A new podcast for high school students is in the works. What topics will it cover? What is the role of Yaneli in this? When is it being launched? Answers to these questions and more in this podcast!
The team at Marketplace is always coming up with creative ideas to engage young audiences on money issues. Their podcast, Million Bazillions, has been a huge hit with middle school students and is now ready to take on a high school audience. In this podcast, Yanelli and Hayley discuss a podcast in development called Dear Future Me. They discuss their roles in developing each podcast, the topics they plan to cover and the expected launch date. You’ll also get a chance to hear the pilot episode with Yanelli discussing the budget approach with his financial publicity lady Hey Berna. enjoy!
0:00~1:17 Introduction 1:17~4:27 Why Tim Listens to the Marketplace 4:27~6:24 Hayley’s Role on the Marketplace 6:24~9:27 A New Podcast by Yanelli 9:27~24 Hosting Experience: Dear Future Me 52 Pilot Episode 24:52~25:19 NGPF 25:19~27:02 A Word From When the Podcast Will Be Available 27:02~29:56 Watch the behind-the-scenes thought process 29: 56~33:48 Finding Guests for a Podcast 33:48~35:24 Transferring the Experience from “It’s Inconvenient” 35:24~35:52 Additional Resources for Teachers to Use 35:52~37:26 of Podcasts Background research for 37:26~39:04 Topics covered in podcast 39:04~41:03 Conclusion
“We wanted to make sure there were nuances in these conversations. A lot of traditional advice doesn’t always match, especially for young people.” -yaneli
“When someone gives you permission or affirms that you are allowed to have feelings for money, it stops feeling like something you don’t have control over.” -Haley
About the Author Tim Ranzetta
Tim’s saving habit began at seven when a neighbor with a broken hip gave him the task of walking the dog. His recovery, which took about a year, resulted in Tim getting to know the bank teller well (and accumulating a savings account balance of over $300!). His recent entrepreneurial adventures have included driving a shredding truck, analyzing executive compensation packages for Fortune 500 companies, and helping families make better college financing decisions. Volunteering in 2010 to create and teach a personal finance program at Eastside College Prep in East Palo Alto, Tim first saw the impact of an engaging and activity-based curriculum that helped him create a new nonprofit, Next Gen Personal Finance. inspired to start. ,
Ren has been working part-time at NGPF since 2014, interning through high school and college. As his knowledge with NGPF grows, after graduating from college in 2020, he joins the team to work full-time with a focus on teacher onboarding. He is also the editor of the NGPF podcast. During his spare time, he enjoys making coffee from different roasters around the world and trying out new ways of brewing.