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My name is Care Messer, I’m an entrepreneur, childbirth educator birth and postpartum doula and the mom of two girls. Birth stories begin before your baby is even conceived and we’re here to talk about it. Join Ashley & I as we create discussions around connection, finding and using your voice and of course, birth stories! We will release an episode each week so be sure to subscribe so you don't miss a second!
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JAXA's Space Education Center provides two types of Podcast: the "Seven Wonders Series," compiled of seven one-minute interviews in multiple languages, and the "JAXA Space and Astronautical Science Podcast series," which features fun and informative long-form interviews to scientists and other key JAXA staff in English. The views and opinions expressed in this content are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views or positions of JAXA as an organization.
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This episode features Elyza Tran, a junior at NC State University majoring in Business Administration Information Technology with a minor in English. The podcast is hosted by Mitchell Rivers from the Career Education Learning Center Podcast. Elyza discusses his transition from high school to college, the value of the International Baccalaureate (IB…
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Now on YouTube Subscribe and Like! Struggling to adjust to college life? Especially socially? This video is for you! College can be a big adjustment, especially if you're a commuter student. Karrie Chang, a political communications major at LSU, shares her experience transitioning from high school to college and how she found her niche through gett…
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Now on YouTube Subscribe and Like! In this episode of the Career Education Learning Center podcast, we sit down with Steward J Anderson, a CEO and chief real estate officer, to discuss the importance of education and training in career development. Mr. Anderson emphasizes that regardless of your chosen field, you need to acquire knowledge and conti…
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Now on YouTube Subscribe and Like... *Struggling to pay for college?* You won't believe how Imani' Grier, a first-generation college student, almost reached a *MILLION DOLLARS in scholarships!* In this episode of the Career Education Learning Center podcast, Imani' shares her journey to Tuskegee University and gives advice to high school students o…
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This is a Special Mother's Day Weekend edition of the Career Education Learning Center podcast featuring Charmaine Turner, a certified life coach and wellness strategist. This episode focuses on resilience and how it plays a crucial role in our lives. Charmaine Turner shares her personal story of being diagnosed with MS while serving in the militar…
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See full episode now on YouTube Spotify Podbean Applecast and iHeartRadio! Are you interested in a career in social work but unsure where to start? This episode of the Career Education Learning Center podcast features Ms. Kentiana McClain, a licensed Master Social Worker. Ms. McClain discusses her career journey, including how she overcame challeng…
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This episode of the Career Education Learning Center podcast features Zena, a recent graduate of Win University with a bachelor's degree in Business Administration and a concentration in marketing. Zena discusses her experience transitioning from in-person to online learning during COVID-19, the challenges and rewards of getting involved in campus …
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Now on YouTube Spotify Podbean Applecast and iHeartRadio! https://lnkd.in/eabWNgxN Want to be a doctor but not sure where to start?** 🩺 Join medical assistant Lashunn Gardin as he shares his inspiring journey to becoming a doctor on the Career Education Learning podcast! Lashunn Gardin talks about overcoming challenges, finding a mentor, and chasin…
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Is K12 education the secret to a brighter future? Join Mitchell Rivers as he unlocks the inspiring story of Dr. Joseph Williams III, educator, entrepreneur, and podcast host, on The Career Education Learning Center Podcast. ➤ Dr. Williams, a champion for the unexpected, will reveal: ✅ His surprising journey into K12 education and why he considers i…
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Level up your career knowledge with Mitchell Rivers! This episode features Sean Nesbit, a PhD student at Norfolk State University, on the Career Education Learning Center Show Podcast. Nesbit, a champion for minorities in STEM, dives deep into his educational journey and offers valuable insights for educators and students alike. Here's what you'll …
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Now on YouTube Spotify Podbean Applecast and iHeartRadio!!! Are you passionate about healthcare and making a positive impact? This episode of The Career Education Learning Center Podcast features Briana Blount, an aspiring Healthcare Administrator with a drive to improve her community. Briana joins Mitchell Rivers on the Career Education Learning C…
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This show contains the reality of what pregnancy can be life if you have hyperemesis gravidarum(HG) during pregnancy. This is a condition of severe nausea & vomiting and that can lead to dehydration, malnutrition and weight loss. It usually lasts through the entire pregnancy and ends once the baby is out. Our guest today is Jelina, a doula and birt…
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Mitchell Rivers interviews Charmaine Turner, a certified life coach & strategist, on the Career Education Learning Center Show Podcast! Ready to design a life you love? Join this inspiring conversation as Mitchell and Charmaine dive deep into: ✅ Habits & Hustle: Charmaine's Journey from the Air Force to a Thriving Entrepreneur. ✅ Whole-Person Welln…
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Todays show is all about advocacy in the birth room. While this episode is the third in our World Doula Week shows, I also don’t want to limit it just to doulas because parents will be using these skills in prenatal appointments and pediatric appointments for years to come! Traci Doula is my guest today, who will also be my guest in October when I …
