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January 2022 Newsletter

Our January 2022 newsletter.
Written by
Ayush Jain

Hi there, 2022 is here!

How did you spend the holidays? Recharging, hanging out with family, planning for the new year? I myself went hiking in the Himalayas in Nepal which was a much needed respite from the city life.

Over at EntryLevel, the entire team took a well deserved break as well, and we're back in the swing of things with many new experiences launching this year. Β 

Let's all start this year kindly by taking care of our wellbeing and plan the year to smash our learning goals.

In this month's newsletter, you'll find details about our new experiences, next cohort launch, followed by useful, fun and inspirational content in EntryLevel Digest to prepare you for a year of professional growth.

But before we get into all of that, we have some exciting news! We're delighted to share that our latest cohort kicked off on 12th January with students from all over the world. If you are one of them, thank you for being a part of our programs, if not, we have many experiences in the pipeline, so keep an eye out for them.

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πŸš€ What we've been up to

We are very pleased to announce that EntryLevel is launching seven completely new in-depth programs.

All the programs are beginner friendly and get you job ready in 6 weeks along with helping you create a personal portfolio.

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If you’re interested for a career change or want to upskill in your current job, our experiences are perfect for you.

To help you activate your learning, we're offering 50% off all the new programs if you use the early bird sign up. And remember, the course is completely free if you finish on time.

Sign up Below:

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Note: The 50% off is for Early Bird Pre Sales. These experiences haven’t launched yet. Once we have 100 sign ups, we'll start building the course. You can ask for a refund anytime before the program starts.


We also offer financial aid to those who are unable to pay the commitment bond. Read more here.

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πŸ“… Next Cohort Launch

If you missed the deadline for the January cohort, our existing programs are set to launch again in February.

Reserve Your Spot

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⏩ Hear from one of our students

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🏒 EntryLevel Digest

In this section, we'll be sharing interesting reads, videos, tips and strange tales related to job search and lifelong learning. Β 

Watch: How you can use impostor syndrome to your benefit

Have you ever doubted your abilities, feared you were going to be discovered as a "fraud"? That's called "impostor syndrome," and you're definitely not alone in feeling it, says entrepreneur and CEO Mike Cannon-Brookes.

In this funny, relatable talk, he shares how his own experiences of impostor syndrome helped pave the way to his success -- and shows how you can use it to your advantage, too. Β 

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Read: How to get ahead as a creative professional in 2022

Use the early weeks of January to reflect on your achievements from the past year, set goals, and plan your upcoming projects. Take time to consider what creative heights you will reach this year: How do you hope to evolve in your career? What skills do you want to improve on?

Resource: The Ultimate Annual Review

A comprehensive template that you can use to record down highlights, memories and lessons learned in 2021, and start to be intentional about this year

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Resource: Bookstash

Ideas from top books recommended by famous folk, in 3 minutes or less. Great resource if you're trying to pick the next book to read.

Listen: A Portfolio is your New Resume

Tune into this podcast Tim Slade about how a portfolio is your new resume. Tim shares his perspective on portfolios and why they are so important now when you are job seeking.

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That's all folks. Thank you for being a part of our community.

Please don't hesitate to reach out to us for any questions regarding our experiences.

Until next time, happy learning.

Wishing you a stellar 2022!

Ayush Jain

Learning Designer at EntryLevel

Date originally published:
May 10, 2022
Date last updated:

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