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The 13th Grade Podcast

The 13th Grade Podcast

By Knit Marketing
The 13th Grade Podcast is an audio experience for lifelong learners. We're breaking down topics that we didn't learn in school through expert interviews, personal stories, and some opinionated Gen Z'ers.

Themes include personal finance, relationships, self-discovery, politics, and so much more!

Host: Rebecca Borough
Produced by: Knit Marketing
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Traveling Abroad and Coming Home with Lindsay Cohen, Cancer Institute Administrator

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01:59
April 26, 2021
Traveling Abroad and Coming Home with Lindsay Cohen, Cancer Institute Administrator
Traveling Abroad and Coming Home with Lindsay Cohen, Cancer Institute Administrator Class: Culture Shock Episode summary: From 2010-2012, Rebecca and guest speaker Lindsay Cohen settled down in small towns of Mexico as peace corp volunteers. During their time there, they were assigned work to help their communities, but that work had had its ups and downs. While working on their missions, along the way they ended up learning a lot about the Mexican culture and even trying to share a piece of themselves with the community they grew so close to. Listen to them reminisce on their stories and experiences arriving in Mexico as well as leaving. Lindsay’s Bio: Lindsay Cohen currently works with Catholic Health as the Administrative Director to The Cancer Institute at Good Samaritan Hospital on Long Island, New York. Prior to Catholic Health, she spent several years in various operational supervisory roles at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in NY, New York under the Department of Neurology. Lindsay’s passion for healthcare administration came to fruition after she served in the United States Peace Corps for 27 months where she was given the opportunity to work in a community health clinic as well as teach a health and wellness class to students. After serving in the Peace Corps, Lindsay earned her Masters of Public Health with a focus in Health Policy and Management from CUNY Hunter. Topics discussed: Lindsay’s intro - [1:24] The living situation in Mexico - [3:09] Thanksgiving story - [5:15] Say yes! - [11:22] 1 trip can influence your career path - [14:46] The recycling project tragedy - [20:30] Going back home in the states - [32:23] Final advice - [46:09] Resources: About the Peace Corp: https://www.peacecorps.gov/volunteer/ Follow Lindsay on Instagram @lbc9267 Partners / Ads: Franklin Education Services - Offering vetted tutors in one-on-one schooling, educational therapy, test preparation, school placement, educational consulting, and advocacy. Call Franklin today at 310-571-1176 or visit FranklinEd.com to learn more. Knit Marketing - Get a fresh perspective on your marketing! Knit’s youth team brings a fresh perspective to social media, content creation, web development, and ad management. If your business needs a youth voice, head over to knitmarketing.com to schedule a free consultation today.
48:21
April 13, 2021
Immersing into Mexican Culture with Moriah McLeod, Artist, Traveler, and Paint Maker
Immersing into Mexican Culture with Moriah McLeod, Artist, Traveler, and Paint Maker Class: Culture Shock Episode summary: Moriah’s deep interest in deaf culture landed her to be extremely involved in helping the Mexican deaf community, despite initially not speaking Spanish or Spanish sign language! On the podcast, she shares stories and observations from when she landed in Mexico to the moment she departed. Moriah’s journey is a reminder to step out of your comfort zone because you never know the beauty you will find. Moriah’s Bio: Moriah currently works at a paint store right in the middle of Oxnard, California where she uses Spanish daily and loves the Hispanic community. A few hobbies are: learning about healthy soil, studio barre, ukulele, dancing, singing, & writing. One day she plans to write books about her various experiences in Mexico/coming back to the states. Topics discussed: Moriah’s background - [1:35] Traveling to México - [3:47] American vs Spanish Sign Language - [7:29] American microculture - [9:13] Stepping out of the comfort zone and into Oaxaca - [13:32] Culture shock - [19:32] Challenges of being in a new place - [22:12] Personal boundaries when integrating - [23:47] Building a Deaf school in Querétaro, México - [28:57] Coming back to the States - [35:27] Advice for anyone on a similar path - [38:58] Resources: Link for Spanish School: Roca Blanca Spanish Language School | Spanish for Cross Cultural Christians Follow Moriah on IG: @streams.that.heal Moriah’s spontaneous writings and poems: Whenheatcomesblog.wordpress.com https://link.medium.com/Vcas6GQMaeb Partners / Ads: Knit Marketing Academy - In addition to hiring and training our own team, we love to help businesses grow their own youth teams. Whether you’re starting a summer internship program or hiring a social media manager, give us a call and we’ll walk you through everything you need to know about youth employment. knitmarketing.com
43:14
April 6, 2021
Stories from First Generation Nigerian American Adewole Williams, Nonprofit Case Manager
