Career Advice Undergraduate

A Day in the Life: Daphne Zhou and Lisa Nguyen

We’re back again with another discussion with the interns taking part in  The Learned Crew’s (TLC) in-house clerkship program (created with UTS Law and the Association of Corporate Counsel Australia). Chatting with Daphne Zhou and Lisa Nguyen, we learn about the...

Finding the Perfect Role for You in a Tech Startup

Australia is flourishing with a range of tech startups and a range of different roles you might fit into. Juniors, recent graduates and even those looking to change career paths might find the perfect place at a tech startup. Some of these companies are looking for...

How To Ace Your Next Design Job Interview

You’ve got an interview for a design role and need a refresher on how to tackle the design interview process?  How do you approach this design interview differently to your casual hospitality or retail interviews?There are certain qualities and characteristics many...

Balancing Work and Studying

As a student, it can be difficult to juggle studying with other activities in your life – particularly if you’re working or undertaking an internship. If you're a student in this position, you likely have an obligation to earn money and sustain yourself so that you...

Living in Australia

Do you hesitate when thinking of moving to new country, or even when thinking of moving to a new apartment from one suburb to another? I do, and I think everyone hesitates when thinking of moving! All the hassle of moving, the fear of losing their family and close...

A Day in the Life: Sinead Nolan

Last week we spoke to The Learned Crew's (TLC) founder, Jessie Porteus, about her career journey in the legal field and how TLC began. Partnering with UTS Law and Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Australia, TLC have created Australia's first ever in-house legal...

5 Top Tips for Finding Happiness in the Law

My name is Jessie Porteus and I am a happy lawtrepreneur!Last year I started my own legal training business called The Learned Crew (TLC for short), which aims to prepare the next generation of lawyers for the real world of law in an ever-changing legal industry, and...

Plan Your Career like a Road Trip

Just like that Aussie road trip you’ve been saying you’re going to do at some point, your career needs a little planning. Aptly named, a career plan is a good thing to have in your glovebox, otherwise you might find yourself having a career crisis down the track.So...

Be Kind At Work!

To show kindness is one of the most powerful things you can do for someone. This is as true in the workplace as it is at home. It’s a shame that we are sometimes conditioned to think of work as somewhere we go to shut down our emotions and humanity, sometimes creating...

Be Kind At Work

To show kindness is one of the most powerful things you can do for someone. This is as true in the workplace as it is at home. It’s a shame that we are sometimes conditioned to think of work as somewhere we go to shut down our emotions and humanity. This way...

The Ultimate Survival Guide to Your First Internship

Entering into your first internship can be just as daunting as your first job. It might even be more so if your internship is in the field you want a career in.So we compiled a survival guide to get you through the first couple of days at your internship, and to get...

Chats With Adecco Group’s Student CEO

"I’ve always had the mindset of: ‘What’s my next step? How do I get there? What can I do today to maximise my opportunity?"John Huang is a UTS student studying a Bachelor of Business. In May he won CEO for One Month, a program awarded by Adecco Group Australia. This...

Embrace Your Incompetence

You can’t be great at everything. None of us can. But the question is: what are you going to do about it? Assuming that you’re in a position where you’re ‘consciously incompetent’ (refer to the Conscious Competence Theory), there are a few different ways you might...

Not Just a Line on Your Resume

Internships are a training position commonly held by a student looking to further their career. But how do you know if completing an internship is the right step for you? And, if you decide to do one, what are the benefits? We spoke to UTS Graduates about their time...

How Sleep Deprivation Could Ruin Your Career

With semester getting hectic, it’s easy to sacrifice sleep in favor of finishing that list minute assignment, or bingeing Dead to Me on Netflix. But a lack of sleep can actually have a huge impact on your daily life, and getting into the habit of subsisting on less...

Inbox Zero

Picture this: it’s a Wednesday morning, and you’ve just logged on to your computer at work. You have your coffee in hand, and you are ready to tackle the day. You open up Outlook and all of a sudden your computer starts to move at snail speed as your inbox loads....

4 Everyday Habits to Build in Your 20s to Help Your Career

Your 20s are often a time of change as you grow into adulthood, but there are some things you can do now that will stay with you for the rest of your life (and career). One such habit, is brought to you from the tiny friend who went viral back in March for his skills...

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