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TV Personality Reema Chanco's Advice to Fresh Grads: What's the bigger purpose?

Kalibrr asked Reema Chanco what she had to say to fresh graduates. Her nuggets of advice are below.Drawing upon my fresh graduate experiences, I know it can be an overwhelming phase. You've got  a new set of roles and responsibilities. It’s a new set of surroundings too. Here are a few tips for getting through those first couple of work years. 1. Follow your passion. Ever since I left my first job, it was the start of me following my own passion. It was the start of me acknowledging that “I’

Paano Sumagot sa Interbyu para sa Trabahong Sales and Marketing

Sadyang nakakakaba talaga ang mga job interview. Halos makakasigurado kang hinanap ka na nila sa Google pero malamang sa malamang, tatanungin ka pa rin nila, "Can you tell me about yourself?" Anong sasabihin mo? Ikwekwentomo ba ang pamilya mo? Sasabihin mo bang mayroon kang Funko Pop collection? Ano ba talaga ang nais nilang malaman kapag tinatanong nila yan? Ito: kung alam na alam mo na ang mga nagawa mo sa iyong career at kung kaya mo itong ikwento ng mabuti - lalo na kung Sales and Marketi

How to become a TV personality slash entrepreneur according to Reema Chanco

You may know Reema Chanco from the weekly sports news program on GMA 7, GAME. Or maybe you know her from her slew of Solar Sports programs such as SportsDesk and Rookie Manual? If those shows still don't ring a bell, Reema was also a host for Basketball TV’s NBA Jam and a VJ for MTV. Her resume however, doesn't end there. Beyond the television screen, Reema is a player for the Ultimate Frisbee Philippine Team and a certified fitness trainer. She supports various social advocacies like the Ph

How travel led this Filipino to his dream job at the British Red Cross

Passion isn't always as easy to come by as it seems. So when passion calls, you answer. Arbie Baguios graduated from Ateneo de Manila University in 2012 thinking he was going to law school but life had other plans. In 2011, Arbie lived and backpacked around Europe. In 2012, he graduated with a degree in Development Studies and a hunger for more and more travel. Despite what it may seem like, to travel is far from a selfish endeavor. Whatever change and enlightenment you get from seeing the

TV Personality Reema Chanco's Advice to Fresh Grads: What's the bigger purpose?

Kalibrr asked Reema Chanco what she had to say to fresh graduates. Her nuggets of advice are below.Drawing upon my fresh graduate experiences, I know it can be an overwhelming phase. You've got  a new set of roles and responsibilities. It’s a new set of surroundings too. Here are a few tips for getting through those first couple of work years. 1. Follow your passion. Ever since I left my first job, it was the start of me following my own passion. It was the start of me acknowledging that “I’

Paano Sumagot sa Interbyu para sa Trabahong Sales and Marketing

Sadyang nakakakaba talaga ang mga job interview. Halos makakasigurado kang hinanap ka na nila sa Google pero malamang sa malamang, tatanungin ka pa rin nila, "Can you tell me about yourself?" Anong sasabihin mo? Ikwekwentomo ba ang pamilya mo? Sasabihin mo bang mayroon kang Funko Pop collection? Ano ba talaga ang nais nilang malaman kapag tinatanong nila yan? Ito: kung alam na alam mo na ang mga nagawa mo sa iyong career at kung kaya mo itong ikwento ng mabuti - lalo na kung Sales and Marketi

How to become a TV personality slash entrepreneur according to Reema Chanco

You may know Reema Chanco from the weekly sports news program on GMA 7, GAME. Or maybe you know her from her slew of Solar Sports programs such as SportsDesk and Rookie Manual? If those shows still don't ring a bell, Reema was also a host for Basketball TV’s NBA Jam and a VJ for MTV. Her resume however, doesn't end there. Beyond the television screen, Reema is a player for the Ultimate Frisbee Philippine Team and a certified fitness trainer. She supports various social advocacies like the Ph

How travel led this Filipino to his dream job at the British Red Cross

Passion isn't always as easy to come by as it seems. So when passion calls, you answer. Arbie Baguios graduated from Ateneo de Manila University in 2012 thinking he was going to law school but life had other plans. In 2011, Arbie lived and backpacked around Europe. In 2012, he graduated with a degree in Development Studies and a hunger for more and more travel. Despite what it may seem like, to travel is far from a selfish endeavor. Whatever change and enlightenment you get from seeing the

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