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  • Negotiating for the Salary You Deserve | The Warrior
    of the range at the number you would actually like and then make the top range more aggressive By doing so there s a good chance that you ll be offered more than the low end of the range which was the number you would have settled for According to the researcher make the upper number about 20 percent larger than the lower This method of offering a range seems often lead to higher salaries How does this work First a range shapes expectations about an acceptable counteroffer When there s a number that is the bottom line people assume you re unlikely to take something below that number Second there s what is called the politeness effect Potential employers are much less likely to go very far below the bottom number of a range because they feel like it would be insulting to you This salary range method works well if you have also employed some basics of negotiating a salary For example you should always research the salary of the position you are seeking Use multiple sources to factor in your location experience education and the position s growth potential Don t reveal your current salary in some cases to prevent possible employers from low balling you Those of you who have signed a confidentiality agreement with your current employer can avoid this discussion If you have not and are asked you could politely explain that you would rather not say at this time In the end negotiating a salary using these methods will truly depend on your attitude research and persistence Good luck and let us know in the comments below if the salary range method help you get that desired number Author Claire Stewart Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter Submit a Comment Cancel reply

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  • Reflections | The Warrior
    achievement This year we had 368 graduates By all accounts this is Waldorf s largest graduating class ever Along with the 104 residential students 264 online students received their degrees On Saturday 30 online students joined 90 residential students to walk across the stage at the Hanson Fieldhouse and receive their diplomas For many of you who travelled from places as far away as California and Florida or as near as Mason City and Marshalltown this was your first time on campus Yet whether you spent four years on campus or never stepped foot in Thorson hall all of our students experience that very special something that is truly Waldorf I wanted to share part of a letter I received from an online graduate Recently I completed my last class at Waldorf and wanted to take a moment to express how happy I was with my college experience I could not have asked for a more professional and friendly staff They often felt more like friends than my college contacts I looked at other four year colleges before making my final choice Attending Waldorf turned out to be one of the best decisions I ever made Keep up the good work It is wonderful to see our Waldorf Warrior nation growing by leaps and bounds but it is even more rewarding knowing that all of our graduates have been transformed by that special something that is Waldorf The Warrior Watch is being sent on Peace Officer s Memorial Day In 1962 President John F Kennedy signed a proclamation designating May 15 as Peace Officer s Memorial Day Today thousands of law enforcement officers from around the world will be in Washington DC to participate in events honoring those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice We here at Waldorf honor their

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  • Claire Stewart | The Warrior
    Saturday January 16 at Waldorf College The event will take place in the Waldorf College Campus Atrium Entrance will be through Arched Doorway on North Side of Building 236 W J Street Doors will open at 2 30pm with Ben Carson speaking at 3 45 You can watch the event through the Waldorf Livestream here Read More Jan 12 Welcome to 2016 Posted on Jan 12 2016 Welcome to 2016 January always seems like a time of renewal and change Many people make New Year s resolutions but then write them off as unrealistic and lofty expectations But I challenge you to see these more as promises you make to yourself for yourself and no one else The only way to keep a resolution is to give yourself attainable realistic goals that you feel passionate about achieving You won t be able to keep it up Read More Jan 12 10 Surefire Study Tips to Ace Your Next Test Posted on Jan 12 2016 We have all been there The day before a big test and you know you need to cram 8 weeks of work into 3 hours of studying Even though sleeping with your math book under your pillow may not help you retain all the information in your course we have a few tips that are sure to help you remember all the important information Sleep it off Studying right before bed can help you retain more information During your sleep the Read More Jan 05 Pressing the Reset Button The Importance of Napping Posted on Jan 5 2016 What better prescription could you get from your doctor than an order to sleep more As a student it can be hard to get enough sleep Many times it can seem that work family and school obligations are

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  • Waldorf T-Shirt Design Contest | The Warrior
    your design skills in our Waldorf College T shirt Design Contest Between now and January 31 submit your ideas for the newest Waldorf gear and your design could be distributed across the country to Waldorf students and alumni To submit click on the application link below and include your personal information You can also submit up to four images of your t shirt designs If needed feel free to leave comments to explain your design to us The winner will receive a 50 gift certificate and one of their designed t shirts Whether you use Warrick the Waldorf Colllege logo or a funny saying we want to see your design worn on Waldorf fans across the country Apply now Author Claire Stewart Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Recent Popular Random Job Searching Use the Waldorf Career Center Feb 12 2016 Waldorf College Announcement Feb 10 2016 Waldorf University FAQs Feb 10 2016 Waldorf University FAQs Feb 10 2016 Edna Griffin The Rosa Parks of Iowa Feb 6 2015 Loan A Book Program Oct 13 2014 Spring Cleaning Social

