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Episode 20 - Change

11/15/2017
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Change is afoot on this episode of Teaching Change as Jerrid and Courtney tackle the effect of social entrepreneurship on society. By their very nature, social entrepreneurs are disruptors of the status quo as they work to solve the issues that plague the world. Thus, change is a colossal horizon that looms in the mindsContinue reading "Episode 20 – Change"

Duration: 00:20:43


Episode 19 - Mentorship

11/8/2017
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Mentorship is an excellent combination of hindsight being 20/20 and paying it forward. As we traverse our professional lives and interests, we learn the lay of the land through stumbles and hopefully even more successes. Finding someone to show you the ropes is an invaluable connection that helps minimize pitfalls and anxiety-induced moments. Courtney andContinue reading "Episode 19 – Mentorship"

Duration: 00:24:24


Episode 18 - Responsibility

11/1/2017
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The word responsibility may not incite visions of carefree, fun-filled days but it is an important term that we all face throughout our daily lives. Whether it is taking care of your family, work, or paying bills, responsibility guides our decision-making process. The same can be said of the professional world where businesses and organizationsContinue reading "Episode 18 – Responsibility"

Duration: 00:21:09


Episode 17 - The "ASK"

10/25/2017
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In this episode, Jerrid and Courtney tackle the topic of the “ASK”. It is the moment when you finally speak up and ask for what you feel you deserve whether it’s a loan, partnership, raise, or promotion. The ASK is one of the most stressful and anxiety causing things that social entrepreneurs have to conquerContinue reading "Episode 17 – The “ASK”"

Duration: 00:20:49


Episode 16 - Being an Outsider

10/18/2017
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Whether you have started a new job, moved to a different town, or created a social enterprise, at one time or another we have all felt some sense of being an outsider. In this week’s episode, Jerrid and Courtney embrace the role of the outsider and discuss how this position provides the perfect opportunity forContinue reading "Episode 16 – Being an Outsider"

Duration: 00:20:36


Episode 15 - Fear of Failure

10/11/2017
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The old saying goes “there’s nothing to fear but fear itself,” but how true is this when it comes to failure? Failure is often seen in a negative light instead of a valuable learning tool. This week Courtney and Jerrid discuss their failures, and the role failure plays in the field of social entrepreneurship.Continue reading "Episode 15 – Fear of Failure"

Duration: 00:23:52


Episode 14 - Empathy

10/6/2017
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What role does empathy play in social entrepreneurship? Is it important that practitioners in this field understand the experiences of those they help? These are the big questions that Jerrid and Courtney tackle in this week’s episode of Teaching Change. Not to be confused with sympathy, empathy is the ability to feel what others areContinue reading "Episode 14 – Empathy"

Duration: 00:22:38


Episode 13 - Purpose

9/27/2017
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Teaching Change takes a philosophical turn in this week’s episode when Jerrid and Courtney ponder their purpose in life. As educators, they find that this is an area where students have difficulty articulating a clear-cut answer—and so do Jerrid and Courtney! Finding one’s purpose remains an important part of the decisions and careers theirContinue reading "Episode 13 – Purpose"

Duration: 00:22:41


Episode 12 - Benefit Corporations (B-Corps)

8/16/2017
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In this episode, Jerrid and Courtney discuss Benefit Corporations, also known as B Corps. To obtain a B Corp certification, organizations must adhere to a set of guiding principles that involve the betterment of people and the planet. This process may also include site visits. Another component of becoming a B Corp deals withContinue reading "Episode 12 – Benefit Corporations (B-Corps)"

Duration: 00:20:51


Episode 11 - Moment of Obligation

8/9/2017
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Join Jerrid and Courtney for a walk down memory lane as they discuss their personal moments of obligation. In social entrepreneurship, the moment of obligation is when social entrepreneurs realize they have to make a change in their own lives or others for the greater good. However, as is evident in the episode, suchContinue reading "Episode 11 – Moment of Obligation"

Duration: 00:20:38


Episode 10 - Interview with a Founding Faculty of The First 30 Social Entrepreneurship Program and Disability Rights Activist Crystal Smith

8/2/2017
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Mums the word this week on Teaching Change as the hosts interview Professor of English, disability rights advocate, and secret-keeper extraordinaire Crystal Smith. For Crystal, Valencia College was supposed to be a temporary detour along her journey through life. However, Valencia quickly became a destination when Crystal connected with her students, her peers, andContinue reading "Episode 10 – Interview with a Founding Faculty of The First 30 Social Entrepreneurship Program and Disability...

