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Episode 1: The Importance of Stories with Rin Heise“Honestly, I think education’s in my blood.”HAEd’s podcast has officially opened a new chapter, and this is our debut episode! We speak to Rin Heise (Ed.M. ’20) on what it’s like working with college students during the pandemic, how a passion for learning runs in her family, and why she challenges…
 
An interview with Tony Shu and Connor Schoen about their social venture, Breaktime. Breaktime's mission is to bridge the gap between education/training and employment for homeless young adults, by working very closely with direct service organizations and various employers. Their partners refer young adults to Breaktime for transitonal employment a…
 
Listen to a podcast recording of our Cambridge Each One Teach One mentoring event. We celebrated graduating students and connected with alumni for an evening of short, inspiring speeches and speed networking with experienced mentors.Featuring: Alejandra Iglesias, Claudia Bach, James Donald, Heyang Yin, Crystal Rose and Emily Pope.…
 
Vanessa E. Beary (Ed.D. 2014, Ed.M. 2011), President of Harvard Alumni for Education Shared Interest Group sat down with Gerard Robinson (Ed.M. 1995), Executive Director for the Center for Advancing Opportunity to discuss his career in Education, and his path since graduating from Harvard. Robinson draws on his many experiences, from founding a cha…
 
In this episode, Michelle Brown (EdM, 2014) describes her journey from Harvard to founding an award-winning, nonprofit education technology company that is dedicated to improving adolescent literacy rates. Learn more at commonlit.org. (And PS, they're hiring! Head on over to their Career page to browse through their exciting opportunities).Intervie…
 
How can you ensure that children who are excluded from school due to war, ethnic violence, distance, or poverty still receive high quality, relevant education? In this episode, the four HGSE students behind Two Rabbits share with us how their new low cost, mp3-based program is helping children in Cameroon and Myanmar to learn. Learn more at https:/…
 
What does it take to grow an education social enterprise in South Korea? In this episode, Doyeon Kim, Co-Founder of the Korean education social enterprise, JUMP, talks about the organization's history and milestones--from humble beginnings in May 2011 to becoming a Top 10 Finalist of the 2016 Google Impact Challenge in Korea. Interviewer: Rufina Pa…
 
A conversation with Swati Sahni about her experiences creating her recent start-up in India, Curozo. this episode touches on important questions on breaking barriers and Swati's personal experiences in the Indian EdTech space.Interviewer: Matthew Williams, Director of Membership and Data of HAEdIf you enjoyed this podcast, please follow #HAEd_podca…
 
How can we leverage design thinking to enhance education quality in resource-starved, developing communities such as those in the Philippines? In this episode, Habi Education Lab Founder Gerson Abesamis talks about how the start-up uses small design thinking workshops and collaborative lesson prototyping in a professional development program for te…
 
How can we move beyond focusing on the early-stages of entrepreneurship to discussions about building sustainable ventures? In this episode, Dr. Nathaniel Dunigan, who is also HAEd's Co-President of the Sub-Saharan Africa Chapter, talks about the importance of the space beyond start-up and his work in founding and leading AidChild, which was the fi…
 
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