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Episode 3: MITRE's Nano Kids Are Having a Real-World Impact
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Publish-date-icon October 3, 2011
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION

Welcome to the third episode of Pocket Paulson, a podcast dedicated to leveraging optimism to make change work no matter what the age or the challenge. You'll learn about MITRE Corporation's unique, nationally renowned summer educational experience for outstanding high school students and college undergraduates. Listen as James Ellenbogen, PhD, the MITRE Student Program Coordinator, talks about what many in the company call their "Nano Kids." James speaks with passion about what collaborating with bright, focused teens can mean to a company, to the teen, and to the society. Dr. Ellenbogen said, "It isn't just that the kids have a job for the summer and learn. It's about them being genuinely useful and showing them that they can have a contribution and really change the world." That's right, these young men and women aren't the stars of the future; they are having a real-world impact and benefit to the nation. This podcast is sponsored by terrypaulson.com. But now, sit back and listen to this interview conducted with Dr. James Ellenbogen on KKZZ 1400 AM Radio in Ventura, CA. Enjoy!

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