Aged Out: The Stories that Built Us

A podcast by SMU Child Advocacy Clinic


33 Episodes

  1. Donetia: We are Works in Progress

    Published: 4/13/2024
  2. Tina: Community Saves

    Published: 4/6/2024
  3. Rob Scheer: Foster Care to Founder

    Published: 3/8/2024
  4. Bob: Not the "Property of Texas"

    Published: 2/9/2024
  5. Candace: It Didn't Happen to You, It Happened for You

    Published: 1/26/2024
  6. Ryan: A Story of Survival and Self-Discovery

    Published: 10/20/2023
  7. Betty: A Light Shines in the Darkness

    Published: 9/29/2023
  8. Leroy: From Foster Care to Youth Advocate

    Published: 4/17/2023
  9. Mikayla: From Foster Care to 4.0s (Part II)

    Published: 2/10/2023
  10. Mikayla: From Foster Care to 4.0s (Part I)

    Published: 1/27/2023
  11. Mandalyn: Don't Limit Yourself to What Your File Says

    Published: 11/30/2022
  12. Jai: Making Dreams a Reality

    Published: 11/13/2022
  13. Dorthy: Turning Tragedy Into Triumph

    Published: 10/28/2022
  14. Kim: We Are All Redeemable

    Published: 9/23/2022
  15. Tia: Self-motivation and Perseverance Can Open Doors

    Published: 9/10/2021
  16. LuLu: Don't Give Up Me

    Published: 4/15/2021
  17. Jackie: Persevere Until Success Happens (Part II)

    Published: 3/18/2021
  18. Jackie: Persevere Until Success Happens (Part I)

    Published: 2/24/2021
  19. Janice

    Published: 9/25/2020
  20. Elisha: Foster Care Experience Led to Working in the System (Part II)

    Published: 5/1/2020

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A podcast by the SMU Child Advocacy Clinic created to raise awareness regarding the child welfare system while giving youth who aged out a voice to transform it If you are a former foster child who aged out of the system and want to share your story, email us at [email protected]! You deserve to be heard. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of SMU or the W.W. Caruth, Jr. Foundation