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    lives there are touchstones places moments or traditions that we go back to time and time again Centering moments that connect us to our faith our memory and to our future as friends and family carry them forward Christmas with Waldorf is one of those touchstones for me and for Waldorf College For many of us Christmas means good company parties and tasty treats Along with the Read More Dec 11 Connect with the Career Center Posted on Dec 11 2015 At Waldorf College career services are available for online and residential students as well as alumni We are here to help students and alumni during the different phases of their careers from the student who is preparing for his or her first professional position to the seasoned professional who is in the process of career change or hoping to land a promotion Don t hesitate to contact us for assistance with career exploration Read More Dec 08 Graduate Spotlight Brian Kokkila Posted on Dec 8 2015 With many of our students taking courses and degree programs online professors faculty and staff miss the opportunity to meet students and graduates of Waldorf College Recently a Waldorf graduate Brian Kokkila and his family decided to vacation in Orange Beach Kokkila and his family traveled from Pennsylvania to Orange Beach and wanted to pick up his cap and gown and meet Academic Advisor Debra Waldrop Kokkila graduated with a Read More Dec 08 2015 Christmas New Year s Holiday Schedule Posted on Dec 8 2015 Waldorf College Online Services will be closed Wednesday December 23 Friday December 25 2015 and will re open Monday December 28 2015 at 8 00 a m CST In addition Waldorf College will be closed on Friday January 1 2015 and will re open Monday January 4

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    at 100 I hate the idea of average From a young age I wanted to be the best and truly believed I would be if I tried Average is easy Average is what is expected and I never wanted to be predictable I wanted to shatter expectations Average is when you know you could have given more to a project but you didn t Average is when you know you need to push Read More Nov 09 The Psychology of Thankfulness Posted on Nov 9 2015 On social media throughout November you ll see family members and friends participating in a thankfulness challenge by naming something they are thankful something every day of the month of November You might also see others finding ways to celebrate being thankful and even participating in a month long celebration of gratitude through events or their actions It is the perfect time of year to show thanks to those that impact our Read More Nov 05 November President s Message Posted on Nov 5 2015 Fall is such a wonderful time on the Waldorf campus The leaves change their colors the air gets crisp and it seems that the sunsets though earlier are even more beautiful It is a great period of time here in Forest City before the winter weather heads our way No matter where you are I hope you are enjoying the season change as much as we are It is the beginning of November and so commences the annual hustle and bustle of the Read More Nov 04 Waldorf Holiday Closure Schedule Thanksgiving Posted on Nov 4 2015 Waldorf College would like to wish you and your loved ones a Happy Thanksgiving As you prepare for this holiday season the following Holiday Schedule concerning assignment submissions course enrollment requests and

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    season in the United States To prepare for its arrival many Americans get the flu vaccine and wash their hands more frequently Others swear by increasing the Vitamin D in their system or focus on eliminating emotional stressors in their life to avoid the flu While getting the flu might not be 100 percent preventable there are many ways to make sure you steer clear of Read More Oct 14 Prevent Fires With These Safety Tips Posted on Oct 14 2015 Continually a push to bring awareness about fire awareness happens in the fall months by the National Fire Protection Association NFPA There is a push to educate parents children and families about fire prevention and fire safety within homes and apartments The United States has one of the highest fire death rates in the world More than 4 000 Americans die in fires more than 25 000 are injured from fires and more than 100 Read More Oct 13 Homecoming 2015 Recap Posted on Oct 13 2015 Homecoming 2015 was an exciting time on Waldorf s campus Find a recap of the events below Waldorf College held their Homecoming 2015 festivities Friday October 9 thru Sunday October 11 The weekend kicked off Friday evening in the Salveson Ballroom with the Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Banquet Bob Backlund 70 Brian Grunzke 77 Nicole Veldhouse Volk 95 and Craig Volk 95 Friday night at 9 p m Read More Oct 12 Living Intentionally Posted on Oct 12 2015 Every day we are faced with hundreds of thousands of choices When we wake up in the morning there are millions of ways our days can go that are affected by the clothes we wear the food we eat the things we say to others and what time we walk out the

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    overlooked This important document is celebrating its 228th year of existence On September 17 1787 the delegates of the Constitutional Convention met to sign the document they had created To this day the United States Constitution is considered the oldest constitution presently in existence Here s what we can learn about this Read More Sep 14 Come Home to Waldorf Posted on Sep 14 2015 Experience Waldorf s During Homecoming Festivities The chants the cheers and the celebration are essentials in the Waldorf lifestyle Current students and alumni come from near and far to attend and continue to be a be a part of the family through alumni events and activities The energy surrounding the annual Homecoming Weekend Celebration is showcasing extra enthusiasm because of the 100th anniversary celebration of the Waldorf Read More Sep 10 All Hail to Thee O Waldorf Posted on Sep 10 2015 We love our Waldorf College the school of Vikings bold we love her royal colors the purple and the gold The second verse of Waldorf s Alma Mater could not be more true Written precisely 100 years ago the song has been unchanged throughout Waldorf s existence The rich history of Waldorf goes beyond 100 years as the college was formally dedicated to the town of Forest City Iowa in October of 1903 The ceremony was performed in Read More Sep 08 Find Your Purpose Posted on Sep 8 2015 Ever since I was a little girl I have wanted to know my purpose Dreaming that I would speak in front of thousands one day to help others was exactly what I wanted to do At the age of five I started listening to Zig Ziglar a motivational speaker My dad would put the cassette tape in his car stereo and we would

