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Best Sean Kelley podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Sean Kelley podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Hear the latest news about everything from quantum computers to astrophysics, all straight from scientists at the University of Maryland. Relatively Certain is produced by the Joint Quantum Institute and hosted by a rotating cast, featuring Chris Cesare, Emily Edwards and Sean Kelley. Episodes from Quantum Conversations, a prior series focused entirely on quantum physics, will remain available under the new name.
 
A podcast for job seekers, recruiters and hiring managers. I'm your host, Sean Kelley, and I provide insight, advice and guidance to help bring all three parties to a win, win, win outcome. Job seekers don’t always know how to best approach a career opportunity or job. There is the standard resume, interview, offer, but there are so many more details to consider - social media, personal branding, networking, using a staffing firm, etc. Whether you’re corporate recruiting or working for a sta ...
 
Ever wish you could go back to high school? A Bradford Corbitt is doing the next best thing. He's tracking down everyone from his high school class (Wissahickon High School, 2001) that he WASN'T friends with. The awkward relationships, the fights, the failed crushes. Is this really what we remember? Under the surface of an awkward meet-up may begin the budding of a new friendship, or just more awkwardness.
 
Explore the Hermetic sciences, including philosophy, metaphysics, spiritual alchemy, initiation, the occult, the Golden Dawn and the exciting world of magic. Recorded between 2009 and 2010, Chasing Hermes was aimed at the casual listener with a keen interest in the world beyond the physical senses. Rejoin your hosts Sean and Jason across wide-stretched vistas of ideas on their pursuit for the elusive quintessence.
 
An immersive audio experience featuring an extraordinary cast of performers, multidimensional sound, cinematic-quality effects, and a spectacular orchestral score. * * * Narrated by Reid Scott (Venom) and Devin Kelley (Frequency). Performed by Eric Christian Olsen (NCIS: Los Angeles), Troian Bellisario (Pretty Little Liars), Chris Pine (Wonder Woman), Keegan Allen (Pretty Little Liars), Patrick J. Adams (Suits), Sarah Wright Olsen (American Made), Brett Dier (Jane the Virgin), Christa B. All ...
 
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Kelley has literally been all around the world, and for several years, she was at Wissahickon with us. We had some similarities growing up, our love for black culture, struggles to find our black connections socially, and dealing with strict parents, Kelley also shares a lot of very personal stories about losing friendships, struggles in young marr…
 
JP was an admitted band nerd, but boy did that pay off. Most of JP's socializing came through music and we talk about our times in Band and Chorus, like the time we had to perform a silent song for over 4 minutes. JP had a career path out of college, but it was taken away on a technicality. He ended up loving his new career so much, he wouldn't eve…
 
Holly was someone many talked and whispered about growing up, now she is having a chance to speak for herself. Holly opens up about battling rumors of her sex life in school and the importance of self-respect as a young woman. We discuss “shit talking” and bullying in the 90s, Holly’s road to healing, and the states she traveled to get there. Plus …
 
Soraya Correa has been a leader in the federal government for over 30 years. Since January 2015, Correa has used her experience and expertise to radically improve how the Department of Homeland Security purchases services and products - enabling DHS ability to adapt to the needs and challenges the agency faces daily. On this edition of CyberChat, h…
 
Sean and I bond over beards, hip-hop, and Game of Thrones. Hear about Sean’s entry to Wiss. In 7th grade and the rumors he heard about the district. Sean married his “High School Sweetheart.” He tells a feel-good love story that is different than the way most guys tell it. Plus, changing colleges and careers, school construction, and teenage jobs. …
 
Topology—the mathematical study of shapes that describes how a donut differs from a donut hole—has turned out to be remarkably relevant to understanding our physical world. For decades, it’s captured the hearts and minds of physicists, who have spent that time uncovering just how deep the connection between topology and physics runs. Among many oth…
 
Kelly and I continue on in Part 2 discussing my experiences in the Friend Zone and Kelly's reservations about moving forward with her best friend. What were Kelly's expectations for her high school boyfriend 20 years ago? Plus, the reason her husband is now teasing her about her yearbook entry. Kelly asks if I could change 1 thing about high school…
 
Kelly is a self-described nerd who went from National Honor Society to feeling "average" in college. Hear how she navigated through school with her boyfriend and steady group of friends, school sports, and more. How Kelly's best friend broke out of the Friend Zone to became her husband. Kelly and I reminisce about Japanese class while drinking sake…
 
Venice Goodwine’s cybersecurity career has spanned over 33 years, starting in the Defense Department as an active duty member and then as a civilian. While Goodwine aspired to be a chief information officer early in her career, she developed skills more suited to chief information security officer. On this edition of Cyber Chat, host Sean Kelley si…
 
Alicia is the bestie I never knew I had! Alicia reveals why she didn't change her name when she got married, the loss of her father, and her friends along the way, starting at Blue Bell Elementary School. A look at Body Image, clothes, and teenage health. We ask 'Was Alicia really friends with everyone?' Plus, I reveal the first girls I ever loved …
 
