I’d like to take this opportunity to thank my peers once again. Those of you who know me know I’m an entertainer. Well, you have all served as my audience throughout these four years, and you have motivated me in doing so. Your reactions to my personality and my creativity have been indicative and invaluable. I’ve learned more from all of you than from any teacher I’ve ever had. You taught me how to socialize. You’ve enlightened me on the facets of the human condition, the roots of happiness, and the dynamics of friendship. You have given me the life, the strength to keep me moving higher,
I wanted to thank you again for allowing me to be a part of the HBCU Pride Summer Institute. The experience was enjoyable and enlightening. Since this experience, I have seriously questioned my career goals and direction. In fact, I really miss our quarterly self-assessments. They really provided a roadmap for growth. I also love working with Gina. She is awesome. I feel inspired, just as I did with Dr. Gamble, to stretch myself and knowledge base. I want to do more.
Thank you Gwynne and Linda for organizing this awesome group ( you rock! ) and to all the subs who have helped us out over the last 5 years. We appreciate your participation, hoped you enjoyed the evening, and willing to help us out again, if the need arises.
I would like to thank for coming and visiting our AVID class. To go up and become a Miss San Joaquin is just really mind-bogglingly crazy! I have so much respect to you. I wouldn’t have the guts just to do any of the things that you’ve mentioned in class. I really admire you for that. To have the guts of steel to do something that might not even work out is just crazy. I also have lots of gratitude for you coming and seeing us even though you were scared to speak in front of us.
Thanks professor Vetto, I'm very glad you like my post. To be honest these daily questions are really starting to open my eyes to many things I didn't know. The response that each student post are very unique an accurate in the way that we are learning from eachother. Big thanks to you for setting the class in this form, it is very helpful in comprenhensing the course
I am a experienced staff member, and I work well with the staff team, especially some of the veteran staff. I am a chill persons. I have been Moderator once. I am a person with crude humour, and loves to joke around, but when its time to be serious, Im serious and I handle stuff professionally. A large majority of you guys know me, and have welcomed be back to the community, and I am grateful for that. Recently I have come back, and I intend to stay. I honestly just can’t get away from OPCraft. I don’t know what else to say really, as I am a person who tends to prove myself with my actions, and not as much my words.
I would like to thank you and your staff for a great experience. The lessons I learned have taught me so much about this field and I now know that I should not limit myself just to coding and that there are many opportunities in other areas.
Thank you for a great year! I wanted to let you know how much I sincerely appreciate everything you have done for me this year. You have constantly encouraged me to do my best and to believe in myself. Before this year, History was a class which I dreaded because I thought I was not good at it. After this year, I can confidently say that I have learned to really enjoy it. Your class has changed my outlook on History.
Furthermore, I have noticed/admired your (above average) active listening skills that you have demonstrated throughout the semester. For example, when a student would ask a question and could not fully complete their thought or idea, you would always step in and smoothly articulate their story and connect it to a real life situation or social work field related – and for that, I am thankful for having a professor that is detail oriented and caring.
I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for the very pleasant experience that I had when I interviewed for a residency position in the Internal Medicine on December 14, 2015. I really enjoyed meeting you and learning more about the position. I appreciate you taking your time to talk to me about my qualifications and about my interest in the position. I liked the program very much because of the wide spectrum of patient experience, its foundation in academics and research opportunities it provides and the dedicated faculty who teach the residents and mentor them in their career plans.
As I finalized my rank order test today, I would like to take this opportunity to reiterate my sincere interest in your fantastic program . I had a wonderful impression of Mayo Clinic Florida that was reinforced on the day of the interview. It would be the fulfillment of a dream to match at your program and it is certainly the top program in my rank order list. I believe that Mayo Clinic can be an amazing fit for me and I would love to contribute my best to the program as well. As we head towards match day, I am really looking forward to the opportunity to return to Jacksonville this summer as an intern at Mayo. I hope that you consider me worthy to give me this opportunity to do so.
First, Let me say thank you again for meeting with me to discuss the Legislative Aide position. I enjoyed speaking with you, and I'm very excited about the possibility of joining the Steiner Hayward team for the upcoming legislative session. I appreciate the extended deadline for the writing sample. As you know, I have two little girls and they were up way past their bedtime. I have attached the letter to Joe in PDF format. Have a wonderful weekend.
I would like to thank you for taking time out of your hectic schedule to talk to me as well as my peers. It was very interesting to find out the line of thinking from a person who deals with this topic fairly often. I am very appreciative of you taking
Just letting you know that I am dropping out of the Science Research Program as I see there was a misunderstanding in the groupchat. Thank you for all you've done over this past year in guiding me and in trying to find a mentor. I wish you and everyone remaining in the class and in future classes good luck in their efforts and in upcoming competitions.
Before I left for winter break, you asked me what the best and worst moments were of 2015. I said my best was getting the lumos award and my worst was domino dying. You said your best was getting hired at Hunter’s Lane, and that the worst was being at Hunter’s Lane. I’m glad I had you by my side for 2015 and I’m happy you’re still here going into 2016.