(STILLWATER, Okla. September 17, 2019)– There are more than 700,000 podcasts available for download. Are you taking advantage of them? If not, you’re missing out on the best personal and professional development money can’t buy!
If you’ve ever considered listening to podcasts but aren’t sure where to start, on September 27, as part of the new Lunchtime Learning series co-sponsored by the Stillwater Chamber of Commerce and Meridian Technology Center, Cara Adney will present, “Push Play: How to Use Podcasts for Professional Development and Personal Growth.”
During this session, Adney will cover what podcasts are, benefits of listening to them, what you need to access a podcast, how to find shows you like and tips on how to carve out time to enjoy them. Learn to push play and bring the world of podcasting to your ears!
Adney believes that every person has a story. As the Marketing and Media Relations Coordinator at Meridian Technology Center, storytelling is one of her primary responsibilities. From student success stories in the local paper to snapshots on social media, Adney is responsible for sharing the Meridian story, one word or picture at a time. When she’s not working, she can generally be found listening to a podcast.
Lunchtime Learning sessions are held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Meridian’s campus. Registration is $15 per session and includes lunch. For more information or to register for the upcoming Lunchtime Learning series visit meridiantech.edu/lunchtime or contact Marcy Luter at firstname.lastname@example.org, (405) 377-3333 ext. 297 or toll-free at (888) 607-2509.
Meridian Technology Center has been a driver of economic development since 1975. With a mission to educate, enrich lives and secure economic futures, Meridian offers full-time career training programs, short courses, Business and Industry services and entrepreneurial support to residents from the Agra, Carney, Glencoe, Guthrie, Morrison, Mulhall-Orlando, Pawnee, Perkins-Tryon, Perry and Stillwater school districts. Meridian is one of 29 schools within Oklahoma’s CareerTech system.