Archives of Career

2018. Lessons Learned.

Ahhh 2018. Is it too cliche if we say 'what a year'? If you find yourself saying that at the end of EVERY year, you are very lucky indeed. Because it means you experienced a year that brought you something.

Would your future self be proud of present you?

I know that a lot of you will be pretty close to graduating, maybe you even have a graduate position lined up (yay full-time job!!!!) … regardless of where you are in your study or career journey, I think we can all agree that we’ve entered the stage of the year due for ‘reflection’.

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.

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’.

It’s okay to ask for help.

As important as it is to grow up competent and independent, able to figure things on your own (something I like to preach about a lot) ... It is also equally important to be smart and ask for help and advice when you need it.