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Check out this info-packed podcast before choosing your college/academic path or before making a decision on a career! #learnbeforeyouleap

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Check out this info-packed podcast before choosing your college/academic path or before making a decision on a career! #learnbeforeyouleap








Episode 25 | Mentoring for the Modern Musician: Michael & Adam Scharff

Are you interested in having a career in the music industry? Do you want to learn what it takes to make it in the music industry from a couple of highly experienced musicians? Do you want to hear the truth? If so, then this podcast is for you! When you hear the phrase, “music is in their blood” that for certain describes the Scharff brothers, Adam & Michael, of Mentoring for the Modern Musician ! These brothers are passionate about helping others to “keep your joy for the music” by teaching...


Episode 24 | Architects TYP: Annelise Aldrich & Mark Keller

Are you interested in building an affordable, beautiful, modern, green, net-zero home that will stand the test of time? If so, then Architects TYP are for you! Are you interested in becoming an architect? If so, then this podcast is for you! In this episode, we interview registered Architects, Annelise Aldrich and Mark Keller, both owners of the architectural firm TYP: Architects TYP TYP stands for “Tend Your Planet.” Mark and Annie will tell you everything that you need to know about the...


Episode 23 | LinkedIn Expert | Wayne Breitbarth

If you are looking for tips on how to best utilize LinkedIn to get a job, market your business/increase sales or find qualified employees, then today's podcast is for you! We interview Wayne Breitbarth, the CEO of Power Formula, LLC. He is the author of the book, The Power Formula for LinkedIn Success (now in its fourth edition). Wayne has been featured in Forbes, Inc., Wired, American Express Open Forum, and seen on NBC and Fox Business. He is an internationally recognized industry leader...


Episode 22 | Doctor of Physical Therapy: Katherine Stepanovic

Thinking about becoming a physical therapist? If so, then this podcast episode is for you! We interview Dr. Katherine Stepanovic, a highly experienced physical therapist. In this episode, we discuss everything you need to know about this career including education, clinical rotations, the boards, continuing education, the wide variety of work settings, what a typical day is like on the job, etc. We think you'll love this conversation with Kathy as much as we did. Kathy is so interesting,...


Episode 21 | Director of College Counseling at Berwick Academy: Moira McKinnon

Interested in learning more about the College Admissions process? Perhaps you're interested in becoming a College Counselor? If so, then this podcast is for you! In this Episode, we interview Moira McKinnon, Director of College Counseling at Berwick Academy in South Berwick, Maine. Moira brings 24 years of experience in the college admissions process and she is a Certified College Counselor. She is a wealth of knowledge, and her passion for helping students achieve their college dreams...


Episode 20 | Switching Careers with Dr. Dawn Graham of "Career Talks" Sirius XM

Are you changing careers? Looking for a new job? If so, you won't want to miss our conversation with Dr. Dawn Graham, host of the popular call-in talk radio show, Career Talk on Sirius XM Radio, and author of the book: Switchers: How Smart Professionals Change Careers -- and Seize Success. In this episode, Dr. Dawn talks about switching careers, the job-search, job interviews, networking, etc. Dr. Dawn is a Licensed Psychologist, a Career Switch Coach, a TEDx Speaker | Your Next Job is One...


Episode 19 | Director of School Counseling: Nancy Simard

If you are thinking about a career as a school counselor, you will definitely want to listen to our conversation with Nancy Simard, Director of School Counseling at MSAD60. She has years of experience in this field and she shares with us details on what a career as a school counselor is all about. Find out what she loves about her job, what traits she thinks you need to be happy and successful in this field and what the biggest challenges are for school counselors today. Where Nancy started...


Episode 18 | SVP, Global Marketing and Chief Marketing Officer at Imprivata : Rob Egan

Interested in a career (or a major/MBA) in business, marketing, economics, management or sales? Looking to advance in your career? If so, you won't want to miss this episode! Learn from one of our nation's leading marketing executives, Rob Egan from Imprivata. Along with his current role, he has held very high level positions at several extremely well known companies throughout the U.S.A and globally. This podcast could be a game-changer for anyone looking to move up in (or get started in)...


Episode 17 | CEO of Going Merry: Charlie Maynard | College Scholarships

Charlie Maynard and his team have revolutionized the way to apply for & create college scholarships through the company he co-founded called Going Merry..."We make finding and applying to scholarships easier. Get matched and apply to dozens of scholarships in less than 30 minutes, for free." If you are a student interested in applying for a college scholarship in the easiest way possible, then you won't want to miss this podcast. Also, all School Counselors and College Counselors will want...


Episode 16 | Registered Dietician & Certified Diabetes Educator: Jill Boyce | RDN, CDE

Interested in becoming a Registered Dietician? Certified Diabetes Educator? If so, you won't want to miss our conversation with Jill Boyce, RDN, CDE. Jill tells you everything that you need to know from education, to the application process, to training and internships. She has worked in a variety of settings from hospitals to private practice. Jill is on top of her profession and is a wealth of knowledge for anyone interested in entering this field. We also ask Jill about her undergraduate...