In Part 2, Christian explains why he doesn't believe in homework, why he never went away to college, and the MONTCO Frat House he spent his post high school years partying at. We graduated high school just months before 9/11 and we discuss our memories of being college freshmen on this fateful day in history. In addition, the continuation of the "M…
 
Christian didn't have friends in Middle School, but Cross Country Track changed his life in high school. I've known Christian since 4th grade, we tell stories of the famous Mrs. Roebuck, Cub Scouts, and our troubles with assigned reading. Plus, I explain the origins of my full name. This is the Happy Hour Episode! Instagram: @wewerentfriendsinhighs…
 
Happy Thanksgiving! Here's a special Extra Credit Episode featuring someone we've talked about a lot on the show already. Derek (Class of '99) joins me to talk about doing stuff with his hands! Derek opens up about how Tech School and falling into a trade helped him succeed, the real estate crash of the 2000s, and being a vegetarian in the 90s! Plu…
 
On this edition of Cyber Chat, host Sean Kelley sat down with the General Services Administration's William Zielinski, Assistant Commissioner, Information Technology Category and Lawrence Hale, Director, IT Security, Information Technology Category, to discuss the acquisition process and vehicles for the cybersecurity supply chain.…
 
Kim didn’t belong to a “clique.” She had an older boyfriend, a job, got stoned, and didn’t worry about what other people thought. We contrast that with my anxieties about the future. We add Kim to the list of students who enjoyed tech school (another mention of Derek Cataldi for a 3rd episode). Plus, since Kim doesn’t like talking politics, I talk …
 
From Duffy's Coffee Shop in Clarks Summit, Jason opens up about his battle with alcoholism after high school and how it changed his life forever. Jason discusses the friendships he lost along the way, how he met his wife, and the role she played in his recovery. Jason and I also relive our days hatching chickens in 5th grade, TV Lab with Mr. Malone…
 
On the 4th Episode of We Weren’t Friends In High School, I reunite with Alaia Bradshaw (Class of 2001). I called Alaia some bad names as kids, but through this conversation, realize we developed into more of a brother & sister in high school. Alaia and I hang out on the deck and talk about how our parents may have passed their trauma on to us, how …
 
On the 3rd Episode of We Weren’t Friends In High School, Brad reunites with Danielle Cataldi (Class of 2001). Danielle and Brad grew up in close proximity to each other, but were never friends. As two Ambler OGs, we discuss our ever-changing hometown. We get into the stigma attached to Tech School. Who was the hottest male teacher in Wissahickon? P…
 
On the 2nd Episode of We Weren’t Friends In High School, Brad reunites with Erik Coxen (Class of 2001). Brad looked at Erik as one of the cool kids, and Erik quickly fills Brad in on the reality of his school life. Learn of Erik’s transfer into the school district, his legal troubles, and how his friendships changed moving forward. Erik and Brad sh…
 
In the very first episode, classmate Mike Clyburn joins Brad to discuss band class, retail jobs, and their conflict in Japanese Class. Mike also shares his experiences going back to school and becoming a father of biracial children. Check out Mike's Satire Blog - https://www.thetwistedcape.com Twist Cast - https://soundcloud.com/twisted-cape Instag…
 
Ever wish you could go back to high school? A Bradford Corbitt is doing the next best thing. He's tracking down everyone from his high school class (Wissahickon High School, 2001) that he WASN'T friends with. The stereotypes, the fights, the failed crushes. Is this really what we remember? Under the surface of an awkward meet-up may begin the buddi…
 
In many situations, chaos makes it nearly impossible to predict what will happen next. Nowhere is this more apparent than in weather forecasts, which are notorious for their unreliability. But the clever application of artificial intelligence can help reign in some chaotic systems, making them more predictable than ever before.In this episode of Re…
 
This week on Phonies, Mari is joined by Leslie Kumquat (Onnalee Kelley), a historian of the English language and one who chooses her words very carefully. She blows our minds explaining her gifts for seeing words, fallen vowels and The Great Vowel Shift, how the Vikings created the English language, how romantic the letter “f” is and how horrible t…
 
Acknowledgments, special thanks, and a list of the entire cast and crew. A FREE GIFT: “Skii: Furious Heart” is an exciting companion story to “Mortal Enemy.” Get it now, absolutely free, at gift.mortalenemybook.com SIGN THE PETITION: If you’d like to see development of a feature film / television show, please sign the online petition located at pet…
 
All must die, when the time is right. And if they refuse… NOTE: This episode corresponds to the epilogue in the novel. A FREE GIFT: “Skii: Furious Heart” is an exciting companion story to “Mortal Enemy.” Get it now, absolutely free, at gift.mortalenemybook.com SIGN THE PETITION: If you’d like to see development of a feature film / television show, …
 
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