How to Save Money When You’re Broke

You know you’re supposed to be saving money: for your future, for a rainy day fund, for that big purchase you have your eye on (hello, summer vacation). But how do you save money when you’re already in debt and everything keeps getting more expensive? […]

Let’s Practice Reflection

By Maggie Kuhn (’21), Assistant Director, Mentoring and Alumni Personal & Career Development at Wake Forest University The society we live in is increasingly engineered for productivity. Self checkout lanes, drive-through restaurants, online shopping – all efficiencies meant to keep up the pace, to save […]

Alumni Advice: Intentionally Developing Yourself

In our world as we know it, mostly everything (including ourselves) is subject to change. It can be scary to admit that so much of our lives is constantly evolving beyond our control. But, no matter what comes our way, we can always decide how […]

ChatGPT: Dos & Don’ts and Tips for Your Career Search

By Maggie Kuhn (’21), Assistant Director for Mentoring and Alumni Personal & Career Development, Wake Forest University As the breadth of technology rapidly expands, our day-to-day processes are increasingly subject to innovation. A timely example of this growth is ChatGPT. This tool is extremely dynamic […]

Alumni Advice: How Creativity Can Enhance Your Life & Career

Some people think of creativity as what qualifies painters, musicians, or designers. Others define creativity as the basis of humanity, a trait that sets our species apart from other animals. Regardless of how you define creativity, leveraging and implementing creative practices into your day-to-day life […]

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