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Category Archives: After College
How many of you have been told at some point to “pursue your passion” so you can “do what you love” because “work is not work if you enjoy it”? How many of you then immediately dismissed that advice because … Continue reading
One of my favorite things about working at Wells Fargo is the value it places in its people. A prime example of this is the access team members are granted to resources that enable us to grow and develop as … Continue reading
For me, the best thing about college was not just what I learned from classes, it was also what I learned about life. Going away to school was the first time I was on my own, and I was thrown … Continue reading
Have you noticed that everyone today wants a more diverse and inclusive culture? Whether you are applying for college, starting your first job or buying your first home, the word diversity pops up somewhere. So much so that diversity has … Continue reading
I am sure you have been told by someone that everyone can be a leader and—like most people—you have dismissed it. Why? Because we associate leadership and authority as the same thing, and they are not. To put it simply, … Continue reading
Lately, I have spent more time reading books on leadership. Technology has changed the landscape of business and everyone is trying to keep up. More than ever, companies need to rely on strong leadership to be successful. Organizations need to… Continue reading
There are so many ways to spend your summer vacation – one of my favorite choices has been to work and travel abroad. Being concerned about cash flow led me to finding out ways to make money (or at least… Continue reading
A lot of job-hunting advice is aimed at recent college graduates, but honestly, there’s plenty to do to prepare for your eventual job search from the minute you start college as a freshman. You can and should be taking steps… Continue reading
If you’re starting an internship this summer and want to stand out, there’s a simple way to do it, no matter what assignments you’re given: demonstrate the work habits of a pro. Be prompt. Being on time is the first… Continue reading