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Resources for Graduating Students and Young Alumni

Salary Negotation 101

Vice Provost for Student Affairs Susie Brubaker-Cole sits down with Mind Over Money and the Stanford Women's Center to share salary negotiation guidance.

Stanford FCU New Grad Package

Mind Over Money’s financial education partner, the Stanford Federal Credit Union, offers a special package of financial services for new Stanford grads including auto loans, personal loans, and a rewards credit card.

Stanford FCU Products for Alumni

The Stanford Federal Credit Union provides unique financial services for Stanford alumni including emergency loans, auto loans, and a 0% intro APR credit card.

The Crisis Job Search Playbook

Members of the Stanford GSB Classes of 2008 and 2009 share what they learned from looking for a job in the wake of the Great Recession.

Financial Survival Guide for New College Graduates

This year more than ever, new graduates entering the job market need to have an aggressive plan of action. Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz offers her personal finance guidance for young alumni.
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Free 1:1 Financial Coaching

Stanford Young Alumni are invited to make an appointment with Mind Over Money financial coaches, for free, to support the development of skills and behaviors for life-long financial wellness.