In this episode, Shehnezi helps us understand the difference between clinical psychology, psychiatry and counseling psychology, the importance of patient-therapist confidentiality and shares her thoughts on the misunderstanding about mental health in Grenada.
Today, Kyana talks about about relentless pursuit of one’s interests, the responsibility aviation owns as regards climate sustainability and the path she took in writing her first children’s book. A local college student purusing aviation also gets the chance to speak with Kyana to discuss her experience in the field and receive direct advice about the process.
In this episode, Ron and Arlene talk about the poor reputation that Math has among students and society, the novelty of a liberal arts education and the importance of developing mentor relationships.
Krystal shares her experiences about the process and importance of getting an internship before and during university, protecting your mental health through difficult times, and the uncertainty of our life experiences.
In this episode, Kenroy and Arlene talk about the importance of digital transformation for the Caribbean, the state of business and technology in Grenada, and Kenroy’s plans for expansion of the upcoming Super-App, LUHU.
In this episode, Sharbacha and Arlene talk about learning to ask for help, passion vs paying the bills, and keeping your eye on the bigger picture when pursuing a career.
In this episode, Michael and Arlene talk about university, the process of obtaining a work visa in the USA as an international student and the job of an engineer in the oil & gas industry.
This episode is sure to take you on a ride! Kenrith shares stories about everything from delivering a kid from its goat mother after 3 days in labour, to traveling up the islands on Richard Branson’s super yacht.
In honor of July 2021 being GrenSTEAM’s 5th anniversary, we wanted to do a bit of reflection on where we started and how far we’ve come over the years. What better way to do that then to sit down with the original team members who made it all happen? In this episode, Arlene sits with the five other founding directors to catch up, talk about where we’ve been as an organization and where we all want to see it go in the next 5 years.
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