Our comfort zones are designed to make us feel safe. But these Diploma Programme (DP) grads can attest that sometimes staying silent is not the best way to grow, challenge yourself and feel proud of your accomplishments. These IB alumni share their perspectives on how found positive changes in their lives by becoming self-advocates.
IB grad Eman Elraie refelcts on how she was able to turn her fears into strengths by stepping out of her comfort zone and offers advice to find your opportunity for self-betterment.
Alumna Michaela Clancy discusses the importance of putting yourself out there and how she took the leap out of her comfort zone to overcome her fear of rejection by making new friends.
Sally Runions shares how she used self-advocacy, a soft-skill she picked up from the DP, at university when she felt she wasn’t being challenged with her introductory-level chemistry class.
Vienna Tran shares her perspective on how exploring within your IB curriculum may help interact with new communities, discover new passions and develop a career path.
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