Category: The Real World
By Rachel White Contrary to the stigma—the impact of neurodiversity in the workplace reflects a commentary of high value and benefit throughout an organization which spans across industries. Whether in customer service or technical operations, employers, employees, and consumers alike recognize the positive impact and specific skill-sets these individuals have within the context of consumer […]
Graduation season at Clark is in full swing! This is an inspiring, celebratory, and – yes – bittersweet time for new grads. To help you adapt to life after Clark and alleviate some common stressors associated with finishing your degree, here are four things you should do immediately after hanging up your cap and gown.
If you are a first-generation student approaching graduation, then you already know that your unique lived experience will endure when you cross the stage at commencement. You are the first in your family to graduate college and now you will be the first to seek a graduate degree or work in what society considers a “professional” role. Whatever comes next is one more first on an uncharted path. You will blaze this trail just like you did at Clark, with grit, persistence, proactivity, hope, gratitude, and devotion to the folx in your life who offer support. Here are 5 tips from a former first-generation graduate to take with you after graduation.