Stories from First Generation Nigerian American Adewole Williams, Nonprofit Case Manager Class: Culture Shock Episode summary: Beginning in Nigeria, Adewole’s parents made the decision to move to the U.S. where he was born. In this episode, listen to his unique experience navigating his identity in the U.S. and even in Argentina! We go all the way back to his elementary school days, learn about his parents, and more. Adewole’s Bio: Adewole Williams is a US born Nigerian American, who's love for music, art, and community drives him. He's a recording artist, and a case manager at a non-profit that works to decrease recidivism amongst the homeless population in Los Angeles County. Topics discussed: Adewole’s introduction - [3:30] Growing up with Nigerian parents - [7:03] Language - [9:49] Belonging in the school setting - [11:40] Media's perception of African Americans - [18:33] Study abroad in Argentina - [29:06] Final Advice for Listeners - [46:43] Resources: Sol Education Abroad: https://www.soleducation.com/ Follow Adewole on Instagram here instagram.com/graphikla Graphik on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/13TeJvIXTrI3r8l92VZdvt Partners / Ads: Knit Marketing Academy - In addition to hiring and training our own team, we love to help businesses grow their own youth teams. Whether you’re starting a summer internship program or hiring a social media manager, give us a call and we’ll walk you through everything you need to know about youth employment. knitmarketing.com
51:39
March 30, 2021
Planting Roots in Los Angeles with Marina Terteryan, Professional Service Designer
Planting Roots in Los Angeles with Marina Terteryan, Professional Service Designer Class: Culture Shock Episode summary: Marina is an Armenian American immigrant living in Los Angeles, and although she is now settled in with a successful career in service design, it wasn’t always like this. In this episode she gets personal, gives us great analogies to help us understand the hardships she faced as an immigrant, and shares how she used those hardships to be the great person and designer she is today. Marina’s Bio: Marina Terteryan is a Service Design leader and conscious entrepreneur working at the intersection of service design, behavior science, education, and social justice. She was born in Yerevan, Armenia, but says she grew up in "Los Angeles, Armenia," as she navigated the intersectionality of her various identities as an immigrant. As a “Professional First Penguin,” she makes it her mission to take the first leap on great new things, in order to build opportunities and set an empowering example for those around her. She runs The Why Lab, an innovation school that helps people use the power of design to solve complex challenges. Topics discussed: Marina’s Introduction - [2:51] Armenia ➡ Los Angeles - [4:32] Navigating American School - [7:32] Challenges of Stepping into a New World - [9:11] Childhood Memories - [12:11] The First Penguin - [16:47] Marina’s Career Journey - [25:57] Blending Career + Identity - [30:44] Lessons to Take Home - [44:21] Resources: Being the First Penguin article: https://medium.com/@thewhylab/on-being-the-first-penguin-fbccb1981b7b What the actual First Penguin experience looks like (the funny image we referenced): https://twitter.com/thewhylab/status/1324474074999914496 Personal website: marinaterteryan.com The Why Lab on Twitter: twitter.com/thewhylab Service Design Resources: Why Service Design Thinking Podcast: whyservicedesignthinking.com This is Service Design Doing Book: http://thisisservicedesigndoing.com What is Service Design: https://store.swissinnovation.academy/course-what-is-service-design Partners / Ads: Tiny Topanga - Tiny Topanga is a custom tiny home and van conversion builder based in Mexico and the United States, offering premium homes, with hand crafted artisan touches throughout each build. Now offering tours! Find out more at tinytopanga.com or follow @tinytopanga on Instagram. Knit Marketing Academy - In addition to hiring and training our own team, we love to help businesses grow their own youth teams. Whether you’re starting a summer internship program or hiring a social media manager, give us a call and we’ll walk you through everything you need to know about youth employment. knitmarketing.com
47:07
March 23, 2021
Class Final: Personal Finance and First-Time Home Buying 101 - The #TeamKnit Take
Class Final: Personal Finance and First-Time Home Buying 101 - The #TeamKnit Take Class: Personal Finance and First-Time Home Buying 101 Episode summary: The team of Knit Marketing, Rebecca, Yesenia, Abeyah, and Jaksondebrief 4 episodes of The 13th Grade Podcast class on Personal Finance and First-Time Home Buying, sharing lessons learned. Topics discussed: Recap of class - [2:50] General takeaways - [4:04] Budgeting tips - [7:24] Home ownership - [11:50] Spending vs. saving habits - [17:08] How to buy a house - [24:48] Storytime: Money Ninja, by Mary Ninh - [30:00] Resources: Personal Finance with Erika Hopkins YNAB Evangelist and University Supervisor Personal Savings with Vineet Prasad, Financial Counselor and Founder of Savings Academy A Personal Home Buying Experience with Erin, First Time Home Owner Advice for First Time Home Buying with