Don’t wear that!
Save a life.
Could the barista who makes your coffee help you snag that six-figure corporate job?
Can you get your couch-potato kids to turn off the Wii and go outside?
Can you update your wardrobe to avoid dressing like either your teenage daughter or your grandma?
The answer is yes.
Who better to ask than our vast network of alumnae/i? They are experts in every conceivable field—from career networking to crisis counseling. Freelance writer Lee Nash talked to a few and asked them to tell us how to…
- …Dress after 40
- …Find the perfect job in a tough market
- …Make the most of an information interview
- …Make cranberry relish
- …Get children to spend more time outdoors in the winter
- …Talk to your children about S-E-X
- …Mentally recover after a disaster
- …Stay centered when life is out of balance
- …Determine if someone is having a stroke
- …Handle defensive silence
- …Stage your home to sell
- …Take a great digital photograph
- …Select an artist to paint a portrait
- …Not act like “a little old lady”
- …Find humor in any situation
- …Use social media for professional networking
- …Develop a Twitter following
- …Overcome the fear of public speaking
- …Maximize your e-mail marketing
All in the (Wheaton) family
The Quarterly is planning a story about the generations of families who have chosen to send their students to Wheaton. Has your family chosen Wheaton over and over again? If so, we want to hear about who in your family has come here and the reasons that led them to the decision. Share your stories! E-mail us at email@example.com.