Carious Curiosity Podcast sits down with workers of different crafts to gain insight on their duties, responsibilities, qualifications, future plans, and lifestyles. To help you, the viewer, explore various paths.
#9 Elementary School Principal
Fredi is my lovely aunt. She had a number of jobs in education that eventually led her to the destination of principal. Hear her story about how she followed her interests while wanting to make a difference in her community. Recommended Book:Grasp: The...
College Visits Show #4 Salve Regina University (Newport, RI) - Student Athlete
Conk is one of my good friends. He graduated Salve in 16' with a degree in Finance and played on the LAX team. This episode is an inside scoop of what to do on-campus, what student life is like, and all the amazing/fun things to do around and near...
Jessica Fischer MS, RD got her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition & Dietetics from URI (University of Rhode Island) and went on to earn a Master of Science in Dietetics from UVM (University of Vermont) to become a Dietitian. In this episode, we chat...
#7 Tech Sales/SAS - Business Development Executive (PitchBook) - Silicon Valley
Willy graduated from UKansas in '09 in accounting and then got his Master's the following year from UK. Hear about his journey, why he does what he does, and how he does it so well! IG: careercuriositypodcastYouTube Channel: Career Curiosity...
College Visits Show #3 University of Vermont (UVM) - Club
Kaitlin graduate from the University of Vermont in 2018. Not only was she in the snowboarding/skiing club, she knows all the local spots to get jiggy, grab a coffee and do some work, or relax at a good yoga studio in town. Find out what it's like to be...
#6 Technical Product Manager - Sales (Biotechnology Industry)
Abby majored in biology with a minor in chemistry at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island. Instead of working in the lab, Abby is out selling product. Learn more about what she does in episode 6. IG: careercuriositypodcastYouTube Channel:...
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This podcast (all episodes) have been so interesting and informative so far. I think that this would be useful for all juniors and seniors in high school to listen to. I wish I had heard this long ago. ❤️