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    get a jump start on their college experience Start Point is the perfect opportunity for high school students to get a head start on their continued academic journey before graduation Waldorf College offers programs so high school students can begin the navigation process of choosing their future careers Life after high school can be scary Read More Aug 12 President s Message August 2015 Posted on Aug 12 2015 It s back to school season My children have returned to school one in middle school and one in high school The campus is bustling as students have arrived and classes have started I know many of you also have children starting back to school this month or maybe you even have a child going off to college No matter the age it is an exciting month full of change While the summer seems to go too fast as students and teachers we Read More Aug 10 Be An Overcomer Posted on Aug 10 2015 I was recently watching the show Running Wild with Bear Grylls It s a great show of showing how you can overcome anything in your life but specifically overcoming enduring expeditions through treacherous terrain over a week or so Bear brings along most of the time a very popular person through this excursion This episode Kate Winslet who is an Oscar winning actress talks about her childhood and her career As she climbs up Read More Aug 05 Dean s List Term 6A15 Posted on Aug 5 2015 The dean s list at Waldorf College acknowledges students who have achieved academic excellence In order to be named to the dean s list at Waldorf College students must have earned a minimum grade point average of 3 50 for that term and have completed a minimum of

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    More Jul 06 Leading With Your Heart Posted on Jul 6 2015 After more than 25 years in the workforce I have found the best way to lead is with your heart Learning to lead with your heart and not your job title will create greater success with your team In the early years I had no idea how to lead others All I knew is I had a management title and I was going to make my team follow I had a few good characteristics of a leader such as persistence friendliness and being approachable But Read More Jul 01 Dean s List Terms 5A15 5B15 Posted on Jul 1 2015 The dean s list at Waldorf College acknowledges students who have achieved academic excellence In order to be named to the dean s list at Waldorf College students must have earned a minimum grade point average of 3 50 for that term and have completed a minimum of six credits during the term Congratulations and keep up the good work Warriors Term 5A15 Bryon Adams Sioux City IA Jeremy Addison Jacksonville FL David Adler Naperville Read More Recent Popular Random Job Searching Use the Waldorf Career Center Feb

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    I was in my office working one afternoon and suddenly it was as though I was standing in a football stadium in the center of the field and all the thousands of light bulbs came on at exactly the same time and shined directly on me I can remember sitting at my desk and realizing that I put so much pressure on myself that I had become someone who is not me It was a Read More Jun 05 Hero Behind The Hero Scholarship Open Posted on Jun 5 2015 Our heroes are an important aspect of everyday life They are our husbands wives best friends mothers fathers sisters brothers and neighbors Everyday they put their life on the line to help others It is the first responders that are the ones called to help in difficult situations putting their life on the line saving one life at a time to help everyone else live their lives the best way possible There are also sacrifices Read More Jun 04 President s Message June 2015 Posted on Jun 4 2015 We re settling into the warmer months here in Forest City but that doesn t mean we aren t keeping busy Waldorf s parent company CSEG and the U S Army Installation Management Command Survivor Outreach Services IMCOM presented the first Living Legacy Scholarship during the Rolling Thunder Ride for Freedom motorcycle rally in Washington D C over Memorial Day I m honored the recipient Stephanie Todd selected Waldorf College Read More Jun 01 Sun Safety Time Posted on Jun 1 2015 It s officially National Sun Safety Week The Sun Safety Alliance SSA started this week to raise awareness of the importance of sun safety practices The alliance stresses the importance of this important health issue in America and they

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    24 years and served during World War II My father served our country for 22 years and he served in Viet Nam and around the world So I was born into a military family and I was born on Memorial Day The first Memorial Day ceremony was held on May 30 1868 at Arlington National Cemetery In 1971 Read More May 15 Reflections Posted on May 15 2015 May is a busy month It s Military Appreciation Month as well as the month when National Police Week is held There s Mother s Day Memorial Day and of course graduation For the second year in a row we had beautiful day for our 2015 graduation activities While I d love to take credit I ve lived in northern Iowa long enough to know it could just as likely snow next year so I certainly do not want to be held Read More May 13 Discussion Boards Posted on May 13 2015 Discussion Boards Not just another writing assignment Let s face it balancing school work family friends and the million other commitments you have right now can be tough Read the lecture check Read the required reading assignments check Read the suggested reading assignments check Write that research paper for the week in progress When approaching the Discussion Board posts that you have due each week how do you tend to Read More May 11 What Is Your Legacy Posted on May 11 2015 Legacy I ve been thinking about that word a lot this month Sunday was Mother s Day and I ve been thinking about the legacy I ve received from my mother and the legacy I want to leave my daughter The dictionary defines legacy as something handed down from one generation to the next The most

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