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Joseph's Storehouses

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Conference messages and special fellowship for college students. Media for your inner man — "And when the famine was over all the face of the earth, Joseph opened all the storehouses of grain..." (Genesis 41:56)
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Good School: Community College students investigate the complexities of higher education

Good School Community College of Baltimore County Student Journalists

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Good School, it’s not just a phrase. It defines who we are. It determines our future success. It determines our social network, and it determines our social mobility. Join the students of the Community College of Baltimore County as they explore the concept of a “good school” in this ongoing podcast series. Season 1 is live! Subscribe now to be notified.
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Discover the secrets to college transition, disability accommodations, and academic success for students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and mental health conditions. Join Dan Jordan, a current therapist at a university and former accessibility coordinator for over a decade, as he provides weekly insider tips and insights to improve your student’s self-advocacy, academic achievement, and personal wellness. Get the essential information you need to navigate the college journey from start to ...
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Main Street Moxie: Stories from small-town founders and entrepreneurs told by students and faculty at Franklin College

Franklin College Department of Economics, Business, and Accounting and the Kite Shop at Franklin College

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Hear stories from the builders, dreamers, adventurers, and founders that knit communities together with businesses big and small. Whether it's a corner shop, a B2B agency, a nonprofit, or a high-powered startup on the rise, you'll hear about the ideas, the journeys, the challenges, and the victories from real people who make our small towns special. Periodic special editions will focus on student entrepreneurs at Franklin College and surrounding schools, as well as other programs around Indi ...
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A podcast about college admissions. Created for high school kids in all levels of college preparation and their parents. Produced and hosted by a college professor and a college admissions pro, husband and wife, Anthony and Jankel Cadavid. Each episode dives into the steps of the college admission process, the best colleges and universities in the country, and the most promising careers and professions.
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There's a lot with college transition. As a parent who's done this twice already, I can tell you that there are always things you wish you did or said differently. Yep, I've been on a college campus for a minute for sure, but that does not mean I did everything right. I made mistakes. Not happy about it, but I get to pass on my experiences and less…
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Guide your teen from high school to college with these 10 episodes. I have 10 of the most important podcast episodes all to help you and your student. It's a list of the college transition essential informaiton. For students with hidden disabilities, it can be a game changer. I can guarantee this information was not in your IEP or 504 plan or trans…
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Dad's you have a special role to play in your student's college journey and self-advocacy. It's unlike any other role because your connection to your student is uniqe and special. What you bring to the plate is needed for your student's college success and a better college transition. Student's with disabilites like ADHD, learning disabilities, and…
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May is all about getting ready before graduation. Today is about the three things you and your student need to do before they graduate. For students with hidden disabilities like ADHD, learning disabilities, and mental helath conditions, there's a bit more to do before college starts. What are those three things and how do they help with college tr…
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Getting prepared for college is a huge task. Theres's not just the parctical stuff like bedding, snacks, food, mini-fridge etc. There is also the adult topics to discuss. As a parent of a college student, these topics are critical to have. Why? No regrets. None at all. Even if something happens, which I pray it doesn't, at least you know, as a pare…
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This is the second in a series this month all about copllege transition tips for parents and getting prepared. College transition is hard especially for students with ADHD, learning disabilities, and mental health conditions. Getting disability accommodations is vital as well as maintaining time management and mental wellbeing. What if something go…
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accessingcollege.com/college-success-revealing-the-top-3-areas-you-need-to-know/May is College Prep month and I’m kicking it off with an episode to help guide you and your student. If you could only pick three things that would make every student with a hidden disability successful in college, what three things would you pick? If you’ve listened to…
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It's a sweet double feature this week as Nic and Asher sit down with Christina Fletcher of home goods and creative shop Possibilities and Whitney Ackerson of Norma Jean's Pastries, both located in Franklin, Indiana. Find Norma Jean's here: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Norma+Jean's+Pastries/ Explore Possibilities here: https://shoppossibilities…
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Everything in college relates to mental health. Here are a few examples. Anxious college students don't study as well and don't remember as much for tests. Stressed students are not as productive and sometimes will put off assignments making stress worse. Depressed students may miss classes which causes secondary anxiety and worry about the work th…
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Brayden and Jordan sit down with Johnny Rees of Rees Restoration to talk about the hustle of starting a new business in the trades. Learn more about Rees Restoration here: https://www.reesrestorationindy.net/ == These recordings are made possible by the Engaged Learning team at Franklin College, which includes the offices of career and professional…
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This week's guest is found on the literal Main Street — happens to be Jefferson Street here in Franklin; lots of Founding Father names around here — in an antique shop next to a retired train station. Julie Stewart of Salvage Sisters Antique Market is a local establishment unto herself, and Riley and Zach dive into her story with all its twists and…
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Today on the podcast, Rebecca King is joining me to talk all things heathy eating and changing your relationship with food to be healthier for those with ADHD. She is diagnosed with ADHD too. Here's what you'll learn on this episode: What are some of the big issues around food and eating for those with ADHD? What is intuitive eating? How does this …
