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Danielle Gibbons on her women's football journey

Women’s football: How I made a career out of the sport I love

Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t, shouldn’t or won’t be able to do anything, especially play football.
Author Juliet Webber started writing her debut novel Demon Slayer when she was 12

How I became a published author at 15 years old

Just believe in yourself and write about something you’re really passionate about and the rest will come naturally; just let the story take you wherever it seems to want to go.
Jessie Bastable on travel

Work abroad: How my job gives me the freedom to travel

The moment I realised that it didn’t matter that I didn’t do well in school, as long as I believed I could do something, I could.
Jasmine Dotiwala is a broadcaster for the BBC, Channel 4 News, Sky News, and works with the Media Trust to bring more diversity into the media.

How I got a foot in the media industry door – and you can...

Be lovely to everyone from the receptionist and security, to the company CEO, as the runner today could be your boss tomorrow.
Dr Jessica Knapp is an ecologist

What it’s like to work as an ecologist

I guess I am a scientist. More specifically an ecologist. I'm keen to break the stereotype of people in lab coats.
Louise Clarke, operations manager at VoucherCodes, shares what she did after university

I was lacking in direction after university – but now I’m a manager in...

I felt a bit lost after I graduated. Although I had a good degree, I had no idea what I wanted to do and the job market was tough.
Samantha Worsey lives in Portsmouth and owns soap and skincare business Southsea Bathing Hut.

How I started my own skincare business

I want every Southsea Bathing Hut customer, whatever their gender identity, to feel comfortable in their own skin.
Dancer Chloe Hewitt appeared on Strictly Come Dancing

How I became a professional dancer – and even worked on Strictly

Never give up, and never listen to the people who tell you you can’t achieve that dream, because you can.
Emma Guard, seamstress

How I became a seamstress specialising in bridalwear

Without my work experience I wouldn’t have known what direction to take my career.