How To Keep Your Badass Vibe While Meeting Employers
Oct16

How To Keep Your Badass Vibe While Meeting Employers

By Mia Casey In the past, people were able to land amazing jobs without a university degree. This has changed, and now having a bachelor’s degree is almost standard. This creates a strange generational divide where university is largely normalized amongst younger generations (at least in large cities such as Sydney), but pressure is still being put on students to achieve excellent results and land a successful career right after...

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Why Every Student NEEDS A Portfolio
Oct13

Why Every Student NEEDS A Portfolio

By Jessica Fernandez No matter what you’re studying, it’s important to have a portfolio. A portfolio gives you the opportunity to showcase your best work, build your personal brand, and develop personal awareness. You can use your portfolio as a tool during job interviews to really sell and explain all the work you’ve done. You’re probably thinking: “yeah cool, but I’m not a media or design student so portfolios don’t really apply to...

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The Rise of Fenty Beauty: What Rihanna Can Teach You About Mastering Your Personal Brand
Oct09

The Rise of Fenty Beauty: What Rihanna Can Teach You About Mastering Your Personal Brand

By Mia Casey The other day I stumbled across an article on Entrpreneur.com entitled ‘The 7 Key Elements of an Effective Personal Brand’ by Mark Orlic. Here, Orlic listed the factors around which “effective personal brands are built”: authenticity, packaging consistency, story, expertise, visibility, value proposition, and connections. Naturally, my first thought after reading the post was: ‘Rihanna’. While Rihanna was already a...

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How to Make the Most of Your Design Internship
Oct06

How to Make the Most of Your Design Internship

By Katerina Pijaca Whilst having out-of-this-world animating talent or hilarious graphic wit is great, more often than not a designer has to pull out all the stops to get noticed. Here is a list of the essentials to help you get over the line and land you the design job you’ve always desired. Communication is key. You need to communicate to your employer your design process, show them how you can work from a problem to solution, and...

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Avoid Career Free-Fall and Land That First Internship
Oct02

Avoid Career Free-Fall and Land That First Internship

By Isaac Garcia First year was a whirl, second year was a party, and suddenly you realise you’re up to your last year and the word ‘career’ is so dang foreign to you. You’ve adopted a jealousy for those go-getter types who’ve been climbing the career ladder since their fetus days in first year. But where do YOU start? Are you forever destined to be chasing after opportunities long-gone that you might as well give up and drown in the...

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