Josh Schukman of Social Change Nation
Podcasts have become one of the fastest growing mediums for storytelling and are a great space for entrepreneurs to play. Josh served as a City Year member back in the pre-AmeriCorps days, before their 100% education focus. At just 18 years of age, he served as a volunteer coordinator in Cincinnati. He categorizes City Year as social justice work and said it laid the foundation for “everything that I [Josh] have done in my life.”
In this conversation, Josh talks about unrealistic expectations many millennials have around becoming a social entrepreneur and the importance of taking service into the traditional workforce.
Social change in business is becoming business as usual, Josh is telling this story at Social Change Nation.