Hilary Blaha, Realtor YNAB. Personal Budgeting Software Ninjalifehacks.tv Partners / Ads: Repurpose Your Purpose - Are you a leader or interested in developing your leadership abilities? On March 18, 2021 Repurpose Your Purpose is hosting an interactive online event to deepen your ability to be, relate, and connect with others. This event, titled Presence and Purpose, will last 90 min and will not be recorded to create a space where attendees can safely share with each other. You can choose to join at 9 am or at 5:30 pm Pacific. Find all details at http://bit.ly/presence-21 or visit repurposeyourpurpose.com Knit Marketing - Get a fresh perspective on your marketing! Knit’s youth team brings a fresh perspective to social media, content creation, web development, and ad management. If your business needs a youth voice, head over to knitmarketing.com to schedule a free consultation today.
34:17
March 16, 2021
Advice for First Time Home Buying with Hilary Blaha, Realtor
Advice for First Time Home Buying with Hilary Blaha, Realtor Class: Personal Finance and Home Buying 101 Episode summary: In this episode, we talk to Hilary Blaha who, after having her own first-time home buyer horror story, was motivated to help others avoid the same fate. She became a realtor and is now an expert with anything housing-related. Listen as she shares advice for anyone who sees home-buying in their future. Hilary’s Bio: Hilary has over a decade of real estate experience and a deep knowledge of the Santa Clarita, Agua Dulce, and Acton areas. What makes Hilary stand out as a Realtor is her patience and thrill of problem-solving. She sweats the small stuff, so her clients don’t have to! She’s been told that she often has plans A, B, C and D to resolve any issue. She provides her clients with the highest quality of service from beginning to end, and she loves helping her clients’ real estate dreams come true! Topics discussed: Hilary’s intro - [1:12] Lessons learned after first time buying a home  - [7:23] Advice for young people to prepare to one day buy a home - [12:13] Advice for adults with not much saved who want to buy a home - [15:30] Advice for anyone new to town looking to buy - [18:05] Tips for first time home owners - [19:47] Weekend Warrior Projects - [23:56] Trends in home buying - [24:47] Life Lessons - [27:46] Resources: Simplifying the Market with Hilary Blaha -  Blog full of resources about trends, how-tos, and guides on home buying and selling. Partners / Ads: Hilary Blaha - Hilary Blaha, Southern California Real Estate Agent and her team are patient, hardworking, and love being able to help their clients fulfill their real estate goals. If you’ve been looking for a better home office or more outdoor space, (because let’s keep it real - who knows when life will ever go back to normal?) The Hilary Blaha Real Estate Team is your answer. You do the dreaming. Hilary and team will take care of the rest. Find out more at hilaryblaha.com. Repurpose Your Purpose - Are you a leader or interested in developing your leadership abilities? On March 18, 2021 Repurpose Your Purpose is hosting an interactive online event to deepen your ability to be, relate, and connect with others. This event, titled Presence and Purpose, will last 90 min and will not be recorded to create a space where attendees can safely share with each other. You can choose to join at 9 am or at 5:30 pm Pacific. Find all details at http://bit.ly/presence-21 or visit repurposeyourpurpose.com
32:25
March 9, 2021
A Personal Home Buying Experience with Erin, First Time Home Owner
A Personal Home Buying Experience with Erin, First Time Home Owner Class: Personal Finance and Home Buying Episode summary: From battling with tiny apartments to facing a housing shortage, Erin takes us through her journey to becoming a proud homeowner in the beautiful city of Toronto. Whether you’re currently in the home-buying process, preparing for it, or see it somewhere in your future, let Erin’s insight teach you something about what to expect. Erin’s Bio: Erin is a U.S. American living in Toronto, Canada. She enjoys reading, amateur calligraphy, Korean food, and playing with her dog. She works in the non-profit sector and can't imagine living anywhere else. Topics discussed: Erin’s Intro - [1:47] The competitive housing market  - [3:02] Advice for first home buyers: Starting early- [6:23] Budgeting - [8:03] Personal must-haves in a home - [12:48] Stay where you want to live - [19:14] Home improvement - [20:40] “Winging” the home buying process - [23:32] Buying into a lifestyle you can afford - [24:53] Partners / Ads: Hilary Blaha Realtor - Hilary Blaha, Southern CA Real Estate Agent is patient, hardworking, and loves being able to help her clients fulfill their real estate goals. If you’ve been looking for a better home office or more outdoor space, Hilary Blaha is Your realtor. You do the dreaming. Hilary and team will take care of the rest. Find out more at hilaryblaha.com. Knit Marketing - Get a fresh perspective on your marketing! Knit’s youth team brings a fresh perspective to social media, content creation, web development, and ad management. If your business needs a youth voice, head over to knitmarketing.com to schedule a free consultation today.
