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9/16/2013 1:11 pm

For those starting a career in teaching, whether they are fresh out of school or embarking on a new career path, entering the classroom for the first time as the sole educator in charge can be daunting. While student teaching can help one prepare for the experience, without a mentor, the transition can be tricky.

Teachers College
9/6/2013 10:28 am

B.S. in Business Management graduate Bryan Lee explains how he overcame tragedies in his personal life to finish his degree. He also shares how his WGU mentor and WellConnect program helped him overcome the struggles he faced while he pursued his degree.

8/19/2013 2:42 pm

With the end of summer comes a certain bittersweet excitement as the weather starts to cool and the kids start back to school. In elementary school, back-to-school sales and the joy of a new pencil case were all I asked for around this time of year, but as we get older the whole back-to-school excitement might wane a bit.

The Night Owl Blog
8/5/2013 3:19 pm

As a psychiatric nurse for nearly 15 years, Paul Tutokey has always worked to make a difference for his patients and his community. But when he decided to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Nursing at Western Governors University, he didn’t imagine he would tackle the issue of suicide prevention in his hometown of Billings, Montana.

Nursing