Intern-view: Charles Lu on Toyota Motor Philippines

Tonight’s post is extra special because the spotlight’s on Taft today with our first ever Intern-view from De La Salle University! And not just any kind of internship, but an engineering one that took over 11 months of our Intern-viewee’s life! I’m not going to spoil anything else from today’s Intern-view, so I’ll just do the introductions and then get out of everyone else’s way. ūüôā Continue reading “Intern-view: Charles Lu on Toyota Motor Philippines”

#WorkLifeGoals: Pat Feria on Teach for the Philippines, NGO Work, and Coming Home

We hear a lot of stories about people deciding to dedicate their lives early on to purpose-driven careers, like Delfin Villafuerte of Teach for the Philippines. But we don’t hear as many stories of people who left the Philippines, and then came back home to dedicate themselves to¬†a purpose-driven career here. Or at least, I don’t see a lot of stories like that on my news feed. And that’s why today’s #WorkLifeGoals post aims to bring a story just like that to you, dear readers.

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Intern-view: Milbert Capistrano on Oceanagold

I’ve been on an internship that lets me travel around the country for weeks at a time, but I’ve never been to one that completely transplanted me away from home¬†for 2 months. Today’s Intern-viewee has. In tonight’s post, Milbert M. Capistrano, a BS Mining Engineering graduate from UP Diliman shares about what it was like to move to Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya for his internship with Oceanagold ¬†last June – July 2015! Continue reading “Intern-view: Milbert Capistrano on Oceanagold”

#WorkLifeGoals: Abbey Sy on the #ABCsofHandLettering, Freelancing, and being a Savvy Social Media Creative

When¬†TBC’s editorial assistant,¬†Annicka Koteh, said that she contacted Abbey Sy for a feature on #WorkLifeGoals, I¬†was excited but cautious.¬†Abbey Sy is most definitely #WorkLifeGoals, so of course she has no time to answer questions from a small blog about interning. Continue reading “#WorkLifeGoals: Abbey Sy on the #ABCsofHandLettering, Freelancing, and being a Savvy Social Media Creative”

Intern-view: Anissa Villaverde on Ogilvy & Mather

For us mere mortals, advertising is a mythical¬†world full of beautiful people, whose day job is to find ingenious ways to sell us things we don’t need. Or at least, I think it is,¬†thanks to Mad Men. But because we’re The Border Collective, we decided that it’s time for¬†everyone¬†to find out the truth about¬†ad agencies¬†the best way we know how. Through an Intern-view! Continue reading “Intern-view: Anissa Villaverde on Ogilvy & Mather”

#WorkLifeGoals: Ceej Tantengco on #CoverTheAthlete, Writing, and Battling Sexism in Philippine Media

What happens when a three-time Palanca awardee meets The Border Collective’s editorial assistant for a chat about what it was like to go from being a¬†Communications student at Ateneo de Manila University to being a multi-hyphenate #worklifegoal?¬†Specifically, to founding¬†a Philippines-centric travel magazine, a foodstagram extraordinaire aka¬†@ceejtheday on Instagram,¬†a¬†millennial journalist, and a copywriter for the branding agency that started Hole in the Wall, Bad Bird, and Wrong Ramen. Continue reading “#WorkLifeGoals: Ceej Tantengco on #CoverTheAthlete, Writing, and Battling Sexism in Philippine Media”