Ep. 39 – John Vega: A Millennial Who’s Job Took Him From the ‘Gateway to the West’ to ‘The Big Apple’

John Vega sits down with Joe and talks about unique Millennial life.  John is from St. Louis, Missouri, or as he refers to it, the ‘Gateway to the West.’  He talks about what it is like growing up with a big family and how that allowed him to have more independence earlier in his life.  John also talks about the differences between people in the Midwest and the Northeast.  John also talks about how he’s personally managed post-college having to move to NYC for his job.   Lastly, Jon offers his hopes for the future.

Ep. 38 – Ben Saad: A Millennial Who Boldly Moved Across the Country After College

Ben Saad sits down with Joe and talks about his unique Millennial life.  Ben talks about a life-changing occurrence involving the police that changed his perspective and college experience following it.  Also, Ben talks about deciding to move across the country to LA after being presented with an internship opportunity.  He talks about what he does and doesn’t like about LA culture.  Lastly, Ben offers his hopes for the future.

Ep. 37 – Soren Jonzzon: A Millennial Former Captain of the QU Hockey Team

Soren Jonzzon sits down with Joe and talks about his unique Millennial life.  Soren, the former captain of the Quinnipiac University hockey team that made it to the national championship, talks to Joe about all four years his college hockey career and how he feels now that it is over.  He also talks to Joe about how he started playing hockey and what it was like playing on different Junior hockey teams across the country before college.  Lastly, Soren offers his hopes for the future.

Ep. 36 – Tammy Nguyen: A Millennial With a Work Ethic That Extends to Friendship

Tammy Nguyen sits down with Joe and talks about her unique Millennial life.  Tammy talks about her Vietnamese culture and both of her parents’ journey’s of immigrating from South Vietnam.  Also, Tammy talks about how college provided her with important friendships and about how she manages to counteract the challenges of keeping in touch with friends after college.  Lastly, Tammy offers her hopes for the future.