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Juggling school, work, and family responsibilities can feel overwhelming at times, but just like the farmers now harvesting their crops for the winter, the benefits of your hard work will be more than worth the sacrifice. The time and effort you put into your school work now will be an asset to you and your family the rest of your life, so get sowing. We wish a successful “harvest” to all!
WGU was recently covered in both The Atlantic and Money Magazine! Good news for our Night Owls as the more WGU is recognized, the greater esteem your degree holds for employers.
The Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) is a referral and recruitment program that assists students with disabilities through the process of seeking employment with the federal government. The WRP can help students find internships or permanent positions at federal agencies, explore careers in the federal service, and gain interviewing experience. Additional information on the WRP and applications are available on our website. Applications will be accepted until Friday, October 16, at 5:00 pm (EDT).
On September 29, VitalSource launched a new Digital Bookshelf. Users will see a splash screen inviting them to upgrade to the new version after signing in. For a limited time, users will have the option to move to the new version or stay with the current version of the Digital Bookshelf.
Great features in the new Digital Bookshelf include:
Users will have the option to switch between the new version and the classic version through October 12. On October 13 the new version will be officially launched for all users.
Our students tell the WGU story better than we ever could, and you know better than anyone what it takes to be a successful WGU student. For each prospective student you refer to WGU that signs up to learn more, you’ll earn your choice of a $20 Amazon gift card or a $30 credit to the WGU Online Store. We’ll also email a FREE application fee waiver code valued at $65 to the person you refer! We appreciate your continued support. Refer your friends at www.wgu.edu/refer
It can be intimidating to present salary expectations to an employer, but with a little research, you will see there is usually flexibility in salary or other benefit negotiations.
Are you guilty of letting your weekend become your “weak”-end? Don’t let your productivity slide on Saturday and Sunday. We have some words of advice from several highly successful and influential people on how to make the most of your time!
Following a roller coaster of personal and professional ups and down, Andi wound up spending a night in jail with a DUI charge – jobless and degreeless. “Crashing” ended up being exactly what Andi needed to get her life on track, enroll and complete her bachelor’s degree at WGU, restore her self-confidence, and launch a successful social media marketing company.
WGU student Jody suggests: “If you can’t attend the cohort then watch the previously recorded cohort videos. They are helpful!” WGU student Sharistan adds, “Attend the cohorts! They are more than helpful! You can ask any questions and there is a live course mentor who can give you examples if you need.”
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