Graduated and Now What? (Intro)

Graduated and Now What?
Position Yourself on the (Job) Market 

Graduated and what the heck will I do now? What do I want?  What kinds of jobs are out there? How can I jump out from piles of CV’s? In the news there is often a negative image depicted about the job opportunities for graduates. That can make the process all that little bit more daunting.

Anne Hospers and Nina Janssens have put together a practical workshop that shows you how you can discover your talents, motivations and added value so you can differentiate yourself as a job hunter, freelancer or entrepreneur. There are so many opportunities after graduation. No black hole, but the freedom to discover what you’ve always wanted to do.  

Using our own experiences, projects and inspirational stories we give you tips and tricks as well as practical tasks to help you find direction and brainstorm ideas.  Individually, in pairs and as a group we tackle the questions: Who am I? And how can I increase my chances of paid work in my preferred sector? By combining your talents, interests and goals, we work together towards actionable outcomes that will strengthen your position on the job market.

Are you almost done with your studies or already graduated and you can use some inspiration and motivation? Then take part in this workshop and step into the next phase with more confidence.

campbluffAMDuration: 2 hours
Group size: Max.20 people
Bring: Pen and Paper
Costs: Depending on group size and location. Approx: €30 p.p. 

Anne anne hospers2Hospers (23) is a creative entrepreneur that graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor in Media, Information and Communication. She’s the creator of the 30 Cups of Tea: The Job Hunt project and is founder of the international platform Camp Bluff. Personal development and alternative education are key themes for Anne. Her motto: Because Courage is Contagious.


–On request accompanied by:

NINA7x1Nina Janssens (25) graduated in 2014 from the University of Amsterdam as a ‘televisiewetenschapper’ (Dutch for TV scholar). Author of the Dutch book Waar heb ik nou eigenlijk voor gestudeerd? en founder of the platform Afgestudeerd en wat nu? Her goal: support graduates in their job search en help make the time of unemployment more enjoyable.



Testimonials Workshop Participants


“I recommend this workshop to everyone. You get encouraged to follow your dreams. There’s nothing better than that!” -Eva, Bachelor of Teaching

“This workshop gave me new insights into what’s possible after you graduate. It has shown me that this is precisely the time to take action and actually seek out that, which makes me happy and brings me joy. A nice evening due to the valuable workshop with inspiring
and like-minded young people.”
-Vanessa, MBA VU Amsterdam

“I gained a lot of energy from the workshop as well as a lot of new ideas. I got to learn about lots of interesting and inspiring projects. Thanks again for the positive energy!”
-Milou, Masters Behavioural Change, Radbout Nijmegen

“Good to hear that others worry about the same things. Nice to exchange experiences and to reflect on a lot of new possibilities. The most convincing thing: you are living proof that you simply have to have guts to go and do it. It was fun, there was a good interaction and there was a clear story told.”
-Paulien, Master Public Administration EUR

“Nice to talk about these subjects (there’s nothing like this offered by my department). I gained new insights and I feel good after having taken part in this workshop.”
-Lotte, 4th year International Lifestyle Studies

“I found it very inspirational to think about my future and I gained new tools. There were concrete examples and creative ideas shared.”
-Nadine, Masters Behavioural Change, Radbout Nijmegen

”I gained an inspiring and refreshing look to start taking action –
“Just do it!” The workshop makes you aware of your own qualities. Plus you share/receive insights from your peers.” -Mauritio, Masters Behavioural Change, Radbout Nijmegen

Testimonials Organisation Hosts

“Now that the end of Master’s Behavioural Change is in sight, the stress begins to accumulate. Therefore, as Student Union B-change we invited experts Nina and Anne to give their workshop to our members. We have experienced this partnership as a very pleasant one. The trainers were good sparring partners and flexible when needed.

The workshop itself was a success as well. With lots of enthusiasm they shared tips & tricks. Our students were not only reassured about the future but also reflected on their own talents and passions. Anne and Nina’s creative approach to ‘finding a job’ teaches us a new way to
get hired. “

-Nadine Van de Sande (Chairwoman) en Alex van Roomen (Treasurer)
Student Union B-change, Nijmegen – NL

“At the end of their studies our students are often wondering what their next step will be: continue studying or find a place on the job market? That’s why Nina Janssen and Anne Hospers gave their workshop “Graduated and Now What?” to a group of 17 students.

Nina and Anne have enthusiastically shared their own experiences with the group. The workshop uses fun teaching methods and creative ideas are discussed. The participants are made to reflect on themselves and their own talents. A recommendation: take part in this workshop.”

 -Maaike Munnecom, Careers Counselor, Student Careers Centre Fontys University of Applied Sciences


“The AM Academy 
van Ambitieuze Meisjes (Eng: Ambitious Girls) is a platform for young, ambitious women who want to develop themselves. While job hunting members can use some inspiration and motivation. This is exactly what the participants of trainers Anne and Nina received. Different exercises encouraged the participants to go off the beaten track and apply creativity to the job-hunting process. The openness and enthusiasm Anne and Nina bought to the evening helped immensely in sharing great personal stories. Conclusion: A must to attend! “


-Janna Termeer, Programme Manager AM Academy


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