Duration: 00:19:59


Episode 9 – Interview with Director of Sustainability for the City of Orlando and Co-Founder of IDEAS for Us Chris Castro Part 2

7/26/2017
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Part two of Chris Castro’s interview tackles the bottom line of social entrepreneurship. Chris has mastered two of the big Ps, people, and planet, but what about the third one: profit? Chris delves into the business side of his enterprises to explain how doing good and doing well coincide with generating revenue. First up is Fleeting Farming, Chris’Continue reading "Episode 9 – Interview with Director of Sustainability for the City of Orlando and Co-Founder of IDEAS for Us Chris Castro...

Duration: 00:20:01


Episode 8 - Interview with Director of Sustainability for the City of Orlando and Co-Founder of IDEAS for Us Chris Castro

7/19/2017
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The surf’s up for this episode of Teaching Change! In this two-parter, the hosts talk chasing waves and sustainability with Chris Castro, the Director of Sustainability for the City of Orlando. Chris’ love of nature started at an early age in Miami, FL where he worked on his stepfather’s palm tree farm. His extracurricularContinue reading "Episode 8 – Interview with Director of Sustainability for the City of Orlando and Co-Founder of IDEAS for Us Chris Castro"

Duration: 00:20:34


Episode 7 - Interview with Founder of City Maid Green Diana Palmar

7/12/2017
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For this episode, Jerrid and Courtney venture out of the studio to chat with Diana Palmar, the Queen of Clean. Diana is the owner of City Maid Green located in Orlando’s College Park neighborhood. City Maid Green doubles as a cleaning service and retailer of plant-based cleaning supplies. Diana’s entrepreneurial journey started when she andContinue reading "Episode 7 – Interview with Founder of City Maid Green Diana Palmar"

Duration: 00:19:59


Episode 6 – Interview with Peace and Justice Institute Coordinator Rachel Allen

6/28/2017
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Rachel Allen, college professor, and peace connoisseur drops by the studio to discuss the origins of Valencia’s Peace and Justice Institute (PJI). Once a tiny seed of an idea, the institute has grown into a powerful vehicle for addressing social issues not only at the college but in the community as well. PJI’s workContinue reading "Episode 6 – Interview with Peace and Justice Institute Coordinator Rachel Allen"

Duration: 00:20:01


Social Value Creation

6/21/2017
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In this episode, Jerrid and Courtney ponder the cost of social value, one of the core tenets of social entrepreneurship—the other being wealth creation. As a springboard for the conversation, Jerrid refers to Certo and Miller’s “Social Entrepreneurship: Key issues and concepts” which defines social value as having little to do with profit. Instead,Continue reading "Episode 5 – Social Value Creation"

Duration: 00:20:05


Episode 4 – Interview with Director of Sustainability and Guiding Coalition Member Resham Shirsat

6/14/2017
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This episode is brought to you by the three Ps: People, Planet, and Profit. Valencia’s Director of Sustainability, Resham Shirsat, joins the hosts in-studio to chat about sustainability and how it intersects with social entrepreneurship. She is also a fellow member of Jerrid’s Guiding Coalition who helped bring social entrepreneurship education to Valencia. Resham’sContinue reading "Episode 4 – Interview with Director of Sustainability and Guiding Coalition Member Resham Shirsat"

Duration: 00:19:59


10 Things Social Entrepreneurship is NOT

6/7/2017
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Welcome to Episode 3 of Teaching Change. Since the last episode, Courtney has presented at the Florida Library Association Conference. Her presentation focused on how the Valencia East Book Nerds, the student club she advises, has helped its members succeed in their personal and academic lives. Meanwhile, Jerrid took a group of students onContinue reading "Episode 3 – 10 Things Social Entrepreneurship is NOT"

Duration: 00:20:03


Interview with Dean Leonard Bass

5/31/2017
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Dr. Leonard Bass joins Jerrid and Courtney for Episode 2. Leonard is the Dean of Learning Support at Valencia’s east campus. As dean, he oversees New Student Experience, the library, Supplement Learning, the Academic Success Center as well as a host of other projects and initiatives. Plus, Leonard is Jerrid and Courtney’s boss! LeonardContinue reading "Episode 2 – Interview with Dean of Learning Support and Guiding Coalition Member Dr. Leonard Bass"

Duration: 00:19:12


Introductions

3/11/2017
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In the inaugural episode of Teaching Change, Professor Jerrid Kalakay and Librarian Courtney Moore set the stage to chronicle social entrepreneurship education at Valencia College and beyond. As Jerrid defines it, social entrepreneurship is the practice of using innovative business practices to create social value and wealth. The co-hosts, who both work at Valencia,Continue reading "Episode 0 – Introductions"

Duration: 00:19:19