Let’s face it, money management is a big part of adulthood. Whether you’re paying off student loans, saving for retirement, or trying to save money towards a big purchase like a home, it can be tricky to know the best strategies for investing your money. In this blog post from Nav.It, author Nadia Imafidon offers […]
During the weekend of June 8-9, 2018, the Office of Alumni Engagement is hosting a program for our alumni who are entering into their “third act” of life and seeking to define their calling and set goals for what comes next. For those alumni participating in this weekend of learning and growth, they will have […]
This article from nextavenue.org highlights why your retirement may be the right time for you to start that business you always dreamed about. This post is in collaboration with Camp Third Act, a new signature program to help you contemplate the “third act” of your life. This event is designed to guide you to identify, and reach, […]
Making the leap to transition to a new industry or life chapter is filled with both excitement and challenge. In this Wake Forest Magazine story, Kerry King (’85) interviews Cameron Kent (’79) about how he’s pursued his creative passions after a career as a news anchor. Read the story to learn more about finding fulfillment […]
By Ed Southern (’94) Ed Southern is in his tenth year as Executive Director of the North Carolina Writers’ Network, a statewide organization dedicated to connecting, educating, promoting, and leading writers in all genres, at all levels of skill and experience. This guest post is a feature of the type of content offered at Camp Third […]
Unless you plan to work forever, it’s never too soon to start saving for your future. In this comprehensive piece, New York Times Your Money columnist Ron Lieber provides the information that you need to get started working for your future, today.