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2020 Has Been Hard for Everyone. Especially Graduates.

Linkedin If you had told me at the start of this year that I wouldn’t physically get to hand my dissertation in, I wouldn’t get a graduation, and I wouldn’t get to say goodbye to my friends at university, I don’t know how I would have got through the start of the year. At the […]

Things to Do while Job Searching

Linkedin Instagram Looking and applying for jobs can be a tough, stressful and overwhelming process (and that’s without a pandemic on top of it all). Whether you’re a student, graduate or someone who’s recently found themselves unemployed; it’s just as confusing for everyone, really. It can be hard to know where to start, when to […]

Your skills always have value!

Linkedin Instagram Having just turned 20, I moved across the country to start a new chapter in life. About a week before the move, I came across this entrepreneur who was looking for an intern in the city I was moving to. I reached out to her and we started talking about her companies and […]

COVID-19: Student Impact

Linkedin If you’ve just gone back to school or college this September, there’s probably one thing on your mind: what is going on? How much is Coronavirus going to affect you? Leaving school is a tricky time for everybody, even without a global pandemic. But what if you haven’t even got that far yet? If […]

Why it’s okay to not have it all figured out

Throughout my life, I have always felt the pressure to ‘have a plan’. This was pressure that had been building up throughout my time at school, the three years of my undergraduate degree and, to an extent, had continued to build up post University. There is such a focus placed on having it all figured […]

So, apparently I’m a CEO now?

Never in my life did I think I would be developing my own company at the age of 23. I still can’t quite believe I’m doing it, but if there’s one thing I have learnt over these past few months it’s to follow your passions, because when you do, you don’t care how many hours […]

Networking: Turns out it’s actually quite a good idea

If someone asked me a few years ago what networking was, I would honestly have replied with a description of white-collar businesspeople at glamourous events, martini in hand, distributing cards and exchanging phone numbers. (I fully blame this on my addiction to Suits). To be fair, I never really understood the importance of it all […]

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