Your Wake Forest Experience after Graduation The Wake Forest University School of Business has educated more than 15,000 graduates, working across the globe as CEOs, executives, bank presidents, authors, lawyers, consultants and entrepreneurs, people recognized not only for their business acumen, but also for their volunteer initiatives and community service. Many of our graduates say that the best thing about their Wake Forest education was the relationships they developed with each other, our faculty and other alumni. As a Wake Forest alumnus, you are a lifetime member of our close-knit community of principled professionals. We strive to keep those connections strong by offering opportunities to: access lifelong career services continue your education attend alumni networking and professional development events refer a candidate to the MBA, MA in Management or MS in Accountancy programs help keep in touch with faculty, staff and fellow graduates help students find jobs, assist in career development and serve as mentors read our latest news serve on the Alumni Council and More… Lifelong access to Career Services Career management is a lifetime pursuit. Setting new goals and taking the steps necessary to reach them are part of an enduring process for all business professionals. The Center for Market Readiness & Employment is evolving and expanding to help alumni who may be between jobs or looking to switch careers at some point in their lives. A range of career management resources and tools are available to alumni, including self-assessment tools, industry/company research, assistance with resumes and cover letters, and preparing for interviews. We are here to help your reach your goals throughout every stage of your career. “As a student, I didn’t use career services to its fullest potential. But when I found myself unemployed with family to support, my needs were amplified. The Center’s staff realized this and seemed to match my enthusiasm and sense of urgency. They were truly eager and willing in their efforts to help.” – Matt Fisher, MBA ’07 To request access to alumni career tools and additional information on career development, please contact the Center for Market Readiness & Employment.