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VS 01 - WVSU-COM holds Freshmen Orientation Program 2015 100%

JULY 6, 2015 VOLUME 1 ISSUE NO.01 WVSU-COM HOLDS FRESHMEN ORIENTATION PROGRAM 2015 A few days before the start of the new academic year, the West Visayas State University – College of Medicine held the Freshman Orientation Program 2015 on July 3 at Room 202, Roxas Hall, WVSU.

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Newsletter Feb 4 2014 93%

4, the Freshmen will travel to Ortonville-Brandon HS for a 4pm game.

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Newsletter Jan 6 2013 92%

The Freshmen and JV teams will host Capac HS on Thursday, January 9.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/01/07/newsletter-jan-6-2013/

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Newsletter Jan 13 2013 92%

The Freshmen and JV games will both start at 5:30pm, with the JV playing at the high school and the Freshmen playing at the middle school.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/01/13/newsletter-jan-13-2013/

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Newsletter Dec 9 2013 88%

The Freshmen team has two road games this week.

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Newsletter Dec 30 2013 87%

The Freshmen Team does not return to action until January 9, when they host Capac at home at 4:30pm.

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Summer 2013 Newsletter 86%

4 Membership Spotlight 4 Preparing for Nationals 5 Claudia Gutierrez With freshmen off enjoying their last summer, things are usually quiet on campus this time of year, but certainly not for SWE!

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VS 02 - A Grand Start but an Untimely Finish 85%

A working lunch was in order as the freshmen were divided into groups of 12 in Room 202—a la SGD-style with their upper year facilitators, holding the getting -to-know drill as well as answering the freshman FAQs concerning books, study strategies, activities and other med school must-knows.

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Newsletter Nov 25 2013 83%

9 First freshmen game at Marysville, 4:00pm.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/11/20/newsletter-nov-25-2013/

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newsletter Feb 17 2014 82%

Upcoming Game Action Freshmen: ... Freshmen Coach:

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Newsletter Feb 10 2014 82%

Upcoming Game Action Freshmen: ... Freshmen Coach:

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Newsletter Nov 18 2013 82%

9 First freshmen game at Marysville, 4:00pm.

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menteeApplication 82%

FRESHMEN  MENTORING  PROGRAM       Basic  Information     Name:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/11/05/menteeapplication/

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VS 07 - In the Spirit of Agape 82%

Maybe, it is this kind of love that we want to embody as once again, the juniors of Roxas Hall hold the annual Agape Night for the freshmen.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/08/24/vs-07-in-the-spirit-of-agape/

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2010 NAU GSR 77%

The freshman-cohort rate indicates the percentage of freshmen who entered during a given academic year and graduated within six years.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2010/12/23/2010-nau-gsr/

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The Dartmouth Review 9.19.2008 Volume 28, Issue 1 73%

The problem with President Wright, for the benefit of the freshmen who may not know, was that he sought to dilute, and in some cases eliminate, the qualities that make Dartmouth unique;

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Newsletter Dec 2 2013 73%

JV and Freshmen teams will meet 15 minutes prior to practice.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/12/01/newsletter-dec-2-2013/

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SWEnewsletterFall2013 73%

The goal of the meeting was not only introduce Drexel SWE as a professional organization on campus, but also welcome many of these students as freshmen in the Drexel engineering curriculum.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/12/23/swenewsletterfall2013/

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mentorApplication 64%

FRESHMEN&MENTORING&PROGRAM&

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Breakin Newz Intern Application 64%

Freshmen Sophomore Junior Senior Graduate student Do you speak any other languages?

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/12/15/breakin-newz-intern-application/

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2017-hrcr-annual-mtg-return-form-final1 64%

Incoming Freshmen & Essay Contest Winners:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/05/16/2017-hrcr-annual-mtg-return-form-final1/

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CopyofResumeJune2017 64%

throwafuckfuck ​ ​   ​.   My email@myemail.com    |    (111)111-1111     |   300 Street Street, Town, State  00000  Summary  An outgoing, intuitive college student with a background in language study.  Frequently taking  on leadership positions in high school and further starting a private tutoring business, has a  strong interest in broadening my horizons into other forms of gainful employment.  Education  My High School High School 2012-2016        Town2, ST  High Honors (2012-2016), Excellence in Japanese History (2012), Gold Medal on National  Japanese   Exam (2014-2015), Name of Magnet School Program Completion (2016), 3.6 graduating GPA  My CC Community College 2016-Current      Town2, ST  Dean’s list (2016-2017), 3.46 current GPA  Experience  Private Tutor Sept. 2014-June 2016 Town2, ST; Town3, ST  ➔​ Meet weekly with students to learn material and build better study habits, as well as working  on motivation, organization, and other common problems which may arise in connection to poor  scholastic performance  ➔​ Selling myself and my abilities to parents, creating coherent and effective online ads for my  services, and following up with excellent in person interviews  Activities  MAGSCH Ambassador Sept. 2014- June 2016      Norwalk, CT  ➔​ Act as a homeroom teacher, mentor, and tutor for small groups of incoming freshmen  ➔​ Help plan and guide school events, including open houses, orientations, and potlucks  MAGSCH Anime Club President Sept. 2014- June 2016      Norwalk, CT  ➔​ Manage 25 or more students at a time after school with the aid of a supervising teacher  ➔​ Pick leaders of themed groups and delegate activities and students to them  Skills  Japanese language proficiency, proficiency with a computer  ➔​ Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and Excel (also Google alternatives)  Leadership, communication, initiative and problem, creativity, multitasking, adaptability, positive  attitude, time management and organization  References  Teacher Teacher, ​MAGSCH Director ​|​ email@email.com ​| ​(111) 111-1111  Former Employer, Ph.D., ​former employer ​|​ email@email.com ​| ​(111) 111-1111  My Godfather, ​godfather ​|​ email@email.com ​| ​(111) 111-1111 

