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ARTICLES, INTERVIEWS, & PRESENTATIONS
Students, teachers and reformers are pushing back against the failures of mainstream higher education.
In this Huffington Post College blog feature, board member Joshua Waldman shares thoughts on the current college model and why he joined Wayfinding Academy's movement to revolutionize higher education.
From TEDxSalem 2019 — President and Founder, Michelle Jones, shared her thoughts on the higher education system, and new models providing alternative ways of looking at the purpose of college and its role in helping cultivate dedicated citizens who know their purpose in society.
Michelle Jones sits down with Dave Miller, host of OPB's Think Out Loud, to share what Wayfinding Academy is and how it will be different than the current higher education model
Oregonian reporter Andrew Theen covers Wayfinding Academy's history and includes comments from students as well as the Oregon Higher Education Coordinating Commission.
Founder Michelle Jones speaks with KGW's Live at 7 about the Wayfinding Academy, how it got started, and this new approach to higher education.
Wayfinding Academy Crew members sit with Portland Monthly Magazine author Keegan Clements-Housser in this featured magazine article.
Founder and President, Michelle Jones, speaks with Scott Barlow of Happen to Your Career, a site that helps people think creatively about how their gifts and talents and how to find a matching career. In this episode Michelle and Scott talk about unlearning the old school ways of education.
In this online feature, Portland Business Journal highlights how the Wayfinding Academy is playing an active role in challenging the current higher education model.
EdSurge senior editor Jeffrey Young interviews Wayfinding Academy's founder and president Michelle Jones and The Minerva Project’s Ben Nelson to discuss their radically unique actions to revolutionize higher education.
Join reporter Jeffery Young (former editor and writer for The Chronicle of Higher Education) for a deep dive into Wayfinding Academy. The article highlights much of the Wayfinding experience and why it's so important, and includes quotes from students and crew.
Michelle Jones is featured on the Extra Pack of Peanuts podcast talking about the journey of creating her own college, who the Wayfinding Academy is a good fit for, why it’s not just inside the classroom where students learn at Wayfinding, and her biggest travel mishap, which happened on the very first night of the very first Wayfinding trip!
Michelle Jones is featured on The Dream Job Factory's new podcast aimed at identifying ways to help high school and college students make choices about what direction they want to take their lives after their formal education is complete.
Raising Rebellion podcast host Paul HK talks to Michelle Jones about the path to starting a college from scratch.
In this online feature, Portland Business Journal highlights the opening of the Wayfinding Academy.
Willamette Wake-up is a radio show serving the Salem/Keizer area of Oregon. Founder and President, Michelle Jones, stops by to talk about the Wayfinding Academy and the need to revolutionize higher education.
In this article, Portland Tribune talks with members of Wayfinding Academy team to learn more about new models of higher education starting in Portland, and why.
Jessica J. Williams of “The Superwoman Chronicles” podcast chats with Wayfinding Academy founder, Michelle Jones about her personal story.
In July 2015, Michelle Jones announces she’s retiring from higher education and launches Wayfinding Academy’s Indiegogo campaign from the World Domination Summit stage.
Wayfinding Academy founder Michelle Jones shares with her alma mater, Trinity University, how and why she is starting the Wayfinding Academy.
Linda Buchner–entrepreneur, motivational speaker, and host of Driven 2 Educate podcast–talks to Wayfinding Academy crew members Michelle Jones and Gina Lorubbio about the core mission and creed.
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