January 2018

Nursing graduate Christopher Ray took charge of his life and his destiny, going from laid-off truck driver to ER charge nurse in a level one designated trauma hospital.

Failure. It’s probably not something you want to think about. Failing is scary. Failing can result in major consequences that might seem insurmountable. “Failure is hard,” says Krystal Covington, a WGU MBA graduate and celebrated speaker and business consultant . “I’ve made so many mistakes, and even to this day

Reshma Saujani By 2020, there will be 1.4 million new jobs available in computing related fields. U.S. graduates are on track to fill 29% of those jobs. Women are on track to fill just 3%. And, in case this statistic is seen as an improvement over past years, it’s not.

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