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Lacking Mentorship? Become an Amazing Mentee

Lacking Mentorship? Become an Amazing Mentee. Written by Allison McWilliams for the Huffington Post, October 17, 2017.

A common complaint of professionals of all skill and experience levels is ...

To Stay or To Go? Things To Consider Before Exiting the Workforce

By Lauren Beam (’07), Associate Director for Mentoring and Alumni Personal & Career Development, Wake Forest University

As a mom to two young children and a part-time working professional, I can ...

Alumni Advice: How To Build And Maintain Your Network

By Jennifer Richwine (’93), Executive Director of the Wake Washington Center, Wake Forest University

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Jennifer Richwine (’93)

Years ago when I was a senior at Wake and beginning my job search, I ...

Alumni Advice: Top 3 Ways to Stand Out in the Interview Process and Beyond

By Emily Goodson (‘07), Director of Talent & Culture at Optoro

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Emily Goodson (’07)

I am excited to share my top three tips for standing out in the interview process and beyond! I studied ...

How to Ask People for Career Favors and Get a Yes

In this piece from The Muse, Alyse Kalish shares three key tips for building your network, particularly with people to whom you don’t already have a connection. Keep it short, keep it simple, and ...

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