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All the episodes this month are about mental wellness. You will hear me say it over and over again, 'mental health is the foundation upon which everything else is built." It's true. Yet, we all fall off this wagon and it seems harder to do. Truth is, it's simple but simple doesn't mean easy. So, how do we get our student to buy into it and incorpor…
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Episode two is a tour de force of the entrepreneurial spirit with Rye Von of Art Haus Balloon Company, with more "Wait, what!?" moments than I could keep track of. Join students Trey and Joshua as they help weave together the story of the founder who went to a trade convention and quit her job on the spot to try something new. Learn more about Art …
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Does your student have a sense of perfectionism? Do they get their self-worth from achieving good grades? Are the involved in a lot of different things? DO they have a type A personality? If so, your student may not be doing as well as it looks on the outside. Your student may be suffering on the inside. Overachievers succeed which can mask the pai…
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We couldn't have asked for a better first episode than this one where Amirah, Kearsley, and Jacqueline talk with Kari Kermode, Kearsley's mom and founder and owner of Style Dance Academy in Franklin, Indiana. Learn more about Style Dance Academy here: http://www.styledanceacademy.com/ Kearsley's involvement with the family business has been written…
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This podcast will help parents answer the question, "Does my student need a new evaluation and college?" I'll give you a 3 step process to help you determine the best answer to this important question for you and your student's cicumstances. Here are the links to the programs to help you and your student have a successful college transition and mak…
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Join me for a special podcast episode. I am covering a topic that is not often explored in disability circles, scholarships. I’m talking with Kara Walker and college scholarship expert on all things scholarships. Kara will walk us through the process of finding scholarships and the scholarship iceberg. She will answer the question, do students with…
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Welcome to a new pod series from Franklin College: A small, private, liberal arts school in the heart of America’s heartland, in this in-between world of being just 20 minutes from Indianapolis, one of the country’s 25 largest cities, and what you may lovingly refer to as the middle of nowhere. Franklin is the second-largest town or city in Indiana…
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Dive deeper into the world of college services for students with learning disabilities, dyslexia, mental health conditions, and ADHD. There are a lot of services for every student at college. Which services does you student need to consider? And how do you factor college services into your student’s school choice? In this episode, learn how to help…
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In this episode of After the IEP, we tackle a crucial concern for parents and students alike – choosing the right college for individuals with disabilities. Navigating the complexities of college selection can be daunting, especially when it comes to accommodating specific needs. Join us as we discuss the importance of finding a college that aligns…
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In this insightful episode, we review self-advocacy examples that foster self-advocacy in college-bound students. Through the "I do, we do, you do" model, discover how to gradually empower them to self-advocate effectively. From scheduling their own appointments with healthcare professionals to handling takeout orders and picking up prescriptions (…
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In this podcast episode, we answer the question: Whay self-advocacy is important? This is a pivotal question for self-advocacy for college students with disabilities. While self-advocacy is widely acknowledged and supported, how to develop self-advocacy is absent from K-12. In addition, self-advocacy's significance within higher education and beyon…
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Unravel the complexities of college responsibilities in this episode! Gain valuable insights into managing daily tasks, notifying instructors, and optimizing accommodations for academic success. Learn how proactive communication and informed choices about accommodations impact the college journey. We explore the use of assistive technology, test ac…
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Tune in to our latest episode, "How To Eliminate The Sunday Scaries For Good," where we dive into practical strategies to bid farewell to that looming feeling of anxiety before the week begins. Do you know a student caught in the grip of the Sunday scaries? Discover how a simple shift in perspective can reframe those feelings from anxiety to normal…
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Welcome to "After the IEP," where we dive into navigating the college experience. In this episode, "College Transition Tips: Seeking help? What gets in the way?" we unpack the complexities surrounding asking for help in college. Parents often worry about their student's ability to seek assistance when needed. However, various factors hinder this pr…
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In this episode, we confront a common myth: the pursuit of life balance in college. This episode challenges the notion that balance is the ultimate goal for students. Ever heard someone clamor for more life balance? It's a familiar refrain, but here's the catch—balance might not be the panacea we imagine it to be. In fact, striving for it could lea…
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Welcome to the anniversary special of After the IEP! As we celebrate a year of incredible conversations and insights, join me in revisiting the top 10 episodes of 2023 that resonated most with our amazing audience. Starting off our countdown at number 10 is "Practical College Accommodations for Anxiety You Need to Know." From there, we'll journey t…
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Welcome to After the IEP! In this month’s episode, we're diving into a critical skill that can redefine your child's trajectory: resilience. Failure is inevitable, especially in the journey of a student. As parents, witnessing these setbacks can be tough, but fostering resilience can empower them to bounce back stronger. In this installment, we emb…
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Join us as we unravel the intricacies of decision-making and the impact our emotions can have on this process. Ever found yourself making decisions from extreme emotional states? It happens more often than we realize, impacting our college journey. In this episode, we delve into the dangers of emotion-based choices and strategies to triumph over th…
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Welcome to "After the IEP," where we're diving into the essential skillsets crucial for college triumphs. In this episode, "The Best Skillsets for Proven College Success," we unpack the roadmap to thrive in higher education. Crafted explicitly for soft skills development, the Soft Skills Planner is used. It's a personalized tool designed to cultiva…
