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Every week join host and Ivy League grad Ben Peters for conversations regarding college admissions, academic success, and career development. Great podcast for those aged 16-30, and parents of students.

Latest Episodes

Episode 55 | Jen Randolph Reise | JD Navigator

Jen Randolph Reise is a securities and corporate governance attorney by training. She is in private practice at Briggs and Morgan, a large Minneapolis firm, and has worked in-house as SEC and compliance counsel at a public company. She also teaches business law courses as an adjunct/affiliated professor at Mitchell Hamline School of Law and has founded a tech-ed startup called JD Navigator to help lawyers, law students, and prospective law students chart their course: that is, to get the information they need to make the career decisions that are right for them. Join Jen and I for a great conversation on law school, careers in law, and career fulfillment!

-1 sJUN 19
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Episode 55 | Jen Randolph Reise | JD Navigator

Episode 54 | Robert Stucky: Engineering, Baseball, and Life

· Robert's experience growing up in San Diego [1:50]· What Robert is up to now with his job [3:55]· What his experience was like playing baseball and having the opportunity to almost play at the little-league world series [5:46]· Other involvements in middle school and high school [8:06]· Leadership and volunteering experiences [10:05]· How the FCA and his faith helped Robert with his life journey [12:15]· Robert's college application list [17:41]· How he got involved at Baylor University [20:48]· Whether he knew he wanted to be a mechanical engineer; how his professional interest evolved over the last four year at Baylor [24:00]· Life after Baylor [27:45]· Moving into a tiny house [30:40]

-1 sMAY 6
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Episode 54 | Robert Stucky: Engineering, Baseball, and Life

Episode 53 | Fatty Sundays: a tale of two sisters

www.fattysundays.comNow featured in the Cornell Store as well as all over the web, Fatty Sundays is a pretzel bakery brought to you by Lauren Borowick and her sister Ali. I am proud to release this episode on National Pretzel Day! These pretzels are amazing—believe me, I’ve tried almost all of their flavors. I originally intended to share, but that didn’t happen for obvious reasons. I highly recommend you head over to their website and pick up several bags of toffee pretzel bites and variety samplers—they are even offering free shipping for National Pretzel Day!Join Lauren, Ali, and me for a conversation on entrepreneurship, finding a business partner who complements your skill-set, and how these two sisters were able to make their business a success in the immediate wake of Lauren’s business education at Cornell and Ali’s time as a graphic designer at Equinox. I am proud to call these two ladies my friends and couldn’t be more excited to watch their business grow into the future. Enjoy the show, and check them out at www.FattySundays.com!

-1 sAPR 26
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Episode 53 | Fatty Sundays: a tale of two sisters

Latest Episodes

Episode 55 | Jen Randolph Reise | JD Navigator

Jen Randolph Reise is a securities and corporate governance attorney by training. She is in private practice at Briggs and Morgan, a large Minneapolis firm, and has worked in-house as SEC and compliance counsel at a public company. She also teaches business law courses as an adjunct/affiliated professor at Mitchell Hamline School of Law and has founded a tech-ed startup called JD Navigator to help lawyers, law students, and prospective law students chart their course: that is, to get the information they need to make the career decisions that are right for them. Join Jen and I for a great conversation on law school, careers in law, and career fulfillment!

-1 sJUN 19
Comments
Episode 55 | Jen Randolph Reise | JD Navigator

Episode 54 | Robert Stucky: Engineering, Baseball, and Life

· Robert's experience growing up in San Diego [1:50]· What Robert is up to now with his job [3:55]· What his experience was like playing baseball and having the opportunity to almost play at the little-league world series [5:46]· Other involvements in middle school and high school [8:06]· Leadership and volunteering experiences [10:05]· How the FCA and his faith helped Robert with his life journey [12:15]· Robert's college application list [17:41]· How he got involved at Baylor University [20:48]· Whether he knew he wanted to be a mechanical engineer; how his professional interest evolved over the last four year at Baylor [24:00]· Life after Baylor [27:45]· Moving into a tiny house [30:40]

-1 sMAY 6
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Episode 54 | Robert Stucky: Engineering, Baseball, and Life

Episode 53 | Fatty Sundays: a tale of two sisters

www.fattysundays.comNow featured in the Cornell Store as well as all over the web, Fatty Sundays is a pretzel bakery brought to you by Lauren Borowick and her sister Ali. I am proud to release this episode on National Pretzel Day! These pretzels are amazing—believe me, I’ve tried almost all of their flavors. I originally intended to share, but that didn’t happen for obvious reasons. I highly recommend you head over to their website and pick up several bags of toffee pretzel bites and variety samplers—they are even offering free shipping for National Pretzel Day!Join Lauren, Ali, and me for a conversation on entrepreneurship, finding a business partner who complements your skill-set, and how these two sisters were able to make their business a success in the immediate wake of Lauren’s business education at Cornell and Ali’s time as a graphic designer at Equinox. I am proud to call these two ladies my friends and couldn’t be more excited to watch their business grow into the future. Enjoy the show, and check them out at www.FattySundays.com!

-1 sAPR 26
Comments
Episode 53 | Fatty Sundays: a tale of two sisters

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