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Twice As Hard: Navigating Black Stereotypes and Creating Space for Success

Twice As Hard is an exploration of Black identity in the workplace as well as a blueprint for success, written by entrepreneurial husband and wife @RaphaelSofoluke and @opeyemisofoluke. Industry leaders including @MathewKnowles, @DJTrevorNelson, @CharleneWhite and @munyachawawa share their insights to inspire and empower other professionals.

How Can We Empower Students Who Graduate During a Pandemic?

To help students cope with the pressures of virtual learning and isolation, some universities have introduced phone campaigns offering advice for future study or work, as well as mental health phone lines. We have seen lecturers go above and beyond to extend their office hours to encourage those struggling with online classes to address their academic concerns.

The Africa Centre Launched Education Through Culture to Empower Young People in The UK through African Art and Culture

The Africa Centre is grateful to still be able to serve diverse communities despite the challenges brought by the Covid-19 pandemic. The resilience the Centre has witnessed over the past year has been nothing short of incredible. It is with this backdrop that The Africa Centre is thrilled to announce the launch of its 'Education Through Culture' campaign in partnership with the Aviva Community Fund project.

Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE Awarded Honorary Fellowship from the Institution of Engineering and Technology

@TheIET announces 16 Honorary Fellows to mark 150th year Sixteen world-leading engineers and technologists have been awarded for their outstanding contribution to the engineering and technology industry, with an Honorary Fellowship from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).

From Dating Disasters to Dream Jobs: Andrew Osayemi Writes Book to Help Young People get Jobs in Post-Pandemic Climate

Multi-faceted entrepreneur Andrew Osayemi has written a book for graduates and young people to help them get their dream roles using humorous stories from his disastrous teenage love life. Covid-19 has taught us the power of relationships and the need for a more authentic approach to professionalism and with his book “How My Disastrous Teenage Love Life Will Get You An Internship”, Andrew explores a new way of finding work. Andrew is a Netflix TV show creator and co-producer of the highly popular sitcom, Meet the Adebanjos, an ex-financial markets trader and a graduate recruitment expert who has helped thousands of high-potential student get top internships and graduate jobs. He has worked as a graduate recruitment specialist for the award-winning graduate diversity recruitment firm, Rare Recruitment; working with global firms such as JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank and more.

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