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genYOU Story 27 – Iris

Our awesome 27th genYOU Story features recent law graduate Iris Rad! Iris has set her sights on undertaking a final law elective in Israel, to study Israeli and International Law.

genYOU Story 26 – Stephanie

Our 26th genYOU Story features final year La Trobe University student, Stephanie Smarrelli! Stephanie will be graduating in December with a Bachelor of Media and Communications, majoring in journalism.

genYOU Story 25 – Nicole

Our EPIC 25th genYOU Story comes from one of our superstar interns, Nicole Micallef! Nicole will be graduating mid-2019, and we're stoked we could be a part of her journey!

genYOU Story 24 – Sarah

Our awesome 24th genYOU Story comes from one of our superstar Interns, Sarah Chlonta. Sarah will be graduating at the end of 2018, and we couldn’t be more excited to have her at #genYOU HQ before she brings her sunny attitude into the workforce!

The why’s and how’s of volunteering.

As we know, to a land the job you want after graduation you need more than just a degree. Volunteering gives you an opportunity to practice the skills you’ve been learning at uni, build connections and put real experiences on your resume.

11 tips from our Industry Legends // Sydney & Adelaide

Wow, we had an absolute blast at our recent generationYOU Live Events in Sydney and Adelaide! As a final wrap-up, and a special resource for those of you who couldn't join us, we've collected some of the best advice from our speakers and popped them into a blog post for you!

#NoFilter Personal Branding.

Once you hit university you start to realise just how important building your personal brand is - your reputation online, offline and in person becomes one of the stepping stones to a successful career.

genYOU Micro Stories 05

Our generationYOU micro stories are a collection of refreshing insights from millennials that are on their way to unleashing their potential.

Full-time life. Myths vs. Reality.

We know that when you’re at university you hear STACKS of stories from beyond … and you sometimes get mixed messages from your friends who have made it into the ‘full-time world’.