We are less prepared for college graduation than for any other transition. We have stacks of books orienting high schoolers to college. As people get older, we offer them full curricula on how to get a job, how to date and get married, what to expect when you're expecting, how to navigate mid-life crises, how to let your kids spread their wings and fly while coping with your empty nest. But when it comes to graduation, we give them some career counseling, maybe point them to an internship or two, and give them a big "hurrah!" when they finish.