EPISODE SLICE #70: Become a Program Leader for High School Volunteer Abroad Trips
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Today’s episode slice is with Liz Leonard, who is the founder of Blue Bridge Project, which is a very unique high school volunteer abroad program. She is an inspiration for all aspiring female (and male) entrepreneurs, and I really enjoyed talking with her. Liz is a veteran leader for high school abroad programs who quit her position as a public interest lawyer to found Blue Bridge Project. We talk about how she made the transition from lawyer to entrepreneur and how YOU can become a program leader with Blue Bridge Project.
Here are some of my favorite highlights from the interview:
- How Blue Bridge Project is unique and helps students with the re-entry process
- Liz’s advice on starting her own business, the hardships she faced, and perseverance it takes to continue
- How she was received by her close friends and family when she decided she wanted to start Blue Bridge
- What she looks for when hiring a program leader
- Good questions for a program leader applicant to ask during an interview
… and so much more! This is just a small sample of what you’ll hear. She has fantastic ideas and advice!
Want to become a program leader? Learn more right here. If you have a passion for meaningful travel, then you’re in luck.
Special thanks to Liz Leonard!
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