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10 Habits for Personal and Career Advancement

In Junior Achievement Australia by Mariam Elhoda 0 Comments

Most of us have already experienced or are currently going through that pivotal peak of uncertainty and utter frustration in which we want to hit pause. For some of us, we may share …

Tips to Maintaining a Work-Study-Life Balance

In Junior Achievement Australia by Mariam Elhoda 0 Comments

We hear a lot about the importance of finding a balance between work and our personal life, but never about how university students can adapt a work-life balance while studying. No …

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International Volunteer's Day

In News, entrepreneurship, internationalvolunteersday, volunteer by Mariam Elhoda 0 Comments

 
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Work Experience Students Takeover JA Australia for a week!

In entrepreneurship, work readiness, jaaustralia, workexperience, leadershipskills by Mariam Elhoda 0 Comments

Year 10 High school students had an eventful week completing their work experience with JA Australia. From ideation to execution, students had a hands-on experience learning …

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High School Students Mentored by Bloomberg Corporates

In Bloomberg, mentoring, highschool, careerpaths, skill development by Mariam Elhoda 0 Comments

JA Australia kicked off the week with another successful speed mentoring event facilitated by Bloomberg at their Sydney office. High school students across Sydney had the …

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Are you an Introvert or Extravert?

In entrepreneurship, introvert, extravert, jaaustralia by Julia Maclaine Pont 0 Comments

On September 19th, the student society Build and Junior Achievement Australia came together to talk about the understanding of introverts and extroverts.

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JA Australia Alumni - Ankit Jagannath

In entrepreneurship, jaaustralia, ankit, jagannath, companyoftheyear, alumni by Julia Maclaine Pont 0 Comments

Welcome back at our column The Alumni of Junior Achievement Australia.  This week we interviewed Ankit Jagannath. He studies Engineering (Electrical) and Business (Finance) with …

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The Fit Entrepreneur

In entrepreneurship, healthy, fit by Julia Maclaine Pont 0 Comments

Many factors come together to make you a successful entrepreneur and one of the biggest of these is taking care of your own health. Many people find this really hard. A lot of …

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JA Alumni Showcase - Pavel Stanek

In university, Success, company of the year, alumni by Julia Maclaine Pont 0 Comments

Pavel Stanek is originally from Czech Republic and has been in Australia for 3 years studying a Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). He has a major in

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Stop wasting money: Cut convenience purchases and still have fun.

In financial literacy, saving money, junior achievement, australia by Julia Maclaine Pont 0 Comments

We know that going to the cafe and eating smashed avocado several times a week is bad for our budget. We also all know that we can solve this problem easily by just cooking at home …

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