How to Get Involved With the Guild Community

We won’t lie, going back to school is no cakewalk — luckily, you don’t have to do it alone. When you become a Guild student, you gain access to a whole community of expert coaches and like-minded learners. Whether you’re on the hunt for a virtual study buddy, or just need some time management tips, the Guild community is here to help. Read on to find out how you can get involved!

Join the Student Facebook Groups
If you’re looking for a place to meet other people in your program, Guild’s student Facebook groups are a great place to start. These private groups are invite-only — which limits membership to Guild students. You can use these groups to ask questions, share your successes, and cheer on others. Ready to join? Just let your coach know and they’ll send you the link — see ya there!

Get Social
Did you know that you can follow Guild on Facebook and Instagram? Yup — we pack our pages with time management tips & tricks, homework help, inspiring student stories, and more! In addition to being an awesome way to interact with other students (and future students), we like to think that our social accounts provide that extra dose of daily motivation that we could all use. 

Bonus: We host giveaways a few times a year — so if you’re lucky, you could win some free swag!

Talk to Your Coach
Chances are, you already know you have access to free education coaching — the question is, do you take advantage of it? Whether you need help choosing a program, balancing work, life, and school, or deciding what happens after graduation, your coach is there to help. If you’re not sure what to talk to your coach about, consider scheduling a call to do some goal setting — your coach makes a rockstar accountabili-buddy.  

Start a Study Group
One of the (many) great things about your education benefit is that you likely have coworkers who are in school too! We recommend finding the other Guild students at your company, and seeing if anyone is interested in forming a study group. Even if you only meet once a week during lunch, having those 30–40 minutes to dedicate to school will help everyone stay on track.

Browse the Blog
Fun fact: This blog was crafted specifically for students like you! We’ve dedicated years to filing it with study tips, career planning advice, student stories, and so much more. If you’re looking for a website that understands you and your unique education situation, you’ve found it. Check back for timely posts that can guide you through every step of the education journey.

Now that you know your options, how do you plan to get involved with the Guild community? 

If you’re new to Guild and considering your options, get the details on how going back to school can benefit you. 

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