College Grads

College Grads

Converse and commiserate with other newly minted adults.

Kieryn Parkina year ago
The Career Search
Career searching. We’ve all been there. However, it isn't easy. It’s hard to nail down what you want to do with your life—unless you’re one of those "I’ve wanted this my whole life" type of humans. No...
The Truth About Graduate Jobs...
So a friend of mine recently shared his opinions on life after uni and what challenges you'll face when searching for a graduate or full-time job, personally I felt his message should be further sprea...
Dear Drama School Graduates
So you recently finished drama school and maybe things aren’t going exactly as you hoped. Not all the time at least. It’s okay. You’re not alone and you can relax knowing that things don’t always go p...
R Ja year ago
Rockin’ the Job Search
I haven’t had to actually apply for a real job in over a decade. Recently, I’ve decided to make a career change, but when I went to dive into the application process, I quickly learned that it’s not l...
Simcha Glassmana year ago
Hi, I'm Applying for the Job of Adulting
When our parents were younger, it was so much easier to get a job. Apply yourself, get a high school diploma, get a college degree, and you were pretty much guaranteed a job. Sometimes, you didn’t eve...
Jane O'Learya year ago
How to Succeed in an Unpaid Internship
There’s been a lot of debate lately as to whether unpaid internships are fair, and it’s safe to say it’s definitely not. In the UK the cost to the individual for an unpaid internship is around £1,000 ...
Harry Bullmorea year ago
Post-Grad Problems
For three or more years, you toiled. Essays, deadlines, hand-ins, stress, terror, elation, despair, and a liver-tremblingly large amount of vodka; University was, as X Factor finalists like to say, an...
Leah a year ago
It's Okay to Get Rejected from Every Job You Apply To
When I was in elementary school I remember thinking that 23 was old; like, 23 was the age you had your life together and were an adult. Well, I can confidently say I don’t feel that way now. Now, it’s...