New Time4Coffee career podcast on Apple Podcasts


Time4Coffee (T4C), a new podcast dedicated to helping college students and recent graduates navigate a rapidly changing global job marketplace, premieres this month. The show’s host, Andrea Koppel, a former award-winning journalist at CNN and public affairs executive, created the weekly podcast and website to democratize the entry of 18-25 year-olds into the working world.

“With the Time4Coffee Podcast, the professionals in the jobs that matter most to young people always have time to grab coffee 24/7, no matter where they live,” says Koppel. “Time4Coffee’s guests share valuable insights, lessons learned and advice for how young people can break into their industry and build successful and fulfilling careers.”

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These in-depth Time4Coffee interviews explore many of the same topics people would discuss over a networking coffee to get career advice. The tagline is: ‘Caffeinated Career Conversations.’

The podcast will upload 5 new episodes every Monday. Featured episodes include: Guy Raz, NPR journalist and host of top-ranked Apple podcasts: ‘How I Built This’ and ‘TED Radio Hour’ on his career choices; Dr. Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, on his research into how people can build truly happy lives; and Sarah Robb O’Hagan, CEO of FlyWheel Sports, on her professional recovery after getting fired twice in her 20s.

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The T4C Podcast will also include regular interviews with experts in the health, wellness and self-care space because, says Koppel, “What good is it to land a job you love if you’re stressed out, not sleeping well, feeling depressed or your digestive system is all messed up?”

Time4Coffee episodes are available now for download on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Tune-In.

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