PCDN is pleased to announce our next Social Change Career Podcast Livestream.
This session is supported by the Rotary Peace Fellowship, a fully-funded master’s degree or certificate in peace and development studies.
In our upcoming session, The New Reason to Work: How to Build a Career that will Change the World, learn from leading social innovator and author Roshan Paul. Roshan has been working at the intersection of leadership, innovation, social entrepreneurship, upskilling and convening for impact for more than 15 years including at his current role as Director of Leadership Practice at IREX.
In this livestreamed session, Roshan will share deep insights from work around the globe helping hundreds of social impact professionals scale their skills, impact and careers. He will discuss the wonders and challenges of advancing a career in the social impact sector, tips for building relevant skills and what he sees as key emerging career pathways. In addition, given his own career path and mentoring many professionals from the Global South he will also highlight key recommendations for those seeking to scale a regional or remote impact career.
Roshan Paul is the Director of Leadership Practice at IREX and the co-author of the Amazon #1 bestseller The New Reason to Work. Originally from Bangalore, India, he spent the first 10 years of his career working with Ashoka and the next 10 years co-founding and leading Amani Institute into the largest social change career development organization in the global south. He loves watching cricket, wildlife, and well-written TV shows.
How do I attend: The Social Change Career Podcast livestream can be watched on Linkedin, Youtube. & Twitter. The recording will be also uploaded to our Youtube Channel and converted to an episode of the Social Change Career Podcast.
When: The session will be streamed October 24 at 12 pm EST.
Why is PCDN doing this? We are deeply committed to helping social impact professionals and students around the world find their path to impact careers. We only have one planet and one life, and our goal is to help as many people put impact & changemaking at the heart of their work across diverse sectors.
For those who want much greater support, access to the world’s best experts, more interactive sessions, networking events & workshops over 350 opportunities per month (fellowships, jobs, funding, socent +startup, training and more) + tons of members only benefits please visit the PCDN Career Campus.
Format: The podcast features short interviews led by the PCDN leadership team with our guests and there is usually time for questions from the audience.
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Check out the Rotary Peace Fellowship
This session is supported by the Rotary Peace Fellowship Every year, 130 individuals are selected to receive a generous award from The Rotary Foundation that funds tuition, living expenses, international field experience, and research/conference opportunities at one of the Rotary Peace Centers, located within eight leading universities around the world.