Episode 15 | Founder College Scoops: Moira McCullough

Are you in the process of visiting colleges? Planning a college tour? If so, you won't want to miss this episode with Moira McCullough, the Founder of College Scoops, a company that makes college trips "easy, fun & tasty!" College Scoops provides an overview on more than 120 colleges across the USA with recommendations/input from over 500 student and parent "ambassadors." The "ambassadors" provide the inside scoop on where to stay, where to grab a cup of coffee, where to find good sweets,...


Episode 14 | Assistant Superintendent: Susan Austin

Hoping to become a school superintendent? Currently teaching, but looking to move into a role in administration? Want ideas on how to better serve the youth in your community? Today's podcast is with Sue Austin, assistant superintendent at MSAD 60. Sue started her career working as an education tech at the Odyssey House, moved into teaching which eventually led to her current position. She tells our listeners just how she did that and offers tips for anyone out there that has the same...


Episode 13 | Executive Producer and Owner of Hackmatack Playhouse: Michael Guptill

Dreaming of opening up your own theater? Interested in becoming an executive producer? Ambitions of becoming a sales and marketing manager? Want to learn more about the business of buying/selling/marketing produce? If so, you will not want to miss this podcast! Even if none of these subjects interest you, we think that you will really enjoy our conversation with Michael Guptill. His story is fascinating! Michael Guptill is the owner/executive producer of Hackmatack Playhouse, located in...


Episode 12 | College Wrestling Coach: Mike Morin

Are you interested in becoming a wrestling coach at the college level? Or any level? Or are you currently wrestling or maybe you are a parent of a wrestler? This podcast gets into all levels of wrestling from the early years, through college and onto college coaching. This week, Mike Morin joins us, an avid wrestler through high school and college (a two-time NCAA Division III All-American) and now the head coach for the University of Southern Maine wrestling team. Mike talks about youth...


Episode 11 | Doctors of Optometry: Christie Simpson and Briana McAndrew

Thinking about becoming an optometrist? Evaluating the various health professions and want to learn more about optometry? Considering optometry school? Just looking for an interesting career story to listen to? If so, you will enjoy this podcast episode with Drs. Simpson & McAndrew. We ask them how they prepared for optometry school (while in under grad/college), details on the Optometry Admissions Test (OAT), how they negotiated the admissions process, their experiences with the entrance...


Episode 10 | Photographer and Owner of Mercy Street Studio: Erin Moore

Are you interested in becoming a professional photographer? Is it currently your passion but maybe you would like to make it your full time career? This week our guest is Erin Moore an award winning portrait photographer from Mercy Street Studio in South Berwick, Maine. She started her career in Human Resource and has a BA and MA applicable to this field. (BTW, she received those degrees with 2 young children and a baby!). However, Erin has been taking pictures since her junior year in high...


Episode 9 | Professional Water Skiers: Katie Gray and Peter Hegarty

Have you ever considered becoming a professional water skier? Maybe it is currently your passion but you are wondering how to turn it into a career? In this podcast you will learn from two amazing water skiing pros who turned their passions into careers in two different ways! Meet Katie Hegarty Gray and Peter Hegarty. Siblings who grew up in a family that played together and skied together. Katie runs Maine Attraction Water Ski Show Team and 207 Water Ski School. Find out how Katie came...


Episode 8 | International Teacher: Emily Butterworth

Have you ever considered becoming an international teacher? If so, then this podcast is for you! We can't imagine finding a person with more experience teaching abroad then Emily Butterworth. Emily has taught in Seoul, Korea; Maracaibo, Venezuela and is currently teaching in Medellin, Columbia. Emily, was born and raised in the U.S.A., but has been traveling the world since 2005 after she graduated from Bates College. (She earned her Master's Degree from George Mason University). She...


Episode 7 | Author of “It Can Happen to Any Family: How Drugs Took My Daughter’s Life” | Business Owner | Hair Stylist | Cindy Doucette

Do you want to be an author? Are you interested in starting a business running a salon offering a variety of services? Then check out this podcast with Cindy Doucette! In this episode Meg discusses with Cindy her heart breaking experience of losing her daughter, Candice, to a drug over dose just a few months before she was ready to graduate from high school. After the tragedy, Cindy was encouraged to tell her story which resulted in her book: It Can Happen to Any Family: How Drugs Took my...


Episode 6 | Part II - Author of the blog Momma Meditates: Stay Calm in the Crazy and Parent Smarter with Julie Schneider, PhD, Clinical Psychologist

Are you a mom or a dad that is in the throes of parenting? Do you think maybe there could be a better way of communicating with your kids? Could you use some strategies to create an environment in your home that is good for the whole family? Are you questioning how to handle punishments and if time-outs are effective? Should you make your child apologize by saying "sorry"? What are your kids teaching you? Dr. Julie Schneider, clinical psychologist, spent 20 years working in her field....