Government And Organizations Podcasts

Taylor Marsh on Politics Now show

Taylor Marsh on Politics NowJoin Now to Follow

Taylor Marsh, a democrat blogs democrats in politics, Iraq, Culture, Illegal Aliens and more.

By Taylor Marsh

Trash Talking with Eco-Warriors | Sustainability, Green Business, Conservation show

Trash Talking with Eco-Warriors | Sustainability, Green Business, ConservationJoin Now to Follow

The Trash Talking with Eco-Warriors podcast was created to delve into the inspiring stories of women in eco-business, sustainability, environmentalism, and conservation. We discuss the challenges and wins they’ve had along the way, share their passion for the environment with aspiring young professionals and entrepreneurs, and hear their advice on living a more eco-conscious lifestyle. Barbara Lee, host and Founder of Trashy Beauty, trash talks with other eco-conscious females about their careers in green business.

By Barbara Lee | Environmentalist, Entrepreneur, Zero Waste Evangelist

The Smell of Victory Podcast by www.DivergentOptions.org show

The Smell of Victory Podcast by www.DivergentOptions.orgJoin Now to Follow

In about an hour Bob Hein, Steve Leonard, and Phil Walter of www.DivergentOptions.org, with occasional guests, discuss national security issues of the past, present, and future.

By Bob Hein, Steve Leonard, and Phil Walter

HSLDA Home School Heartbeat show

HSLDA Home School HeartbeatJoin Now to Follow

Produced by Home School Legal Defense Association, Home School Heartbeat is an informative two-minute daily radio program which draws upon HSLDA's considerable involvement and front-line experience in the homeschooling movement. Home School Heartbeat began broadcasting in May of 1991 and is currently airing on over 600 affiliates nationwide. Programs address a wide variety of topics - educational, legal and spiritual - all of which are of interest to any parent, whether they have made the decision to home school or are considering home education for their children.

By HSLDA

KAJX-FM: ai_podcast.php show

KAJX-FM: ai_podcast.phpJoin Now to Follow

Assorted stories from KAJX-FM

By Aspen Public Radio

Scholars of Organizational Behavior show

Scholars of Organizational BehaviorJoin Now to Follow

Scholars in Organizational Behavior is a video podcast produced by the Academy of Management Organizational Behavior division's Social Media Committee (SMC). In this series, graduate student members of the committee interview award winners and other notable OB scholars at the yearly Academy of Management conference. These interviews are then shared approximately once per month as a podcast. The mission of this committee is to produce and promote Internet-based materials and resources to better showcase the activities and scholarship of the OB division to the division’s members and to the public. Dr. Richard Landers of Old Dominion University is the chair of this committee, and Dr. Michael Johnson of the University of Washington is co-chair. Current graduate student members/interviewers are Pylin Chuapetcharasopon, Hector Martinez, Iva Petkova, and Montressa Washington.

By OB Social Media Committee

US Department of Agriculture show

US Department of AgricultureJoin Now to Follow

For more information please visit: www.BeetleBusters.info

By US Department of Agriculture

Vineyard Campbellsville Podcast show

Vineyard Campbellsville PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Weekly messages from the Vineyard in Campbellsville, Kentucky.

By The Vineyard Team

The Foster Parent Podcast show

The Foster Parent PodcastJoin Now to Follow

A weekly discussion of the foster care system from the perspective of a foster family. Topics include stories about placements, news, training, how the system could better serve the children subjected to it. We are striving to change the system to put children's needs first.

By Drew Zaun

National Federation of the Blind - Presidential Releases show

National Federation of the Blind - Presidential ReleasesJoin Now to Follow

Listen to President Riccobono's concise reports highlighting the current events of our organized blind movement!

By Mark Riccobono