29:41
March 2, 2021
Personal Savings with Vineet Prasad, Financial Counselor and Founder of Savings Academy
Personal Savings with Vineet Prasad, Financial Counselor and Founder of Savings Academy Class: Personal Finance and Home Buying Episode summary: In this episode, Vineet Prasad, financial counselor, gives easy to implement saving advice for people of all ages. He shares tips on monthly saving, creating a spending plan, and goes deeper into the positive effects of what having a handle on one's personal finances would allow. Vineet’s Bio: Vineet is an Accredited Financial Counselor and the founder of Savings Academy, which provides 1:1 coaching to help young professionals get their finances on track! Vineet especially enjoys helping people pay down debt, build savings, and gain confidence around their finances. To connect with Vineet, please feel free to set up time to talk at savingsacademy.com. Topics discussed: Vineet’s Intro - [1:14] Making a Spending Plan  - [4:07] Splitting your money into 3 accounts - [7:04 Lifestyle creep - [10:20] Building credit - [14:20] Fixing bad credit - [18:33] Credit Scores - [21:23] Learning finance in school - [23:41] Speaking openly about finances - [25:16] External implications of personal finance - [27:22] Life lessons - [28:23] Resources: Savings Academy Credit Karma Partners / Ads: Savings Academy - Savings Academy offers 1:1 coaching to help young professionals pay down debt, build savings, and feel confident about their finances. To learn more, you can check out savingsacademy.com and sign up for a free Q&A call with an Accredited Financial Counselor. Finances can feel scary. But Savings Academy is here to help. Knit Marketing - Get a fresh perspective on your marketing! Knit’s youth team brings a fresh perspective to social media, content creation, web development, and ad management. If your business needs a youth voice, head over to knitmarketing.com to schedule a free consultation today.
33:41
February 23, 2021
Personal Finance with Erika Hopkins, YNAB Evangelist and University Supervisor
Personal Finance with Erika Hopkins, YNAB Evangelist and University Supervisor Class: Personal Finance and Home Buying Episode summary: Erika, like many of us, has struggled with financials and budgeting, after realizing her problem she sought out assistance. She had a transformational experience after taking a class with Dave Ramsey, a radio show host who is also a personal finance advisor, and later using the tool You Need a Budget. She has come on the podcast to tell us about her journey to being a successful budgeter and share the knowledge she has acquired along the way. Erika’s Bio: Erika is 34 years old living in Torrance, CA with her husband of 3 years! She enjoys watching/discussing TV shows and has recently discovered how much she loves playing Animal Crossing! She also loves talking about budgets and spending money wisely, mainly because she’s obsessed with YNAB (You Need a Budget). She’s been using their system since 2018 and says it’s changed her life entirely for the better! Topics discussed: Erika’s Intro - [1:35] Lessons about money from experience  - [4:07] Lessons from Dave Ramsey’s class on spending/saving money - [5:16] The influence of family/partners on Erika’s relationship with money - [6:42] The best budgeting tool: YNAB - [12:43] Things Erika has learned from YNAB - [25:34] Big life takeaways by Erika - [30:05] Resources: Follow Erika’s journey to discover joy, overcome sorrow, and experiencing everything in between: erikasays.com You Need a Budget - Erika’s favorite budgeting tool Partners / Ads: Tiny Topanga - Tiny Topanga is a custom tiny home and van conversion builder based in Mexico and the United States, offering premium homes, with hand crafted artisan touches throughout each build. Now offering tours! Find out more at tinytopanga.com or follow @tinytopanga on Instagram. Knit Marketing Academy - In addition to hiring and training our own team, we love to help businesses grow their own youth teams. Whether you’re starting a summer internship program or hiring a social media manager, give us a call and we’ll walk you through everything you need to know about youth employment. knitmarketing.com
