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Thursday, April 01, 2010 11:49 | Gerard Cassidy

                                       orientation

I thought it was really down to earth talking to Albert about the learner’s program.  He brought back some very good memories. A lot of thoughts were going through my head that day when I talked to him. He explained the foundation, and how to go through the thinking process, of the entire program. For me, this program is a great start.  It will allow me to think on my own, and use the talents that I have to build my future.

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  • Thursday, April 01, 2010 13:20 | Carol Grice
    Congratulations on posting your first blog and your comments regarding orientation. I am here to assist you in any way possible with this new challenge. You might be aware of this but as a tip I suggest you click on the highlighted word "outline" directly under your photo which guides you through the steps. Also consider checking out other learner blogs and posting a comment. That would encourage them to post a comment to your blogs.
    Keep up the good work and always be willing to ask for assistance. I asked plently of questions while I was writing my blogs. Carol
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  • Monday, April 12, 2010 04:57 | Chip Dykes
    Gerry,

    Welcome aboard! I stand at the ready to assist you in any way I can. Keep the faith and keep on blogging! That is how we will get your message out there!
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    • Monday, April 12, 2010 07:02 | Gerard Cassidy
      thanks alot, that's right! getting the word out is the key, thanks for the support.
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