First Hand — Graduate Sepideh Zolfaghari on keeping your options (and tabs) open

Posted 13 September 2017 Written by Sepideh Zolfaghari

When you don’t have enough experience under your belt, enthusiasm will take you an awfully long way. No one knows this better than recent graphic design graduate Sepideh Zolfaghari, who – after applying for a job with a list of requirements she didn’t yet meet – ended up being the first creative intern at the BBC’s in-house agency. She tells us about her first 12 months out of uni, dealing with self-doubt and learning to embrace the unknown.

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