35:02
February 16, 2021
Class Final: Self Discovery 101 - The #TeamKnit Take
Class Final: Self Discovery 101 - The #TeamKnit Take Class: Self-Discovery 101 Episode summary: The team of Knit Marketing, Rebecca, Yesenia, Abeyah, Jakson, and Yanet debrief the first 3 episodes of The 13th Grade Podcast sharing lessons learned. Topics discussed: Team Intros - [4:22] General takeaways - [6:31] Debriefing Zack (episode 2) - [9:06] Debriefing Shar (episode 3) - [19:22] Debriefing Aurora (episode 4) - [31:44] Advice from the team - [45:08] Resources: No One's Journey is a Straight Path with Zackery Borough, Paramedic Firefighter Finding Your Truth with Shar, Startup Founder & Standup Comedian Purpose in Career with Aurora Meneghello, Transformational Coach Partners / Ads: Savings Academy - Savings Academy offers 1:1 coaching to help young professionals pay down debt, build savings, and feel confident about their finances. To learn more, you can check out savingsacademy.com and sign up for a free Q&A call with an Accredited Financial Counselor. Finances can feel scary. But Savings Academy is here to help. Knit Marketing - Get a fresh perspective on your marketing! Knit’s youth team brings a fresh perspective to social media, content creation, web development, and ad management. If your business needs a youth voice, head over to knitmarketing.com to schedule a free consultation today.
50:45
February 9, 2021
Purpose in Career with Aurora Meneghello, Transformational Coach
Purpose in Career with Aurora Meneghello, Transformational Coach Class: Self-Discovery 101 Episode summary: Aurora, the founder of Repurpose Your Purpose and an expert in self-discovery, has helped many people figure out life and their end careers. Listen as Rebecca and Aurora discuss everything about figuring out whether you are in the right place, and what to do if you’re not. Aurora offers great advice for living a more fulfilling life. Aurora’s Bio: Aurora Meneghello is the Founder of Repurpose Your Purpose, a program to change careers. Aurora works with individuals who want to live a life of purpose, wholeness, and interconnection. Topics discussed: Repurpose Your Purpose / transformational coach - [2:32] Aurora’s journey to becoming a transformational coach - [3:44] Possible red flags in your career/life - [7:08] What’s next after you decide your life is not where you want it to be - [12:05] Is it your work environment or your career? - [19:50] Developing a deep understanding with your body - [20:59] Envision your life in perspective - [25:43] Be more curious than afraid - [27:05] Your inner critic [29:15] Resources: Download the Repurpose Your Purpose workbook: https://repurposeyourpurpose.lpages.co/is-it-time-to-change-careers-repurpose-your-purpose/ Read more awesome tips and advice from Aurora: https://repurposeyourpurpose.com/unhappy-at-work/ https://repurposeyourpurpose.com/when-is-it-time-to-quit-your-job/ https://repurposeyourpurpose.com/the-surrender-experiment-temple-of-the-universe/ Book mentioned: “The Surrender Experiment: My Journey Into Life's Perfection”: https://bookshop.org/a/16260/9780804141109 Partners / Ads: Knit Marketing Academy - In addition to hiring and training our own team, we love to help businesses grow their own youth teams. Whether you’re starting a summer internship program or hiring a social media manager, give us a call and we’ll walk you through everything you need to know about youth employment. Hilary Blaha Realtor - Hilary Blaha, Southern CA Real Estate Agent is patient, hardworking, and loves being able to help her clients fulfill their real estate goals. If you’ve been looking for a better home office or more outdoor space, Hilary Blaha is Your realtor. You do the dreaming. Hilary and team will take care of the rest. Find out more at hilaryblaha.com.
