a Marathon, Not a Sprint with Nicole Gallace, Founder of Foodgrads
5 days ago
So this is kinda cool, if you recall our very first episode, we interviewed Nicole, and now, artistically timed, we interview her after 100 episodes. This episode is a bit different because it’s a return guest, and it’s much more conversational. Especially because Nicole and I know each other well, and talk fairly frequently A lot of podcasts do this, especially those with the same networks. I actually find these episodes really enjoyable because it’s like two friends having a conversation about life. I hope you find the discussion we have warm and inviting. However, we do bring up some really cool topics of discussion. We start off with a discussion on social media, then we reminisce about the growth of both Foodgrads and My Food Job Rocks. However, I would say the most important topic in this episode is about how scientists can communicate better, and what part Nicole and I play in this. Key Takeaways Nicole and I discuss the journey of growing our projects The debate on what to support in science How to get noticed on social media Other Links Linkedin Foodstirs Guelph University 3 to 5 years of industry experience is a good area where people can relate to Young people think they’re either too special or not good enough Imposter Syndrome - Nobody feels like an expert Gary Vaynerchuk Spoon University Lin Carson Bakerpedia Katie Jones Zooey Deschenel Elenor Batalini A blog is not a scientific paper