What we discussed in the epsisode:

  1. Jordan’s work in education [01:07]
  2. What pushed Jordan down this path [01:47]
  3. The process of becoming their stakeholders [05:02]
  4. CapSource’s way of providing experiential learning [06:43]
  5. The value of experiences for getting a job later [10:10]
  6. How Jordan marketed to companies to become stakeholders [12:26]
  7. The first schools that got onboard [15:15]
  8. What’s next for CapSource [19:28]
  9. Thinking about how the Australian system fits into CapSource [21:32]

This week guest

A serial EdTech entrepreneur, Jordan is the Founder of CapSource. CapSource provided the flexibility and customisability for faculty and administrators to integrate companies into their curriculum. Through experiential learning, Jordan hopes to narrow the skills gaps faced by graduates looking to start in entry-level positions.

You can reach out to Jordan through his LinkedIn.

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