36:43
February 2, 2021
Finding Your Truth with Shar, Startup Founder & Standup Comedian
Finding Your Truth with Shar, Startup Founder & Standup Comedian Class: Self-Discovery 101 Episode summary: Shar is a startup founder turned stand-up comedian, who has been on a journey of finding his truth. Continuing the topic of Self-Discovery we take a closer look into the many paths one can take on a search for truth and meaning. In this episode, Shar shares some excellent advice on how anyone can find joy in their work and live out their own truth. Shar’s Bio: Shar is an actor/comedian based in Los Angeles, CA, making him very unique. He has many years of experience, his favorite food is anything breakfast, and he definitely doesn’t write his own bio. Topics discussed: Shar’s defining / career change moment [3:30] Learning TikTok - [4:45] Signs that it was time for a change - [5:52] Ikigai methodology - [7:16] Working for money vs. working for joy - [9:26] Shar’s startup Helpkin - [13:19] Advice for new apps - [15:26] Shar’s journey to being a startup founder - [19:16] Learning from challenges - [22:36] Guiding principles - [25:34] Personal branding - [27:58] What you wish you knew sooner - [30:30] Resources: How To Find Your Ikigai And Transform Your Outlook On Life And Business | Forbes The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself by Michael A. Singer Partners / Ads: Knit Marketing Academy - In addition to hiring and training our own team, we love to help businesses grow their own youth teams. Whether you’re starting a summer internship program or hiring a social media manager, give us a call and we’ll walk you through everything you need to know about youth employment. Hilary Blaha Realtor - Hilary Blaha, Southern CA Real Estate Agent is patient, hardworking, and loves being able to help her clients fulfill their real estate goals. If you’ve been looking for a better home office or more outdoor space, Hilary Blaha is Your realtor. You do the dreaming. Hilary and team will take care of the rest. Find out more at hilaryblaha.com.
32:22
January 26, 2021
No One’s Journey is a Straight Path with Zackery Borough, Paramedic Firefighter
Episode Title: No One’s Journey is a Straight Path with Zackery Borough, Paramedic Firefighter Class: Self-Discovery 101 Episode summary: Zackery Borough is a Ventura County Firefighter, who had his ups and downs throughout his educational career. In our first conversation on the 13th Grade Podcast, we wanted to take a closer look at life versus school, and how school doesn’t always define our paths in life… but it doesn’t mean we failed. Zack shares how finding out about his personal strengths led him to pursue a career in service, even though he had no idea what he wanted to do with his life when he was in high school. Zack’s Bio: Hey! My name is Zack, I’m 29 years old and live in Ventura CA with my wife and two daughters. My hobbies include surfing and mountain biking. Currently transferring between fire departments for work. I always love a good challenge and have found that some of the best stuff in life is the hard stuff. Topics discussed: Zack’s K12 career - “Always had a very hard time in school” [3:35] High school is a time to grow up - [8:20] Zack’s post high school story - [10:25] The option to take a year off - [14:00] “If you’re gonna do stuff, you should know stuff.” / Realizing personal strengths/ needs for improvement. [15:05] Zack’s college and first jobs [18:00] Switching college plan [20:30] Still figuring out what to do for work [25:20] Finally feeling like you’re in the right place [29:10] Doing challenging things [33:10] Learning from the mistakes of others [35:10] What you wish you knew sooner [36:50] Learn something new every single day [40:40] Resources: Zack didn’t mention any of these in his podcast, but he sent a couple of book recommendations for anyone trying to figure out their path. Can’t Hurt Me, by David Goggins Outliers, by Malcolm Gladwell Partners / Ads Tiny Topanga - Tiny Topanga is a custom tiny home and van conversion builder based in Mexico and the United States, offering premium homes, with hand crafted artisan touches throughout each build. Knit Marketing  - Knit Marketing is a full service digital marketing agency that would love to help you bring your brand into the 21st century. Go to knitmarketing.com to schedule a free consultation today.
43:05
January 19, 2021
The 13th Grade Podcast Trailer
We invite you to learn with us about all the things we didn't learn in school! We'll be interviewing experts, "everyday" people, and a crew of Gen Z'ers on their take of the topics. Season 1 themes will include self discovery, cultural integration, relationships, politics, and personal finance and home buying.  Host: Rebecca Borough Learn more about the production at knitmarketing.com.
07:48
January 4, 2021