Graduate Job Podcast

In episode 65 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined by Jane Fordham, from the award-winning communications agency Golin. Now you might not have heard about Golin, but just you wait till you hear about their amazing internships, the and innovative schemes that they have on offer.  In this half-hour we explore about their brilliant Unternship, yes you heard that right the Unternship, which involves 3 months of paid travel around the world, yep, you heard that right, 3 months not working, but traveling. We cover the firm more widely and what it is that they look for as a PR, creative and communications agency, and how to get yourself a graduate job there after university. We delve into their internships more generally, how you can apply, stand out, and impress throughout the process. If you’ve ever thought about working or applying for a comms or communications agency, then this is the episode for you. And if that thought has never crossed your mind, keep listening, as you’re going to want to apply when you hear more about Golin and what they offer. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes right this very moment at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/Golin.  

More specifically in this episode you’ll learn about:

  • The amazing Unternship scheme which Golin run
  • How to get a graduate job with Golin in London
  • What work is like at an award-winning PR, creative and communications agency
  • How to stand out in an application to Golin
  • What it takes to succeed as an intern at Golin
  • Why you should think about working at a communications agency
Direct download: GJP-65.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:36pm EST

In episode 64 of the Graduate Job Podcast I am joined by MJ DeMarco, self-made millionaire and best-selling author of the Millionaire Fastlane and his latest book Unscripted. It’s a cracking episode where we explore amongst other things why you shouldn’t do what you love, why getting a job and working for someone else is inherently risky, and why trading time for money is a bad trade off. We also explore the secrets to starting your own business, how simple mathematics holds the key to being able to get rich quickly, and what might be holding you back from being an entrepreneur. Now if you have ever thought about starting your own business or not, this episode and MJ’s message is one you aren’t going to want to miss. As always there will be a full transcript of the episode and links to everything we discuss in the shownotes over at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/fastlane so make sure you head on over there and check them out. Before we start a quick request from me, your feedback helps me to create the episodes you want to hear, so I’ve set up a super simple and very quick survey, as I want the show to best serve your needs. It’s got 5 questions and will take you a minute, so please check it out at http://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey. I look forward to hearing your thoughts. But in the meantime, let’s crack on with the show.

More specifically in this episode you’ll learn about:

  • Why you shouldn’t follow your passion and do what you love
  • What might be holding you back from being an entrepreneur
  • Why a job and trading time for money isn’t the best trade
  • Why getting a job is inherently risky
  • The difference between the sidewalk, the slowlane and Fastlane when it comes to wealth
  • How and why it is possible to get rich quickly
  • The secret to successfully starting your own business
Direct download: GJP-64.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:06pm EST

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