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Many of our guests come to the conversation with years, if not decades, of experience in the social good sector. Today, we thought we’d shake things up and hear from changemakers of a different demographic. In this episode, ABSI Connect’s Elise Martinoski, a recent university graduate, sat down with three of her peers: Maya Pajevic, Sally Njoroge, and Xander Jensen, to discuss their experiences engaging with changemaking as students and recent graduates.

Students and youth bring unique perspectives to the table when it comes to changemaking. Whether from theory they’ve learned in class or knowledge they gained through a fellowship or work term or volunteer experience, they are often equipped with bold ideas or big questions and are ready to hit the ground running and change the world post-grad. But what does it mean to ‘change the world’? How do we do that? Where do we even start? Are we qualified to do such a thing? These are some of the thoughts Elise often hears when she chats with other recent grads and emerging changemakers. So, she decided to sit down with three other Mount Royal University students and recent graduates to hear from them what it’s been like to learn about social innovation in the classroom, the experiences they’ve had translating this knowledge into the workforce, and their hopes for the world of changemaking.

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Recorded, edited, and produced by Elise Martinoski of ABSI Connect. Music by the Fort McMurray youth of the SoundForce Collective.

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