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Just in time for Teacher Appreciation Week and National Nurses Week , WGU and CareerBuilder have introduced two new, free guides designed to help teachers and nurses—and those aspiring to be either one—excel in their jobs and meet their career goals. CareerBuilder is a leader in career advice and assistance,

This blog post was adapted from advice written by a WGU evaluator —who is also a WGU alum—as feedback to a student who was struggling to write a passing paper for a course in the MBA program . It's a great perspective from someone who has experience both as a

Today's college students are breaking the stereotypical mold. Older students are no longer intimidated to conquer college later in life, and many colleges see students in their 20s studying alongside students in their 30s, 40s—even 60s! If it's been a long time since you've been in a classroom, it's important

By Nick Rothacher WGU Scholarship Program Manager If you haven't figured it out already, the ethos and culture that permeates WGU is to help students improve their lives. The employees and leadership at WGU are committed to their careers because we get to join students on a better path—a better

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