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  • 2014 Christmas & New Year’s Holiday Schedule | The Warrior
    2014 12 17 2014 12 23 2014 Christmas Break 12 24 14 to 12 30 2014 Unit II 12 17 2014 12 31 2014 1 6 2015 Unit III 12 31 2014 1 7 2015 1 13 2015 Unit IV 1 7 2015 1 14 2015 1 20 2015 Unit V 1 14 2015 1 21 2015 1 27 2015 Unit VI 1 21 2015 1 28 2015 2 3 2015 Unit VII 1 28 2015 2 4 2015 2 10 2015 Unit VIII 2 4 2015 2 11 2015 2 17 2015 Term 3A15 students The term scheduled break is from Dec 24 Dec 30 Should students wish to work on course assignments during the break access to Unit VI will be available on Dec 17 Unit VII will resume on Dec 31 Assignments submitted during the break will be graded by Sunday Jan 4 2015 11 59 p m CST Please see the below calendar of assignment due dates for term 3A14 Term 3A15 11 19 14 to 1 20 15 Unit Access Date Week Start Date Due Date Unit I 11 19 2014 11 19 2014 11 25 2014 Unit II 11 19 2014 11 26 2014 12 2 2014 Unit III 11 26 2014 12 3 2014 12 9 2014 Unit IV 12 3 2014 12 10 2014 12 16 2014 Unit V 12 10 2014 12 17 2014 12 23 2014 Christmas Break 12 24 14 to 12 30 14 Unit VI 12 17 2014 12 31 2014 1 6 2015 Unit VII 12 31 2014 1 7 2015 1 13 2015 Unit VIII 1 7 2015 1 14 2015 1 20 2015 Success Center Writing and Math requests Students who would like to submit a writing or math assignment to the Success Center must

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  • Waldorf College Announcement | The Warrior
    Waldorf can be proud With the success of our graduate program and the diversity of academic offerings we felt the title university best represents who we are and who we strive to be A year long process with selected marketing partner Flynn Wright helped shape the new campaign We Are Warriors a rally for the school that will be integrated in everything from campus signage to recruitment to athletic commitments and all marketing and communication Tradition passion community and success are the four pillars that through our collaborative process we determined are at the core of Waldorf said Waldorf Trustee Robert Mayes The formal evolution from a college to a university helps us with that alignment within higher education and gives Waldorf the status it deserves The daunting task of transitioning to Waldorf University has already begun and a full rollout will be celebrated in March with a campus wide event Chantell Cooley another member of the Waldorf Board of Trustees who spends time on campus mentoring the Cooley Scholars spoke with much promise and pride for Waldorf No matter where our lives take us in the future starting at this very moment we are all connected through Waldorf and that is something of which to be very proud I am so excited to share today with all of you We represent the intersection of the past of this incredible school with the future of what every Waldorf student staff and alumni will be honored to be a Waldorf Warrior Author Brooke Cooley Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter 1 Comment Josh Taylor February 11 2016 Love the change Post a Reply Leave a Reply to Josh Taylor Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Recent Popular Random Job

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  • Writing & Defending the Law: Howard Pushes Boundaries | The Warrior
    Association later renamed the National Bar Association which was organized in part to protest the American Bar Association s refusal to admit black lawyers Although the ABA later admitted African Americans Howard and other NBA founders saw a continuing need for an organization to represent the interests of minority attorneys While practicing in Des Moines Howard stretched his writing muscles as an Iowa Bystander columnist in the 1920s and 1930s and he later published the Iowa Observer newspaper in 1939 with his three sons The African American neighborhood newspaper expanded in the 1940s into several weekly publications in Iowa Indiana and Wisconsin In the 1950s he headed the Howard News Syndicate which served 34 newspapers in the United States and abroad In 1948 he keynoted the Progressive Party National Convention which pursued an aggressive antidiscrimination campaign He also befriended controversial entertainer Paul Robeson As Howard s popularity increased in civil rights circles he also voiced protests against increased government surveillance investigations and trials of alleged Communist Party members civil rights leaders and peace activists In 1948 he worked with Robeson W E B DuBois and publisher Charlotta Bass to establish a committee to fight Jim Crow segregation in the Panama Canal Zone All of his work with controversial issues soon led Howard to be elected as a U S delegate to the World Peace Conference in Warsaw Poland in 1950s Following the Warsaw conference he accepted Joseph Stalin s invitation to visit the Soviet Union However that trip is perhaps the key reason Howard returned to Iowa the target of intense criticism and was disbarred in 1951 He served as the National Negro Press correspondent at the United Nations until his death but remains regarded by many as Iowa s most colorful journalist of all time Author Claire Stewart Share

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  • Waldorf Holiday Closure Schedule-Thanksgiving | The Warrior
    are provided as a guideline to ensure your request is processed prior to holiday closure Requests submitted after the published deadlines may not be processed until offices re open Course Enrollments Term Enrollment Refer to the Academic Calendar for scheduled deadlines Assignment Submission Assignments submitted during the closure will be graded by Tuesday December 1 2015 11 59 p m CST Success Center Writing and Math requests Students who would like to submit a writing or math assignment to the Success Center must do so by close of business Monday November 23 2015 The Success Center will resume all duties on Monday November 30 2015 Incomplete Course or Final Exam Requests Thursday November 19 2015 Technical Support Scheduled Website Blackboard Maintenance Blackboard maintenance is scheduled to occur at 10 00 p m on Thursday November 19 th to 6 00 a m on Friday November 20th During this time one or more Waldorf College Online Service systems will be unavailable Please refer to the following website to review the status of ongoing maintenance during the closure cseg info Questions concerning the above schedule should be directed to Student Services at 877 267 2157 Ext 6534 Author Claire Stewart Share This

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