In our final interview as part of our inaugural Young Alumni Tell Their Stories Week we speak to Georgia Maclaren (Class of 2013) and Tahir Hunter (Class of 2018) on the topic of life transitions. Both Georgia and Tahir have taken unconventional paths after their time at Caulfield and take the time to share their experiences and opinions on navigating post high-school life. Georgia is a developed graphic designer and has recently begun a road trip around Australia, whilst Tahir has spent time in various start-up business and speaks on the importance of building confidence and respect within the workplace.
This interview was conducted by a team of young Grammarians as part of our inaugural Young Alumni Tell Their Stories Week – a week of content (including a social media takeover) by young alumni for young alumni. This initiative forms part of our broader Young Alumni Ambassador Program (YAAP).
Read Tahir and Georgia’s written profiles on our website now: https://www.caulfieldgrammarians.com.au/alumni/
Keep watching our Young Alumni Tell Their Stories Week playlist, or subscribe to our channel, to hear from more of our young alumni on a range of different topics such as the environment, mental health and entrepreneurship.
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