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In our second show featuring childbirth educators, we welcome Haize Hawke. Haize is a Mother, Doula, Student Midwife, Meditation Teacher, Healer, a Life Coach and Spiritual Counselor and I am blessed to call her my soul family. This conversation is much more than regular birth education and will show you just how expanded connection between your se…
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Cierra C. Carter is a dynamic intelligent young lady who is a Senior at JC Smith University majoring in Social Work. In this episode, Cierra discusses her educational experience and how getting involved in activities and networking has helped shape her future to persue helping young people around education. https://lnkd.in/eabN5D_f…
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We are back with our second World Doula Week Bonus show! This week Georgia joined me for a mentoring call and we had jokes! Georgia took her training four years ago, attended one birth and then took a hiatus. Time got away from her and now she is back! Georgia had her passion reignited and it’s time for the next action steps. We cover self-confiden…
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Postpartum mental health is beginning to be recognized more in mainstream media. But what about pregnancy mental health? Did you know that signs of postpartum depression or the risks for developing it can start during pregnancy? In today’s show I have Beth Warren, a LCSW and author who specializes in perinatal mood disorders. Last year Beth and I c…
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Are you a high school student or freshman worried about the transition to college? This video is for you! In this episode of the Career Education Learner Center podcast, Mitchell Rivers interviews Alyssa Hatchfeld, program manager of academic success coaching at North Carolina Central University. Alyssa discusses the many resources available to hel…
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It’s March! And that means World Doula Week is almost here! This is the first of several Bonus episodes just for doulas that we are releasing this month. In today’s show we have our first mentoring call. I welcome Jeanne-Marie Paynel – a doula transitioning from being a volunteer doula in a hospital program to working as a private doula. Jeanne-Mar…
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This show is all about PRE bonding with your baby. Yes – it is possible! And bonding has many different faces – it’s not all about rubbing your belly and talking to baby(although yes, I want you to do that too). Today Ashley and I discuss the importance of intentionally bonding with your baby during pregnancy by fostering a nurturing family environ…
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Rashanna Ireland is an Jamican internaonal studentaending Clain University in Orangeburg, SC. She ismajoring in Environmental Science with a minor in MassCommunicaons. This highly movated and passionatefuture meteorologist wants to make a posive impact onthe world through environmental measures that willreduce, reuse, and recycle materials we…
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In this show we are talking about our upcoming doula series and what sets it apart from other advanced doula trainings. These are not just doula classes. The Doula Education Series is aimed at deepening doulas' connections with families and enhancing their own self-awareness. This three-month mentored series not only focuses on business, growth and…
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Ty'Ann is a sophomore attending Florida State University, majoring in Exercise Physiology and minoring in Business. She aspires to become a Physical Therapist/ Personal Trainer. This bright, intelligent young lady talks about overcoming challenges and looking for a brighter future in which she becomes a successful physical therapist and personal tr…
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In this episode of the Birth Education Center podcast, Darla Burns, postpartum doula trainer is back to talk to parents. There are so many ideas of what a postpartum doula is and what is included in their scope of practice. If breastfeeding is your long-term goal, having a postpartum doula would be one of your best ideas. Postpartum doulas also get…
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Now on YouTube Spotify and iHeartRadio! Harrison is a highly skilled engineer with a strong background in Agile methodologies. Experienced in applying Scrum principles to successfully manage and deliver complex projects. Effective collaborator, adept at fostering cross-functional teamwork and adapting to evolving requirements In this episode, Harri…
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Welcome back to Part 2 with our discussion on why you need a doula! Ashley and I have been interviewed hundreds of times over the years. With those experiences, we learned what we are comfortable providing as far as services and what parents are really needing. We want to help you find the level of advocacy you are looking for. Advocacy is an impor…
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Michelle Zelaya is an ethusiastic, intelligent young lady who puts God above all else, empowering her journey through life. This first-generation Latina is supported by her family and friends as she completes her undergraduate degree this year with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics and Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity. M…
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Today’s show is about why you should add a doula to your birth team and how doing so can cut your risk of cesarean by almost 40%! There is a lot of hesitation sometimes when the idea of a birth doula comes up. While some of it is monetary, we also hear that you are a private person and adding a stranger just seems like a bad idea. Another perspecti…
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Nahomie Musangusangu is a recent graduate of Central Piedmont Community Collegewith an Associates Degree in Applied Science. This future Architectural Designer with her Congo heritage and new American home will combine both cultures to design unique styles not seen in the architectural field. Listen to this bright and talented young lady talks abou…
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In today’s show we are talking with Tamra about her birth story and she used the Hypnobirthing techniques to take great care of herself during labor. Tamra started her birth preparation early because she realized that she didn’t want to be dependent on outside elements to “cure” her labor. Her husband Conner did an amazing job and working the techn…
