Audio & Video
I was invited to share my education story to teachers, students and administrators of the Medford School District during an inservice day where they met to redesign the future of education.
It’s a crazy story about not fitting in at school and yet somehow finding a way to make a difference in the world.
The segment below is a piece of the whole conversation called “It’s supposed to be hard” – I like it because it’s short and fun and shows off my speaking style.
Here is the full video. It’s long but has many short stories.
Audio Podcast – 30 minute guest on Innovations in Education with Julie Niles Fry 6/16/2018
November 22, 2017 by SOREDI
Thursday, December 14, 2017, beginning at 5:30 pm, SOREDI will offer a LAUNCH|Talk for area start-ups at Climate City Brewery in Grants Pass. The program will feature serial entrepreneur, Jim Teece, founder of Project A, Ashland Home Net, Rogue Broadband and Umpqua Broadband. Food and beverage will be provided at the event. Beer and wine […]
I was invited to speak to fellow entrepreneurs about what it was like to start and grow a business in Southern Oregon. It was supposed to only be 15 tips but in typical Teece fashion I over did it.
I was the host of a monthly live public access TV show in southern Oregon. “Tech Talk” ended up being the longest running show in Southern Oregon on RVTV and I’m proud of it.
I think it ran 12 years or so. I have a box of VHS tapes and later DVDs somewhere of the episodes. Someday I’ll write about the experience.
We took a hiatus as I burned out on it and I have been asked several times to relaunch the show. One of my employees wanted to get into broadcast development and I was asked to create a non-live version of the show as a favor to him. This is that video.