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When March comes marching in, we see students dressed in togas, marching to the beat of the Aida Hymn. Yes, it’s graduation season once again! T’is the season for the students to be happy dahil finally, all the sleepless nights, stress, and all that are gonna be rewarded at natapos na nila ang kanilang pag-aaral, flying colors or just simply true colors (What? LOL). But this is also the season to reflect on what you really want in life for once you take off your toga, your journey to the real world begins.
The real world. For Mass Comm, particularly broadcast communication graduates, mayroong dalawang real world. (Majority of) broadcast communication graduates either go to radio or TV to work. In my case, being a broadcast communication graduate myself, I chose the latter. Naalala ko tuloy nung grumadweyt ako nung 2010, I was also scarexcited (a strange combination of being scared and excited) as to what the future holds. Saan kaya ako matatanggap? Will I be employed soon? Ganyan ang mga naiisip ko noon. But since I was really determined to reach my goal (which is to become a DJ), I became DJ Boom Bayona, I made it. Now, to all aspiring DJs out there, heto lang ang masasabi ko: If I can do it, you too can.
Well, based on my experience (sorry to burst your bubble), mahirap makapasok sa pagdi-DJ kasi sa sobrang saya ng trabahong ito, walang nagre-resign. Meaning to say, job openings for DJs in various stations are almost always slim to none. But if you really are determined, walang imposible. Kaya iyan. However, determination alone isn’t enough. You have to be prepared. Parang sundalo. Armado dapat bago sumugod sa laban. Hence, I’m gonna give you some tips on how to jumpstart your career as a radio DJ.
PREPARING FOR YOUR APPLICATION
APPLYING FOR YOUR DJ (DREAM JOB)
Graduation signifies endings which are actually beginnings. Beginnings are never really easy. But however rocky the situation may be, you have to start somewhere. If you want to be a DJ and achieve that D(ream) J(ob), magagawa mo iyan. Just believe in yourself. With preparation, confidence and of course, prayer, that voice inside that wants to be heard will be heard. It’ll go places - malayo pa sa nararating ng radyo. So, sa lahat ng 2012 graduates, here’s a shout out for you: Congrats y’all! Keep the fire burning, Conquer the real world and keep charging for that D(ream) J(ob)!
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Posted on March 26, 2012
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