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Autumn is an intelligent and talented young lady whoattends Rice University in Houston, Texas. She is apassionate aviatrix, and advocate for S.T.E.M.education. An enthusiastic and motivated student withbackground in astrophysics, aerospace research, andaviation with a private pilot license. Join us as thisfuture Engineer tells about her future care…
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Today’s show is a bit spicy! I got up close and personal with Dr. Rose Schlaff– the wizard of physical therapy and a guru of getting your groove back, especially when baby bumps and babies are in the picture! We dive into the nitty-gritty of keeping the sparks flying when you're expecting. Rose is gonna spill the beans on how she mixes a blending o…
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Chrisan Bussey is an amazing young man who is astudent athlete at Livingstone College. He has been ableto balance his academic and athletic responsibilities tomaximize his full potental at both. In addition, he wantsto take his combined talents of the academic and athletic world and launched his own business in the future. Joinus as this President…
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I want to say this show is for doulas and childbirth educators BUT – there is also so much good information for parents in here! In this podcast episode, Darla Burns, a long time CAPPA postpartum doula trainer discusses the multifaceted role of postpartum doulas. I have been in Darla’s training and it was the best thing I could have taken as doula …
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Ms. Kelly is a dynamic and intelligent young lady who wants tocombine African-American history with science in a museumseng once she nishes her Master’s Degree. She wants youngpeople to get hands-on experience in science while learningabout the heritage of African-Americans and their contribu!onsto our country. In addi!on, you will also hear abou…
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It’s 2024! It’s time to ramp up your website for the new year and bring in those babies! In this show, we are talking with Becky DeGrossa, a business mentor and SEO strategist! Becky is here to offer help into optimizing your website for doulas and birth workers. Becky and I talk about the importance of a strategic online presence to attract client…
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It’s a birth story show! Trigger warning for anyone who prefers not to hear about miscarriage. Clarisa came through our Hypnobirthing series and the vision of her birth only became stronger. Labor and babies however, are a wild card in the equation and her journey to motherhood came with a twist. Clarisa discusses her decision to have an unmedicate…
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This is our end-of-year wrap-up show! Allie Putnam, a former doula and host of The Birth Kweens podcast, joins to interview me! These first few months of podcasting have broken me in as far as doubling my workload and they have also pushed my edges in creating something new. I have loved all of your questions and responses to our early episodes and…
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Il più vicino è un esopianeta che orbita intorno alla stella Proxima Centauri.La luce, che è la cosa più veloce nell’universo, impiega 4 anni ad arrivare aProxima Centari. I nostri razzi viaggiano molto più lentamente della luce equindi, con la tecnologia di oggi, impiegheremmo 135,000 ad arrivare aProxima Centauri. Abbiamo bisogno di razzi più vel…
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Le risque d’impact d’astéroïde est en fait un sujet fascinant. Pas tellementangoissant, puisque pour l’instant nous n’avons aucune menace, maisfascinant, parce qu’il porte sur des objets qui sont absolument excitants pourles scientifiques : ils évoluent dans un environnement qui est très différentde celui de la Terre et qui défie encore notre intui…
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Comme tous les sujets qui portent sur une menace, la communication estextrêmement importante. On peut dire très vite n’importe quoi et il faut faireattention à ce que le public comprenne ce que l’on dit et puisse comprendresi la menace est réelle ou pas. Tout ça n’est pas facile, donc nous nousentrainons à communiquer avec le public cette notion de…
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Le risque d’impact d’astéroïde est un problème qui concerne le monde entier.Pour l’aborder, il faut avoir une réponse internationale coordonnée à ceproblème. C’est pour cela que l’on a mis en place, sous l’égide de l’ONU,des groupes de travail qui s’intéressent à définir une réponse coordonnée.Si un objet nous arrive dessus, qui va monter la missio…
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Se protéger de l’impact d’un astéroïde nécessite que l’on puisse faire en sorteque si un objet nous arrive dessus il évite la Terre. Pour ça, il faut définir destechniques qui permettent de dévier la trajectoire d’un astéroïde qui nousarrive dessus. Il y a plusieurs méthodes qui marchent sur le papier, certainessont d’ailleurs très élégantes, mais …
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Pour se proteger du risque d’impact, comme on dit il vaut « mieux connaitreson ennemi ». Meme si les asteroides sont plutot nos amis, mais comme iciils nous menacent on va les considerer comme un ennemi. Pour le connaitreil faut le caracteriser, c’est-a-dire comprendre quelles sont les proprietesphysiques qui constituent ces objets. Est-ce que ce s…
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Pour pouvoir se proteger du risque d’impact, il y a d’abord une chose a faire,c’est de decouvrir ces objets et de predire leur arrivee sur Terre. Cela n’estpas simple car ce sont de tous petits objets qui emettent une tres faibleluminosite, donc cela necessite une tres grande couverture du ciel. On le faitdepuis la Terre avec telescopes, et on a re…
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Je suis Patrick Michel, astrophysicien, directeur de recherche CNRS àl’Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur en France.Voici les sept merveilles de la défense planétaire.Le risque d’impact d’asteroide est l’un des moins probables mais il a dehautes consequences. Il a un avantage : c’est le seul que l’on peut predire eteviter avec des moyens raisonnabes et…
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