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Year One: Now What?

By Allison McWilliams (’95), Ph.D., Assistant VP, Mentoring and Alumni Personal & Career Development, Wake Forest University

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Year One. The first year of anything – a new ...

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Thinking of Joining a Start-up? Here are a Few Considerations

By Rachel Lord (‘13), Strategy and Operations at Clearbit in San Francisco, CA

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Ninety percent of start-ups fail. With venture backed start-ups, the investor’s business ...

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Finding Your Strengths in the Unexpected

We have all experienced incredible amounts of change throughout the past year, particularly in our workplaces. As you experience unexpected changes in your life and work, it’s helpful to have ...

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How to Use UX Strategies to Land a Job You Love

In this recent webinar from our LEARN with @LifeAfterWake platform, alumna Sam Larsen (’16) combines her experience as a UX Researcher at Wayfair with tips and strategies to land the job that you ...

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How to Write an Effective Cover That Actually Gets Results

Do you loathe writing cover letters for applications? We do, too! Most job candidates wonder if anyone actually reads their cover letter submissions – and even if someone does read them, you have ...

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