Like many alumni of Wake Forest, Tim Nicodemus (’12) has a life plan. It includes getting his bachelor’s degree in finance, graduate school, then embarking on a successful career.
That plan took a bit of a detour when, in 2011, he decided to spend in a year in voluntary service.
Now, more than halfway through that “Pro Humanitate” experience, Nicodemus says what many say when they work for the greater good: he is the one who has been profoundly changed.
Nicodemus, originally from the Washington, D.C., area, is a financial and accounting analyst at Rehoboth Christian School in Rehoboth, N.M., a couple of hundred miles from Albuquerque. In terms of distance and opportunities, it’s a long way from his home in Washington, D.C., and from Wake Forest.
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