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The Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) protects and restores the natural and built environments through innovation, collaboration, education, and advocacy. PEC believes in the value of partnerships with the private sector, government, communities, and individuals to improve the quality of life for all Pennsylvanians.
 
In November 2020, all roads really did lead to and through Pennsylvania. Besides for providing its crucial 20 electoral votes, suburban counties like Delaware and Chester highlighted exactly how Biden-Harris won–while more rural counties like Fayette and Lawrence, which Trump-Pence improved in, show the epitome of the Democratic problem. This podcast looks at the shifting tides in every corner of the Commonwealth, but it does so through an untraditional lens. We won’t just be interviewing el ...
 
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As we await the new lines, Season 3 will focus intensively on redistricting. Carol Kuniholm leads a volunteer army of Pennsylvanians. Carol and her diverse coalition believe that our government must be of, by, and for the people and this all begins with how the lines are drawn. She provides a nonpartisan perspective on the grassroots work of the la…
 
In this year's Thanksgiving episode, Michael and Natty discuss how to talk about your career goals with family members, the importance of meeting with Career Services after break, steps you can take to prepare for your career over Thanksgiving, and what to do if a family member disagrees with your career aspirations. Mentioned in this week's episod…
 
With the energy market changing, power-generation companies must reassess their business models. Rather than cut their losses and move on, Talen Energy of Allentown, PA, is looking at ways to keep facilities open by exploring other options for their plants, like battery storage and digital currency mining. We discuss with Julie LaBella, Talen’s Sen…
 
Natty and Michael dive into the CS Radio grab-bag to discuss changing your personal email in Handshake, the fastest way to get seen in Career Services, the importance of filling out your summer survey, and upcoming career fairs. Mentioned in this week's episode... Undergraduate Summer Outcomes Survey Post-Graduate Outcomes Survey Virtual Government…
 
In today's episode, Natty and Michael are joined by Jackie Moriniere the Associate Director of the Career Services Engineering Department to discuss engineering career service, the differences between Drexel and Penn, asking for help when you need it, and navigating rejection during the job search. Topics Covered: The benefits of improv on intervie…
 
This week, Michael recaps his recent trip to the Austin Film Festival Writer's Conference and discusses how COVID has impacted the media industry and other revelations from the festival. Topics Covered: The shift from cable to streaming services and how this has impacted movie and tv production How tv shows, movies, animation, and general productio…
 
Happy Halloween! Two days out from Election Day, we conclude Season 2 in Lancaster County. The race for Manheim Township Board of Commissioners features unprecedented spending and an intense debate about development and farmland preservation. Stella Sexton, who has lived in the county her whole life, discusses why Manheim Township has trended blue …
 
The problem of plastic polluting the ocean has been a popular topic for a while. But until about 10 years ago, no one was studying the prevalence of plastics in fresh water. Dr. Sherri Mason, Director of Sustainability at Penn State Erie, was one of the first to look into plastic pollution in the Great Lakes. We speak with her about her research on…
 
This week, we unpack MUSE's How to Answer “Why Are You a Great Match for This Role?” Without Feeling Like You’re Bragging article. Resources Mentioned: Penn’s Peer Career Conference Social Media Panel How to Answer “Why Are You a Great Match for This Role?” Without Feeling Like You’re Bragging by Regina Borsellino (via The Muse) Our theme music is …
 
Today we are joined by Peer Career Advisor and College of Arts and Sciences senior Sadie Butcher. We discuss how PCAs can support you in appointments, when you should start working with Career Services, how to communicate skills and responsibilities on your resume, and more! In this conversation with Peer Career Advisor Sadie Butcher, we discuss...…
 
We sit down with the presumptive next Mayor of Allentown. A marathon runner and first time candidate, Matt Tuerk shares how he won a contested primary and what his vision is for the city and the region. Matt speaks to how he has engaged the large and growing Latino community. He offers sage advice to statewide candidates who hope to win big in Alle…
 
The mission of Penn State Extension is to bring the scientific and practical expertise of PSU researchers and faculty throughout the Commonwealth. But even with offices in every county, extension staff can’t be everywhere at once. That’s where master volunteers come in. PSU Extension's Master Gardener program is familiar to many, but did you know y…
 
In this grab bag episode, we discuss… Reviewing resumes and researching summer internships Dressing for professional roles and how workplace attire has evolved Mock-interview prep for Summer 2022 internships Primary and secondary candidates in the on-campus recruiting process (predominantly tech consulting and finance) Show Notes: Career Wardrobe R…
 
Next month, the hottest race on the ballot in Dauphin County is the open seat for Controller. This position oversees every dime of a $258M+ annual budget. For a generation, Eric Epstein has been a good government watchdog and an environmental activist. He is a member of the Central Dauphin School Board. We sit down for a unique perspective on how D…
 
The Penn Career Services team shares their favorite memories and gratitude to Mylène. Our theme music is “The Strip” by Mala, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license. Created by A. Mylène Kerschner & J. Michael DeAngelis Produced by J. Michael DeAngelis Mixed and edited by Sadie KilarBy Jospeh Barber, Natty Leach, Jillian Cener, John Tuton, Barbara Hewitt, Esther Ra, Sharon Fleshman, Saide Kilar, Carol Hagan, J. Michael DeAngelis
 
Welcome back for Season 2 where you'll meet unique candidates on the ballot this November with important messages for statewide candidates next year. Max Conway from Dunmore, Lackawanna, County, has only been eligible to vote for about a decade. Yet, he is poised to be Mayor in January. He discusses his impressive grassroots social media-driven cam…
 
In her final episode as co-host, Mylene reflects on her time at Penn and her favorite moments from CS Radio. Show Notes: Biosciences Research Career Fair CareerShift Our theme music is “The Strip” by Mala, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license. Created and produced by J. Michael DeAngelis & A. Mylene Kerschner Mixed and edited by Sadie …
 
In the Season 7 premiere, J. Michael and A. Mylene reach into the CS Radio grab bag for questions on meeting with Peer Career Advisors, the upcoming Career Carnival, virtual info sessions, and more! Show Notes: Peer Career Advisors Summer Survey and Reports Career Carnival Info Sessions Our theme music is “The Strip” by Mala, used under a Creative …
 
Jae Asadi, Caleb Straus (Emzy Enzy), and Nathaniel Rowe (MadClock) of First Angel Media join John Lane (The Hellfire Club) and Bill to discuss First Angel Media, their personal musical journeys, and more. How did each of you become involved in First Angel Media? We discuss Jana, owner of First Angel Media. If you could...…
 
Twenty years after the darkest day in American history, we sit down with Governor Mark Schweiker. He reflects on the historic transition from Lt. Governor to Governor just three weeks after the attacks. He elaborates on the unprecedented collaboration Harrisburg had with Washington. We end with a discussion of the importance of bipartisanship.…
 
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