2.16: Congrats, Grads!
I know that not everyone graduates in the same way or the same time, so I’m trying not to project a single sense of achievement onto what’s such a personal journey. I’m a first generation college grad. I have an idea how significant graduating college can be for you and as a member of a family. That’s part of the sweetness of grad season. If you’re a recent graduate listener, thanks so much for rocking with me and bringing me into your post-grad routine.
I'm starting a new series dedicated to post grad life and decision-making. Make sure you’re in on it on the beginning, by subscribing to the newsletter. bribookspod.com/newsletter. From there, I’ll send you exclusive podcast content weeks before it goes live.
In this project, I’m giving it all away--my informational interview tips, what it means to network effectively, how to make informational interviews worth the time of the person you’re asking, and more. I’m excited to be sharing what I know, and create a challenge that encourages you to take action when it comes to preparing yourself for the post-grad life.
This Bri Books series is meant to be the bridge from recent grad life to early career. I want to help you feel energized and confident, and tell you what I did in the weeks and months after graduating that taught me how to do hard work.
In the days and weeks after I graduated Tufts, I remember so much of my fear and anxiety coming from my job status. This podcast series is going to be a little about what I learned then, and I’m able to metabolize now in ways that will help you bridge the gap from recent grad to early career.
If you want to get this content weeks ahead of everyone else, just join the newsletter! bribookspod.com/newsletter. It’s a challenge, and I want you to sign up to receive podcasts, about being nicer to yourself post-grad, and seeking community while you also seek a job. Bri Books Pod - Instagram