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CopyofResumeJune2017(3) 64%

throwafuckfuck ​ ​   ​.   My email@myemail.com    |    (111)111-1111     |   300 Street Street, Town, State  00000  Summary  An outgoing, intuitive college student with a background in language study.  Frequently taking  on leadership positions in high school, I am now ambitious to further grow my skills  professionally and personally to meet new challenges.  Education  My CC Community College 2016-Current      Town2, ST  ➔​ Dean’s list (2016-2017), 3.46 current GPA  My High School High School 2012-2016        Town2, ST  ➔​ High Honors (2012-2016), Excellence in Japanese History (2012), Gold Medal on   National Japanese Exam (2014-2015), Name of Magnet School Program Completion (2016), 3.6   graduating GPA  Experience  Private Tutor Sept. 2014-June 2016 Town2, ST; Town3, ST  ➔​ Meet weekly with students to teach a new perspective or reinforce school material.  ➔​ Aid students in development of intrinsic motivation, time management, and organization skills  ➔​ Selling myself and my abilities to parents, creating coherent and effective online ads for my  services, and following up with excellent in person interviews  Leadership  MAGSCH Ambassador Sept. 2014- June 2016      Town3, ST  ➔​ Act as a homeroom teacher, mentor, and tutor for groups of incoming freshmen  ➔​ Help plan and guide school events, including open houses, orientations, and potlucks  MAGSCH Anime Club President Sept. 2014- June 2016      Town3, ST  ➔​ Manage 40 students at a time after school  ➔​ Supervised multiple concurrent projects with end result integration among project leaders  Skills  Proficiency in spoken and written Japanese, Proficient with general computer usage (microsoft  office, internet, etc).  Leadership, communication, initiative and problem, creativity, multitasking, adaptability, positive  attitude, time management and organization  References  Teacher Teacher, ​MAGSCH Director ​|​ email@email.com ​| ​(111) 111-1111  Former Employer, Ph.D., ​former employer ​|​ email@email.com ​| ​(111) 111-1111  My Godfather, ​godfather ​|​ email@email.com ​| ​(111) 111-1111 

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CopyofResumeJune2017(5) 64%

throwafuckfuck ​ ​   ​.   My email@myemail.com    |    (111)111-1111     |   300 Street Street, Town, State  00000  Summary  An outgoing, intuitive college student with a background in language study.  Frequently taking  on leadership positions in high school, I am now ambitious to further grow my skills  professionally and personally to meet new challenges.  Education  My CC Community College 2016-Current      Town2, ST  ➔​ Dean’s list (2016-2017), 3.46 current GPA  My High School High School 2012-2016        Town2, ST  ➔​ High Honors (2012-2016), Excellence in Japanese History (2012), Gold Medal on   National Japanese Exam (2014-2015), Name of Magnet School Program Completion (2016), 3.6   graduating GPA  Experience  Private Tutor Sept. 2014-June 2016 Town2, ST; Town3, ST  ➔​ Meet weekly with students to teach a new perspective or reinforce school material.  ➔​ Aid students in development of intrinsic motivation, time management, and organization skills  ➔​ Successfully marketed personal talents to achieve 5 individual clients.  Leadership  MAGSCH Ambassador Sept. 2014- June 2016      Town3, ST  ➔​ Act as a homeroom teacher, mentor, and tutor for groups of incoming freshmen  ➔​ Help plan and guide school events, including open houses, orientations, and potlucks  MAGSCH Anime Club President Sept. 2014- June 2016      Town3, ST  ➔​ Manage 40 students at a time after school  ➔​ Supervised multiple concurrent projects with end result integration among project leaders  Skills  Proficiency in spoken and written Japanese, Proficient with general computer usage (Microsoft  Office, internet, etc), Leadership, communication, initiative and problem-solving, creativity,  adaptability, positive attitude, time management and organization.  References  Teacher Teacher, ​MAGSCH Director ​|​ email@email.com ​| ​(111) 111-1111  Former Employer, Ph.D., ​former employer ​|​ email@email.com ​| ​(111) 111-1111  My Godfather, ​godfather ​|​ email@email.com |​  ​(111) 111-1111 

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