Your Corner: From university to the formidable application process

   I’ve just graduated in Psychology from the University of Southampton, and during my summers volunteered as a teacher in China and a ranger on a game reserve in South Africa. After enjoying the many opportunities university presents, I’m looking forward to some new challenges in the world of work!   At university, I always strove ...

Your corner – Work trip: how to work AND have fun

I started my internship about a month ago and now I’m going to Germany for work. Not everyone is going to get this opportunity but those of you who do… Listen up! You’re going to another office, this is your chance to prove yourself and make some connections.  Early morning plane journey and then straight ...

Your Corner: Musings of a Londoner in Training

‘A comfort zone is a beautiful place but nothing ever grows there’ – the most cliché quote of all time. And yet, last summer, after 20 years of living in my small home town in the north of Italy, I realized that I had sort of outgrown it. I felt that it was time for ...

Part 2: Interview with the Co-Founder of Kranti

Read the first part of the interview with Robin  R: We have girls with very successful stories but I have would like to share one in particular. We met her when she was 17, she didn’t have the chance to complete her studies, abused by her step-father and kicked out of her house when she ...

Your Corner: Interview with the Co-founder of Kranti

We couldn’t miss the chance to meet Robin, the amazing co-founder of Kranti, an international charity that supports and educates the children of Indian sex-workers. Robin, young and inspiring, recently interviewed by BBC, is unique and the first thing you notice when you meet her is her dark deep eyes together with her sparkly smile. Her energy ...