146. How One Stone Empowers Students to Become Better Leaders

Learning Unboxed

May 16 2022 • 38 mins

When given trust and resources, students can do some incredible things. One Stone is a student-led and directed nonprofit that makes students better leaders and the world a better place. Through allowing students to pursue their passions and interests, they learn to become more confident, empowered, and self-sufficient. Jesse Ross is the director of senior partnerships at One Stone. He’s joined by two senior students, Saumya Sarin and Elani Waight, who share why they joined the program and what they get out of it. To learn more, visit: http://pastfoundation.org (pastfoundation.org) We unbox: What One Stone is and why it’s necessary in education Why students are choosing One Stone for their high school experience Balancing educational requirements with new, creative ideas The youth innovation challenge Experiential learning opportunities Resources: https://onestone.org/ (onestone.org) Learning Unboxed is produced, in part, by http://crate.media (Crate Media). Mentioned in this episode: Learning Unboxed Audience Survey Thank you for listening to Learning Unboxed! As we work on the next 150 episodes we want to hear how we can best tailor this podcast to your needs. Please go to https://www.pastfoundation.org/survey to share your insights. https://learningunboxed.captivate.fm/luaudiencesurvey (Audience Survey)