Nicole D. Wilke
stdndw12 at shsu.edu
Wed Feb 1 16:40:10 CST 2006
The work and effort you put into the group is appreciated. Quite frankly,
if you choose to be president of the group in order to impress someone I
am ok with that. How many people can honestly say that EVERYTHING they do
is purely for charitable reasons? If you feel that this group is
important for you to host because of a personal conviction to helping
other NTS that is great, and if it also happens to help build your resume
too--that's just a bonus!!!
> Hello Group,
> I thought that we could turn the mailing list into an open discussion
> a topic that has come forward. I have recently been accussed of being
> president of this organization to try to impress someone. The people in
> this organization are my friends and like family, and I care so much about
> all of the members. I enjoy seeing the smiles of all the members, and the
> rewards for working hard are great.
> The hard work that I have put into this organization is because I want to
> see it succeed, and I feel that it is a worthwhile organization for future
> non-traditional students at SHSU. When I was a computer science major
> were times when I was the only women in a class of 50 students. This was
> learning experience, because I realized the importance of doing things for
> myself and for achievement, and not to try to be impressive.
> If anyone would like to add to this then feel free.
> Andrea L. Woodlief
> President, Non-Traditional Student Organization
> "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the
> source of all true art and science." -- Albert Einstein
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