GRADnext — crossing the divide from student to working adult
The partners who produced GRAD now added a guide for senior students. GRADnext was created to help final year students and first-time employees to prepare for the huge transition from student life to the working world. The 20 short chapters contain clear and practical guidelines, from deciding which jobs to apply for, how to write a CV, how to prepare for interviews, and how to negotiate the world of working adults – including managing money. You can download the text or listen to the 20 audio episodes for free. Just follow the links below:
My Next — Success in Matric and planning your future
My Next is a free guide for high school students who want to succeed in matric and plan their future. My Next covers topics such as study skills, career choices, financial literacy, and personal development. It is available in English and Afrikaans, and can be downloaded or viewed online.
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MyNext, GRAD & GRADNext are brought to you by
Ruda Landman and StudyTrust in partnership with Van Schaik Publishers.
Sponsored by Capitec Bank.
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