7 episodes

In a culture where time is a commodity, the work we choose to invest in is one of the more powerful decision we can make. In this podcast, the Gordon College Career and Connection Institute will explore the seasons of fulfillment, frustration, complacency, and victory of alumni and friends of the college. Each week, tune in to hear a different career journey to be encouraged, challenged, and inspired.

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In a culture where time is a commodity, the work we choose to invest in is one of the more powerful decision we can make. In this podcast, the Gordon College Career and Connection Institute will explore the seasons of fulfillment, frustration, complacency, and victory of alumni and friends of the college. Each week, tune in to hear a different career journey to be encouraged, challenged, and inspired.

    Jane Eisenhauer

    Jane Eisenhauer

    In this episode, we hear the career journey of Jane Eisenhauer, a Systems Engineer at Raytheon who is currently leading a radar algorithm design team. She graduated from Gordon in 2009 and completed her Masters in Electrical and Computer Engineering Leadership in 2015 from Northeastern University. We chat about her decision-making process to pursue her graduate degree, healthy work-life balance, and what an average day looks like for someone who works in the missile-defense industry.

    • 39 min
    Megan Lietz

    Megan Lietz

    Megan Lietz serves as the Program Director of the Emmanuel Gospel Center. Raised in a rural, white community, Megan never imagined living in the city or working towards racial reconciliation but God has led her to immerse herself in diverse urban contexts where she has learned to call these communities her own. In this episode, we talk about her transition out of academia, the importance of work life balance, and the work that still needs to be done in working towards racial reconciliation.

    • 41 min
    Ryn Grant

    Ryn Grant

    Ryn is a native of Boothbay harbor maine who moved to the northshore to attend college. After college she got married and, with her husband Kevin, worked to fill a void in the social culture of Beverly by opening the northshore's first board game cafe. For 3 years she has been running The Castle with her husband and raising her two kids.
    Connect with The Castle: 
    Instagram/FB: @thecastlebeverly
    Twitter: @thecastlebev

    • 35 min
    Branden Figueroa

    Branden Figueroa

    Branden Figueroa works as an Account Manager at Veracross, a School Information System that provides an integrated platform for schools around the world. After teaching with Teach For America in rural North Carolina for two years, he knew he wanted to continue his career in education, but this time outside of the classroom walls. Branden has been at Veracross for 2 years and enjoys helping schools utilize their data and become more efficient in their daily administrative tasks.
    Branden grew up in New York and graduated from Gordon College in 2014.

    • 28 min
    Sarah Hague

    Sarah Hague

    In this episode, we talk to Sarah Hague about the importance of women in politics, and some of the people who have had a significant impact on her career along the way. 

    • 30 min
    Benji Suprice and Dennis Doran

    Benji Suprice and Dennis Doran

    Dennis Doran and Benji Suprice talk about their careers as they pertain to wealth, mentorship, and the sacred-secular divide in our work.

    • 34 min

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Purposeful Work

For those of us, and I believe it is most of us, who want to see that our work has meaning and a lasting impact on the world this podcast is timely and applicable. Thank you!

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