Many fresh graduates who are about to start their new jobs will feel nervous about being in the “real world.” In school, you pitched yourself as a good student: submitting requirements, participating in class, and performing well to help you land the best opportunities after college.

In your journey towards your dream career, you’ll inevitably face some problems or roadblocks along the way. These challenges will teach you invaluable lessons you’ll find useful in your work life, and will transform you into a mature and strong professional. Take a deep breath, and don’t panic. When you find yourself in a pickle at work, remember these tips for dealing with issues you’ll likely encounter in the office.

Building a style for yourself is something you cultivate over the span of your entire career. Whether you’re a fresh grad landing your first job, or a yuppie making waves in your field, here are some tips on how to develop your visual style.


Let us help you discover your identity to help you make your way up while working your charisma

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Strike with a golden vocabulary and level up your excellence in English

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Let us be your partners as you climb up the ladder with the tricks of the trade

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Kirsten Belle H. Tai, 18

Student, Ateneo De Manila University – 1st Year College

Three months ago, I walked into JRP, helpless and unsure of myself. I didn’t know whose help to ask. I was a quiet person and I didn’t like mingling with people. I guess, the greatest obstacle I had to overcome was my inability to truly express myself. Two months of John Robert Powers classes, I have come to know myself in a different but good way. I discovered my potential on many things. I guess the greatest help John Robert Powers gave me was guiding me in knowing myself including my strengths and weaknesses. It’s more of loving and believing yourself rather than comparing yourself with others.

Andrea B. Enciso, 17

Student, Ateneo De Manila University – 1st Year College

When I first came to JRP, I wasn’t as confident as I am now. I learned how to present myself in a much more presentable and pleasing manner. I got to meet interesting people here at John Robert Powers, the facilitators, staff, and of course, my fellow JRP students. I’m grateful for the learnings I have gained. I know I will be able to use all these in the present and help me out in the long run.


Yes, you heard it right! You can continue learning the Art of the Pitch during the holidays at any of our branches.

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See you on November 7 at Andrew Gonzales Building, DLSU Manila

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School will be open on Halloween, October 31, 2015, so spend the day perfecting your pitch with us!

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John Robert Powers - Makati Branch

4/F Casmer Building 195 Salcedo Street, Makati City


(02) 892 9511

(0917) 596 0939

John Robert Powers - Quezon City Branch

Ground Floor, Cinderella Building, 825 EDSA, Quezon City


(02) 927 0465

(0917) 501 8295