Here at TSJC we are serious about “Students First.”
Students, faculty, staff, board members… are invited to share their expertise, talents, hobbies with each other. This could be academic or just fun. So far we have had a bit of a history lesson about this area, an opportunity to learn something about handwriting analysis, civil war sharpshooters and a “There is no such thing as a dumb jock,” presentation. Music, art, stand-up comedy, hobbies, sharing ideas on a particular topic…we welcome it all. The purpose is to have a good time and get to know each other. So if you, or a group of you, have something to share contact me in room 310 in the Library or at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 5510. I also have a mailbox on the wall outside of the room if you want to leave a note and I’m not there. Students can earn up to $45 in vouchers at the bookstore depending on how many show up for their presentation so be sure to invite your friends. Faculty and staff are also compensated. Also, it is possible for faculty to earn professional development credit for attending or presenting.
There are bulletin boards around the campus with the TSJC positive logo. Check them out and add your own positive comments. You will also find some surprises.
“Think Positive” pins are available. If our roving student sees you wearing one you can ask for a prize from the basket they are carrying. You may be stopped even if you don’t have one!
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