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College Career and Beyond - Season 1
33 minutes | Oct 28, 2021
Chef Glenn Smith talks about Vaccine, Soaring Food Prices, and Staring a Business.
Chef Glenn Smith talks about Vaccine, Soaring Food Prices, and Staring a Business. To connect with Glenn reach him at https://www.linkedin.com/in/glenn-smith-30024b111,
22 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Earn $25,000 per year while studying Cyber Security at CSU, with all tuition paid.
Charles Rouse from CSU-SB discusses Cyber Security, which offers a $25,000 full scholarship per year and is a high-demand career with a dire need for trained specialists.
26 minutes | Sep 30, 2021
Kayla and Shelly talk Vaccine, COVID from a Student’s Perspective
Kayla and Shelly talk Vaccine, COVID from a Student’s Perspective. Brought to you by YLINC, NALEO and hosted by Alex Avila
53 minutes | May 2, 2021
CCAB with Dr. Michael A. Sequeira. The Truth about COVID-19, and Vaccine.
Learn the truth about COVID-19, what happened with Johnson & Johnson, what's really inside the Moderna vaccine, and more with our specialist and Public Health Official, Dr. Michael A. Sequeira. You can listen to this episode on Apple Podcast, Spotify, CastBox, and more. Don't forget to check out my website at https://www.avilaproduction.com.
19 minutes | Mar 20, 2021
COVID – What’s going to happen next
In this episode: I will share my personal experience with catching COVID, how the vaccine will change how we interact, what it will mean when schools open up, and who should be careful. I made this episode in under 20 minutes during my lunch break. I needed a mental break from the 6 to 8-hour zooms I have been attending, daily, all week. I hope you will enjoy this quick bit. All the best, Alex Avila
109 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
Learn how Maxine Hughes overcame all odds to become a therapist and opened up her own practice
On this podcast, we learn how a brave soul challenged all odds to make her dream come true. Listen all the way to the end. Learn how you can open up your practice, and easily make over $200 an hour making a difference in people’s lives. Her career is not only COVID proof but it […]
55 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Marian Ragsdale, a single mother, entrepreneur, & special needs advocate
Meet Marian Ragsdale, a single mother, entrepreneur, special needs advocate. Marian has worked with children for over a decade. She's open up a daycare facility, was a family case manager, has a master's degree in special education, and worked as a behavioral specialist for children with developmental disabilities. She's dedicated her life to motherhood, professionalism, and student advocacy. Listen now! http://www.avilaproduction.com/
47 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Jatori Harris, a devoted father, family man, entrepreneur, and former foster youth
Meet Jatori Harris, a devoted father, family man, entrepreneur, former foster youth, and community advocate. Learn how he overcame his challenges and now dedicates his life to helping others—listen to him on my podcast College Career and Beyond. http://www.avilaproduction.com/
41 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Terrance Stone: Becoming the CEO
Check out one of our prominent Black leaders making a difference in our community Terrance Stone with Young Visionaries: Youth Leadership Academy, on this episode of College Career and Beyond with your host Alex Avila. To learn more about how to support go to http://yvyla-ie.org/site/.
95 minutes | Sep 12, 2020
Facing This Head On; Black Artist Surviving During the Pandemic with Dr. Kathryn M. Ervin, and George Hammons
This episode explores Black Art and how the physical performance space is being reimagined during this pandemic. Learn about the tips and tricks of staying artistic and how to prepare for this era's present and post-COVID-19 shutdown. Our featured guests are Dr. Kathryn M. Ervin Artist Educator in the Department of Theatre Arts at California State University, San Bernadino. A director and acting teacher, her special interest is in theatre for marginalized populations. She is a member and past president of the Black Theatre Network, a fellow of The California Arts Project, and active in several national theatre organizations. George Hammons is a social entrepreneur, author, poet, photographer, and event coordinator.
52 minutes | Jul 5, 2020
From Gangs, Prison, to CEO of a Multi-Million dollar Non-Profit Helping the Community Young Visionaries: Youth Leadership Academy.
From Gangs, Prison, to CEO of a Multi-Million Dollar Non-profit helping out the community Terrance Stone of Young Visionaries with your host Alex Avila
45 minutes | Jun 25, 2020
Young Black College Female Entrepreneurs from the hardships of San Bernardino
34 minutes | Jun 9, 2020
Priscilla Brown Founder & CEO of Queens in Position
Our guest today is Priscilla Brown Founder & CEO of Queens in Position. She is an advocate for women and children who have been victims of abuse and violence. She also works with Young Visionaries CEO Terrance Stones. Priscilla was raised around drugs, violence, and gang culture. Hear how she survives with issues of addicted […]
2 minutes | May 10, 2020
Parents Are Cool Podcast
Welcome to Parents Are Cool Podcast. On this podcast we will discuss everything from having children, labor, what products to buy, economic impacts, mental- social – and physical health, potty training, teaching your kids at home, co-parenting, divorces, successful marriages, school and how they impact your children, fashion tips and tricks, how to increase and […]
2 minutes | May 9, 2020
PAC Parents Are Cool podcast
1 minutes | May 8, 2020
Season 2 College Career and Beyond
12 minutes | Jul 20, 2019
Episode 8. Katrina Clark: Trying to Survive College.
Episode 8 is with Katrina Clark. She talks about how she is still trying to survive in the college atmosphere as most of her siblings and family members have already dropped out. College Career and Beyond is a podcast exploring issues of academic, economic, political, and social struggles. We will look at how technological advancements […]
36 minutes | Jul 18, 2019
Man vs Machine: how humans have lost the battle to the machine.
In this episode Man vs Machine, we explore the challenges with Neuralink’s recent announcement on July 17, 2019. CNET has access to the presentation given by Ellon Musk about the company’s new exciting innovation. Neuralink has the capacity to surgically implant a robot into your brain. Listen to my podcast to hear what I think […]
39 minutes | Jun 28, 2019
8 yrs old entrepreneur starts soap company after the death of her father and brings awareness to gun violence
Meet an 8 yrs old entrepreneur who started her own soap company. She was inspired after the death of her father, who was shot in his car a couple weeks before Thanksgiving. Now her company raises revenue to help other children and families who have been victims of gun violence. You can place your support […]
37 minutes | Jun 27, 2019
Episode 6, part two, From inmates to Spiritual Entrepreneurs
Part Two,“From inmates to Spiritual Entrepreneurs”, meet two young men who served 12 to 15 years in prison, from two completely different backgrounds, who have dedicated their lives to helping others. We talk about trauma, mental illness, gangs, rehabilitation, civil integration, and starting a business. Check out their website: https://www.jesusfollowr.com/ College Career […]
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