Being able to articulate your skills, interests, and values for your own clarity and decision-making – and to communicate with others.

Why it Matters

Often overlooked, understanding yourself – your strengths, skills, interests, and values – is foundational. It enables you to connect your Wake Forest experience to the world of work and confidently articulate who you are and what interests you. It is the “personal” in Personal and Career Development.

First Action

  • Make two lists: your three strongest skills; and three topics that energize or interest you.

Deeper Dive

  • Meet a career coach or take a self-assessment.