Letting Go of Guilt When Returning to Work After Baby

by Sarah Gusky Kemer In 2012, my husband and I welcomed twins into our little world. All throughout my relatively uneventful pregnancy, my boss and coworkers supported me 100%. When I had to stop commuting into the city (after moving further away so we could have more space for twins!), they changed my schedule and […]

The Student Record: Sarah, Reading Endorsement

Name: Sarah Jones School/University: Reading Endorsement through Davis (Utah) School District City/Location: Bountiful, UT Major/Field of Study: Reading Endorsement Marital status/children?: Married, parent to six (ages 4 to 14) What led you to the program that you are currently pursuing or have completed? Why did you select this major or field of study? Please tell […]

A “Just in Case” Education is Not Enough

by Michelle Mooy When I was 30 the unthinkable happened. My husband died of heart failure. I was a mother of an infant and a 3 year old, and I was a widow. Luckily, I had my “just in case” education. I would be fine! My two bachelor’s degrees were all I needed to support […]

Returning to the Workforce as an LDS Woman

by Holly Whether you’re looking to get back into the workforce after an extended leave as stay-at-home mother, or you’re ready to leave a less-than-wonderful job after years to update your education, it can be daunting jumping into an unfamiliar world. But don’t let your “time away” or “lack of experience” worry you. You haven’t […]

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