Armah Shiancoe has been active in education in many roles that include: research assistant, program development and coordination, recruiter, student development, presenter, trainer and high school Business Teacher. He created and served as the coordinator for Queens University of Charlotte's student Peer Mentor Program; served as a co-facilitator for the Transition to University program at Queens; and created and advised the Communities in Colleges student-led organization at Central Piedmont Community College. Armah's here to share the many lesson learned along with his corporate experiences.
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Great discussion with a special guest and one of the impactful educators that really knows how to connect with her students. Check out the podcast!
In this final episode of season one, we catch you up on what's been happening since our last episode and briefly introduce the new book, "Leadership Is A Choice". We also invite you into a live recording for a class podcast demonstration that happened recently with some energetic youth. Enjoy and stay tuned for the things to come!
Hope we remember the lessons from the past year and use them to push forward. Cheers to your year of unexpected abundance!
In this episode, three gems that have helped me bounce back from a complete Achilles’s tendon rupture are in focus. I’m still working to run again.
We have to find new ways to engage and help young people want to learn - because they want to. Here's a suggestion!
The weight, we as adults are choosing to carry, is being felt by our young ones. As you shop to gift them with tangible items, create an opportunity to encourage them! They’ll appreciate you for it.