Unleash Your Potential.


Imagine if you received a toolbox. One which would not only help you secure the job you really want, but help you be awesome at it!


We’re not just talking about technical knowledge (you probably have that already) … but the additional traits, attitudes and skills which will help you to stand out of the crowd.

That skills toolbox is generationYOU.

1 // generationYOU Events


At our generationYOU events you get the opportunity to learn directly from local legends, entrepreneurs, mentors and managers, whilst growing your network, interacting with our partners and developing your skills.

2 // Career Hacks


An online resource hub, curated specifically for students and graduates. Articles (or blogs) that focus on how to’s, experiences/advice from our partners, genYOU stories, general musings and opportunities for self-development.

3 // genYOU Digital


In our genYOU Digital program, we guide you through the trickiest career topics, keep you inspired with original and curated content and motivate you to be the best YOU. Learn online, at your own pace and in your own time.

Career Hacks.

Stuck in a rut or feeling lost with your next career move?

Our Career Hacks has articles stacked with heaps of tips, tricks and hacks to help you unleash your potential!

Saara Khan

How to make networking a win-win.

  • By Saara Khan
  • 28 Feb, 2019
It’s likely that when you think of your ideal networking interaction, you picture a scenario at an event where: >> Your nerves have disappeared whilst in conversation with a random stranger >> The discussion is about you, your skills.

Feeling Uncertain? Harness Your Resilience!

  • By generationYOU
  • 25 Feb, 2019
What an extraordinary privilege it is to be writing to you today genYOU Legends! My name is Abby and I’m the current intern for Bright Conferences, the parent company of generationYOU. While I’m here, I’m lucky enough.

genYOU Story 29 – Nely

  • By generationYOU
  • 14 Feb, 2019
Our awesome 29th genYOU Story comes from Biomedical Engineering student and President of the Women in Engineering Society – Nely Psico! Find out more about Nely including her love for volunteering and her advice for you on.