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In this episode, we delve into the pivotal task of assessing your semester—especially when it seems like everything went smoothly. We explore the necessity of avoiding complacency and seeking areas for improvement even in successful times. We start by reflecting on what went well, conducting a comprehensive class review that delves into preferred e…
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I realize this will be a tough topic for most parents, but it's an essential aspect of education: letting your students fail. It might be difficult to do, and even harder to watch, but trust us, you'll never regret it. So, grab a notebook and pen, because we've got some invaluable insights coming your way. Failure is a fundamental part of the learn…
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Get ready for the ultimate guide to conquering finals with your college student on "After the IEP"! As the semester winds down, the pressure amps up. In this episode, we delve into strategies to support your student during this crucial period. Discover the importance of a wellness plan and how your student can navigate stress effectively. Whether t…
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Today, we're diving into a rather unconventional idea: the power of being more selfish. You heard that right, but before you raise your eyebrows, let us redefine what selfishness means. In this episode, we'll debunk the negative connotations associated with selfishness and show you how embracing it can benefit your college student with a disability…
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In today's episode, we're diving deep into the transformative effects of practicing gratitude and how it can significantly impact your life. You'll discover that something truly special happens when you embrace gratitude in your daily routine. Gratitude has the power to reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and even decrease your heart rate. It acts…
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You might already know that I'm not a fan of the "never tell the student the diagnosis" crowd, but in this episode, we'll explore situations where delaying the revelation makes sense. Grab your notebook and pen because you won't want to miss this discussion. I'll shed (much needed) light on the complex decision of when to reveal a diagnosis to a ch…
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Hey there, parents, guardians, and educators! Are you getting ready to send your high school graduate off to college? It's an exciting time, but it can also be a little nerve-wracking, especially if your child has a diagnosis that's been kept under wraps. In this episode of After The IEP, we're diving into the vital reasons why you should let your …
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Do you know what it takes to have your student self-advocate in college? Where does a parent start? What information is important for your student to know? Is it complicated? Will it take a long time? How does it even relate to college or their success? In this episode of After The IEP podcast, I'm going over the five steps for self-advocacy. These…
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If you have a student with a mental health condition, chances are they are taking a medication to help manage it. What happens if they have to change that medication at some point in the semester? Medications come with thier own set of issues. Changing a medicaiton comes with it's own set of issues. When taking college classes, the a medicaiton cha…
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Atending college is no joke. It's hard for anyone. If the current statistics show anything, it that college is stressful and difficult. So how do students deal with all of that while having a mental health issue? I boiled it all down the top five ways. There are many more but theses are the five that will make the most difference and the biggest im…
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College choice is one of the most difficult aspects of the college journey. It gets more difficult the more a student needs to look at the suervices and supports available for a specific issue. Mental health conditions are no less important when considering a college. Students with mental health conditions are seldom discussed or mentioned in any f…
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I see information on the web about college disability accommodations all the time. Some of it isn't bad and some is just misleading. Some is plain wrong. ESA letter mills being the worst. Just don't go there. What do you look out for? How can you spot what's good and what is not? Do you know that some blog posts are written by people that have no e…
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Have you ever struggled to know how to motivate and encourage your college student? It can be a daunting task for sure. How do you encourage and motivate and not seem like you're pestering or lecturing? Well, in this episode, I'll give you five ways to have a positive influence on them all without pestering or lecturing. Episodes Mentioned How to g…
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Anxiety is a prevalent issue on college campuses, affecting numerous students. In this episode, we delve into some of the most common accommodations available to help students manage their anxiety while pursuing higher education. However, it's important to note that the suitability and approval of these accommodations can vary, so it's crucial to w…
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Are you a parent eager to guide your college-bound student toward academic triumph? Join us in this insightful podcast episode as we delve into the art of designing a study schedule that propels your student's success to new heights. The first semester is a pivotal phase, and the key to conquering it lies in strategic planning. This episode unveils…
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I often talk about college transition. It's an important topic for sure, but when does a student prepare for college. Personally, I think it starts as soon as the first IEP or 504 plan is signed. Regardless, when should you realistically start planning? Junior year is perfect. Why? There's enough urgency and awareness that the next phase of life is…
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The first semester at college is crucial for your student’s success. It leads to a solid foundation with skills, accurate expectations, and grades. Basically, they are beginning know how to be a college student. The spring semester builds on this and can make those skillsets stronger. Or there is the other side, not having accommodations, or waitin…
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Out of all the things to do to prepare for college, there are four strategies that are often overlooked. They maybe overlooked for a variety of reasons, but these for strategies do not get the recognition they deserve. They are effective and can help your college transition be better, more enjoyable, and less stressed. And let’s face it. If all tho…
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The first in a series of episodes all in time for the fall college transition. Expectations are powerful. As I’ve stated in the episode on growth mindset, what you think has a powerful effect on your emotions and decisions. What your student expects going into freshman year and transitioning to college will have a profound effect on how they naviga…
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