Government And Organizations Podcasts

The Cheshire (Pod)Cast show

The Cheshire (Pod)CastJoin Now to Follow

Created as an informational outlet, for fun and amusement, Hosts Corey and Tricia discuss some of their town’s (Cheshire, CT) current issues. A couple of desks, some microphones, audio equipment, an iPad, and computers surround the two—everything they need to record the Cheshire Cast. Join them as they discuss town happenings and current events and share their opinions on the different topics.

By Corey & Tricia

The CIG Insider NJ Podcast show

The CIG Insider NJ PodcastJoin Now to Follow

The CIG Insider NJ Podcast, a brand-new joint venture brought to you by Capital Impact Group and Insider NJ, focuses on the stories behind the headlines in New Jersey politics. Host Paul Crupi sits down with the State’s most influential political leaders and personalities for insightful conversations that delve into the guest’s background, defining career moments, and major life influences that brought them to where they are today. Tune in for fascinating stories, surprising anecdotes, and revelatory interviews with the people that live and breathe New Jersey politics. Questions or comments? I'm on Twitter @paul_crupi www.cignj.com www.insidernj.com

By Paul Crupi

Getting To Work show

Getting To WorkJoin Now to Follow

Getting To Work is the official podcast of NCI Works. NCI Works' mission is to work hand-in-hand with business, service, government, education and non-profit organizations to enable workers to work and businesses to compete. To learn more, visit http://www.nciworks.org/

By NCI Works

Technologist Talk show

Technologist TalkJoin Now to Follow

Half a million open positions working with technology go unfilled in the U.S. during any given quarter – a workforce crisis that threatens to worsen over time as 10s of 1000s of Baby Boomers retire. Who will plug this “Tech Skills Gap?” Technologists -- workers with the optimal mix of hard technical skills and soft business skills for this digital age. Where will we find them? The answers may surprise you. Join Charles Eaton, CEO of Creating IT Futures, CompTIA’s workforce charity, as he and his expert guests explain and explore issues, ideas and initiatives involved in nurturing our nation’s next wave of technologists.

By Technologist Talk

Talent Magnet show

Talent MagnetJoin Now to Follow

Welcome to Talent Magnet- brought to you by Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council, the podcast where we help businesses become talent magnets by focusing on recruitment, training, and retention best practices. Your hosts are Michele Winn and Sytease Geib from the Thurston County Chamber’s Workforce Division.

By Talent Magnet

SCV Means Business show

SCV Means BusinessJoin Now to Follow

Welcome to SCV Means Business, the official podcast of the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation. Stay tuned as President & CEO Holly Schroeder interviews business leaders and explores the many ways that companies connect and contribute to their community.

By Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation

Hey! Thats My Hummus! show

Hey! Thats My Hummus!Join Now to Follow

A Jewish man and a Muslim woman discuss American life, politics and culture. No hummus is harmed in the making of this podcast.

By Mike Scheinberg & Faiqa Khan

UrRepublic show

UrRepublicJoin Now to Follow

Get ready to hear what nobody else is going to tell you: TRUTH that is raw, unfiltered, dirty and sometimes stank in! Autry J. Pruitt hosts this is Hard-hitting social/political commentary that goes from Main Street to Wall Street. More than just a guy who can talk, he brings a full set of qualifications to bear on the world of the strange, unfair, or just plain stupid, and he is not afraid to tell it like it is!

By Autry J. Pruitt

No Party System » podcast show

No Party System » podcastJoin Now to Follow

No Party System hopes to start a grass root movement of getting everyone involved. We hope to educate and open the debate on the current status of our country and what can be done to make it better. Each one of us is an American and each one of us has a right to have our voices heard.

School Sucks show

School SucksJoin Now to Follow

We need 150 monthly subscribers! If you are employed and you listen to the show and enjoy the videos, please consider making a commitment of $6.00 per month, or about $.20 per day. When we launch the new site, you have access to a bonus content section that will be updated weekly. Please click here to sign up. $6.00/Month Subscribe! You can help the show grow by committing to one of these monthly subscription levels (demonstrating how inflation affects the price of another source of knowledge). It is greatly appreciated! A New Book!(in 1960) $3/ mo A New Book! (in 1972) $6/mo A New Book! (in 1981) $9/mo A New Book! (in 1995) $15/mo A New Book! (Today) $25/mo Angel Investor $999.99/mo Contact Brett, leave comments and view shows by series: schoolsucksproject.com In my 10+ years of teaching, "school sucks" is perhaps the most common phrase I've heard students use to describe their feelings about public education. But this seemingly bitter and reductive slogan is actually quite clever. When taken literally, "school sucks" is perhaps the most accurate and astute synopsis of the system I've ever heard. Here's why... 1. The twelve-year process of an American public education has a dramatic effect on the mind of a child. When we first enter school at age six, many of our best personal attributes are already in place. We are curious, innovative, unique, creative and hopeful in ways that we will rarely be able to replicate throughout the rest of our lives. But over time, school sucks those essential attributes out of too many of us...and replaces them with predictability, obedience and apathy. 2. The public school system sucks off the productive capacity of hard-working people. The system is coercively funded through taxation. In other words, whether public education succeeds or fails (spoiler alert: it fails) at providing real education to the public, the cost goes up every year. There are no refunds. The END of Public Education? 1. END: It's over, irrelevant, useless, needs to be done away with. Does more harm than good. 2. END: (As in means to an end) We'll also explore the true intentions behind the system, which have very little to do with real education. There is substantial evidence that its failure to educate is no accident. Above all, this is a show about what one might do about these problems...

By SchoolSucksProject.com - Education Evolution