Emily Wapnick

Why some of us don’t have one true calling

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Amy Cuddy

Your body language shapes who you are

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Carol Fishman Cohen

How to get back to work after a career break

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Julian Treasure

How to speak so people want to listen

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Celeste Headlee

10 ways to have a better conversation

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Regina Hartley

Regina Hartley

Why the best hire might not have the perfect resume

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Kelly McGonigal

Kelly McGonigal

How to make stress your friend

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Shawn Achor

Shawn Anchor

The happy secret to better work

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Tim Urban

Tim Urban

Inside the mind of a master procrastinator

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Matt Poischbeg

Apprenticeship career paths are critical for young people

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Ike Chioke

From apprenticeship to enterprise

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Jordan Klein

Why college students need apprenticeships

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Malcolm Arnold

Apprenticeship and technology

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Margaret Reilly

Apprenticeships and not taking no for an answer!

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Noel Ginsburg

Shaping Colorado’s workforce through modern youth apprenticeships

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Podcasts

Join Growth Innovations Group for part 2 of our interview with Dug Jones, Clark University Tech Quest Apprenticeship Grant Program Manager. Hear how Clark University is getting into the workforce development business and how prospective students and employers can get involved in this initiative.

Clark University is working with workforce partners coast to coast to fill 5000 apprenticeship positions. Join Growth Innovations Group Christina Brown and Clark University’s Dug Jones to learn how employers and students in states such as Nevada, California, Massachusetts, Florida and more are gearing up for this coast to coast initiative. For more information go to Twitter.com/TQAClark, LinkedIn.com/TQAClark