I am inspired to make the most of any opportunity that comes my way in other areas and roles in the music industry.
If I could go back and give myself some gradvice, I’d say to have more faith in yourself! You’ll do better than you could’ve ever imagined.
In the last few months, Rufaro Mazarura has graduated from the University of Surrey, launched the Class of 2020 podcast and landed a national radio feature. As a graduate guru, we had some burning questions…
For as long as I can remember I wanted to do something creative. I think originally I wanted to be a singer (like Hilary Duff) and then a songwriter – l was a big Tay Tay fan and played the guitar and everything! Then I wanted to be an actor, and then I landed on being a writer – films & books. Basically anything to let myself be as creative as possible!
I never knew what I wanted to do when I was younger, I always found myself wanting to do different things it varied from wanting to be a hairdresser to a Doctor, it was only as I got older I realised I was more creative and wanted to do this in future.
Naledi Molewa, fellow Typo ambassador and Interior Architecture student, has revealed her words of wisdom when it comes to following your dreams in the midst of a pandemic.
Navigating the post-uni wasteland is challenging enough. But it’s even harder to be in the unemployed arena during 2020. Since the sh*t storm of 2020, we’re having to find creative ways to shoot our shot. Luckily for us Gen Z galdem, making online thirst traps is our speciality. From making a plan of action, to creating the ultimate thirst trap, we are going to show you exactly how to Secure. The. Bag. Scroll for the gradulthood checklist: Enough to get you started? If not, check out Applying For A Job That Doesn’t Exist.
How many times have you found your absolute dream company to work for, only to discover they’re not hiring? Don’t worry sis, we’ve all been there.
Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could apply for your dream job, even if it’s not advertised? Well, it turns out you can.
Do you remember the first time you wrote a formal email? That painstakingly long process of overthinking every word you write, and praying it doesn’t come across in the wrong way, only to get to the end and have absolutely no idea how to sign it off?!
Shoot your shot with these crucial email habits: Avoid “shrinkers” – words like “just” Don’t apologise unnecessarily Never undermine yourself Weave in warmth Scroll to see it in action: