Are you a university student or recent graduate unsure, confused or lost about how to navigate a digital workplace?

Would you like to land a junior remote job or digitally upskill yourself?

Join the RemoteGRAD course to follow a step-by-step guide on how to do this.

I'm Omamerhi.

Following my year abroad in 2017-18 in Spain and Ecuador, I always wanted the ability to travel and work remotely, whether I wanted to stay in London or go abroad, I simply wanted the option to CHOOSE.

After working remotely teaching English to Chinese students at the age of 19, my mindset was completely shifted by the world of remote work. I truly experienced the power of the Internet to transfer talent, knowledge and value across the globe. Since then, I have created projects remotely and successfully completed Le Wagon coding bootcamp and now do freelance web design and development.

Having studied in the UK, China and Ecuador, completed the Landmark Forum, and attended the Vipassana 10 day silent meditation retreat; I have a unique, holistic, evolving view of the world and just how powerful we are as individuals to create opportunities for ourselves and even moreso with the Internet.

I created RemoteGRAD in March 2019 because it is everything I wanted as a university student and now recent graduate.

Now I want to share what I have learnt and continue to learn to more university students and recent graduates who may not want to pursue the traditional corporate trajectory, instead opting for a career which is fluid, adaptive and aligned with themselves and their vision for the future.



You want a junior remote job but you don't know where or how to start....

You would like to land a junior remote job or digitally upskill yourself in order to create a lifestyle that fits you and future proof yourself.

Even though you have applied for a few roles - you have been hearing *crickets*

❌ don't get an interview call

❌ don't hear any feedback

❌ don't know where you are going wrong

❌ are overwhelmed and you don't know where to begin

does this sound familiar?


You have completed a few digital skill courses but don't have any experience...

You have some project ideas in mind or perhaps online business ideas but you need help with turning your digital skill into something tangible that exists outside of you.

How do you do this? Identify the elements within your control.

✅...identify the value of your personal and professional experience

✅ ...take initiative and turn your ideas into something tangible such as building a blog, newsletter, online course, a paid service or series of infographics.

✅ ...overcome your fear of making a mistake and share your projects with others.



The course is a step-by-step guide on HOW TO:

1. Find + land a junior remote job
2. Digitally upskill yourself along the way

🔓Access to the course curriculum - Systems 1 through to 12 with video tutorials, templates, links, resources and much more!

🚀 Access to a private community with space for Q&As, networking, collaboration and project showcase

📝 Progress workbook

🗣Accountability partner

⚡️Weekly group coaching sessions

👥 1x 30 minute 1-2-1 coaching session with Personalised Action Plan

🛠Monthly virtual project showcases

System 1- How to bring clarity and organization to your remote job search/digital upskilling

In this system you will learn:

1. How to get clear on your digital skills.

2. How to align them with your interests and passions in order to bring focus and precision to your junior remote job search.

System 2 - How to find and network in career communities (Slack, Discord, Linkedin)

In this system you will learn:

1. How to find online career communities within your chosen industry.

2. How to contribute and network in online career communities.

System 3 - How to build personal projects which enhance your CV

In this system you will learn:

1. How to build a personal project which aligns with your digital skill and interests.

2. How to present your project in a way that showcases your skills, learnings and potential.

System 4 - How to find career content through media content (Youtubers, Podcasts, Newsletters)

In this system you will learn:

1. How to find career content through social media platforms by following industry professionals who give tangible, practical advice.

System 5: How to craft a professional, well-formatted CV

In this system you will learn:

1. How to craft an easy to read, formatted, professional CV.

2. How to highlight transferrable skills that you have developed through your professional and personal experience.

System 6: How to build career projects which enhance your CV

In this system you will learn:

1. How to build a career project which aligns with your digital skill and career aspirations.

2. How to present your project in a way that showcases your skills, learnings and potential.

System 7: Where and how to find junior remote jobs and freelance projects

In this system you will learn:

1. How to use remote job boards to find junior remote jobs.

2. How to use Twitter, Linkedin and Instagram to find freelance projects.

System 8: How to build a personal page

In this system you will learn:

1. How to build a sleek, professional portfolio page which gives a insight into who you are as a person.

System 9: How to be your best in interviews

In this system you will learn:

1. How to present your personal experience in such a way which gives an insight into your character and ability to contribute on a team.

2. How to be confident in your ability to bring value to a professional team.

System 10: How to write an attractive cover letter

In this system you will learn:

1. How to write a cover letter which is clear, concise and conveys the value you bring to a professional setting.

System 11: How to communicate asynchronously

In this system you will learn:

1. How to communicate effectively without needing an immediate response from other team members.

System 12: How to negotiate remote job offers

In this system you will learn:

1. How to negotiate on junior remote job offers

Testimonials from Cohort 1 RemoteGRADs

"RemoteGRAD was a great foundational course and provided me with the structure I needed to advance in my digital career.

Omamerhi was a great source of information and always willing to help where she could.
I would definitely recommend this course to anyone looking to upskill or land that remote job."

OUTCOME: Landed a remote job as a Special Projects Assistant for a social enterprise.

Korianne Muya, Swansea University

"The RemoteGRAD course is a great course for digital upskilling yourself and finding a remote job.
It offers access to good quality resources that include clear action plans and exercises. It also enables you to access to an accountability partner with whom you can chat.
Omamerhi is great and also brings her own personal enthusiasm to the course. Would highly recommend to anyone looking to brush up their digital skills or find a remote job."

OUTCOME: Landed a paid internship at a patient-led mental health organisation.

Daphne Lamriel, University College London


Frequently Asked Questions

How does the RemoteGRAD course work?

The course curriculum is broken down into 12 Systems (listed above) each covering a distinct aspect of helping you land a junior remote job and .

Each System is broken down into 7 key components:

1. GOALS - This outlines the key objectives for the System.
2. VIDEO - In the video(s), I explain the importance of the System and share any tutorials via screens-share.
3. TASKS & EXERCISES - Carefully designed exercises which help you to implement project-based learning.
4. ACCOUNTABILITY - A reminder and prompts to encourage students to check in with their accountability partner.
5. REVIEW + REFLECTION - Working through the RemoteGRAD workbook, reviewing progress made along the way.
6. TOOLS - A list of tools, templates and resources to help you work through the System.
7. E-SAFETY TIPS - A regularly updated document with curated advice and tips for being safe on the Internet and practicing good Internet safety and behaviour.

What digital skills will I learn?

Digital literacy, as defined by Cornell University is ‘the ability to find, evaluate, utilize, share, and create content using information technologies and the Internet’.

Based on this definition being able to do anything from creating a website to crafting a well-written email is classed as a digital skill. The purpose this course is to develop digital skills which will allow you to provide value to yourself and potential employers.

Will I receive a certificate?

Not at the moment. This course is about learning through doing, taking action and trying new things, becoming someone who is resourceful, self-directed, collaborative, communicative and able to find and land a junior remote job.

How long does it take?

There is no time limit, although the minimum time commitment to be on the course is 3 months.
How long it takes, depends on how fast or slow you work through each System.
The more hours you dedicate to completing the action tasks, the faster you will see results.

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