Align your passion with your purpose with the Social Change Career Podcast. PCDN sits down with the world’s top professionals in the social change field to learn how they are changing the world while making a living. Honest conversations turn career advice for the global changemakers.
There are many podcasts that offer career advice; there is also a significant amount of inspirational, social change type of programs. However, we couldn’t find a show dedicated to offering career advice designed specifically for the social change professional.
The Social Change Career Podcast by PCDN is here to fill this void. I promise you real honest conversations with the leading social change professionals to learn how they are changing the world while making a living.
Whether you call yourself a changemaker, a troublemaker, a social entrepreneur, an advocate or an activist, this podcast will bring you real life tips, career dos and don’ts, stories of failure and frustrations and also inspiration and insights for your own career trajectory.
Do you want to ask questions too? You can. We will post in advance at PCDN’s Facebook career helping line our guest for the week so you can ask your questions and we will include them in the podcast.
Good question. It’s OK NOT to know. Simply put a podcast is a digital audio file. Think of a video minus the image. Think radio but in the internet.
Why a podcast?
As a member of PCDN you get a lot of original content in the form of blogposts and newsletters, plus video content such as our monthly webinars. However, the podcast is the ONLY medium that you can do ON THE GO. While videos, webinars and blogposts require you have an internet connection and be in front of a screen, with a podcast you can listen, anywhere you want!
How do I listen to a podcast?
Simply listen here in our website where you can access our podcasts or subscribe to Apple podcast (formerly known as itunes), Stitcher or Google Play and you can download them and listen while you are on a plane, while washing the dishes; walking the dog; on your way to work.
How much does it cost?
By NOT listening your career will pay the price but if you want to listen to pcdn’s podcast is free.