Habits of Ownership with Jacob Imam

AMDG.  Education rightly formed helps students see and serve God in a practical way while both sustaining this current life and preparing them for the next.  Oxford graduate and VP of Finance for the College of St. Joseph the Worker, Jacob Imam, visits with Bonnie and Steven about how structural flaws in current higher education tend to cause an “ongoing adolescence,” how the College’s innovative program of combining book learning with the skilled trades is designed to bring a different approach, and how the changing nature of our understanding of work is behind both problems and solutions.

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