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Best RE:Project Mentor Career Advice from 2020

Updated: Aug 23, 2021

🎉Happy New Year, everyone!🥳

✨Starting this year, in 2021, we'll be providing more amazing content, workshops, and upgrades! Thank you so much for your support in 2020, and we hope to continue helping fellow social scientists towards their career and to grow into a company that can give back to our community!✨

🍻Cheers to the new year! And to kick-off an exciting year, we've created a compilation of the most IMPORTANT pieces of career advice for #graduates & #youngprofessionals from our mentors! Thank you so much to Mari-Anne Chikerema Chiromo, Zoe Hamilton, Tedd George, Mario Ferro, Samanee Mahbub, Baiqu Gonkar, Bilal Bin Saqib, Yohan Iddawela, and Jaron Soh for your words of wisdom & inspiring career advice!🥂

🔊Interested to learn more from our mentors? Check out the links below for the full interview!🎶

🕐Mari-Anne Chikerema Chiromo

🕔Samanee Mahbub:

🕖Bilal Bin Saqib:

🕗Yohan Iddawela:

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Why should you join the RE:Project Community?

Our mission is to re-think, re-skill, and re-imagine the future of work for those in social science-related fields, with a focus on International Affairs and Development. We believe that technological changes have radically altered the way we work by disrupting skills requirements, creating challenges for young social scientists who largely rely on soft skills. Therefore, those pursuing generalist or qualitative disciplines will have to re-skill in an oversaturated job market favoring STEM and tech.

However, most universities’ career services do not yet offer such robust training for students. At RE: Project, we seek to help millennials and Gen Zs not only find a job, but build dynamic, “future proof” careers. We offer an active platform that demystifies career possibilities, helps build professional networks, and supports re-skilling for a changing job market.

At our core, we seek to reduce growing unemployment among young social scientists in an increasingly technologised job market. Our cutting-edge content allows our community members to stay current and learn from experts at the forefront of their industry.

In the short-run, we offer tailored career support by creating curated real-life, authentic content generated by real people of the millennial generation working the industries. Practitioners with 4–7 years of experience can offer as many insights (or more!) as 50-year-old CEOs and Directors about how to break into the industry.

This way, young job seekers can interact with mentors using social media live (visit our Linkedin page, Instagram coming soon), and blog posts.

User-generated blog posts, interviews, and tips will also be very welcome.

In the long run, the ultimate goal of this platform is to grow into the forefront community for the Future of Work for social scientists.

You can also get involved with our work as a mentor, a community ambassador right on organizational capacity. Find out more here

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