I've noticed that many of you checked the "time management" box on the mentor papers you were handed a couple weeks ago. I've been doing some research on helpful tips for time management and i've found a couple links for you guys!
If you all need more help just e-mail me or text me or anything and we can set up a meeting time; we can then come up with a time management process that works best with you! i'm really good at managing time :)
I will continue posting more helpful tips throughout the year. If there is something specific you would like me to post let me know on here, e-mail, text, phone anything.
Have a wonderful day!
Sunday, August 25, 2013
Sunday, August 18, 2013
Here's some more info on Patrick Tillman! Enjoy! I've also added a link to the Pat Tillman Foundation page where you can learn even more and about the scholarship opportunities the foundation provides.
The info below is simply copy and pasted from the website above ^ but don't be lazy go look at the website anyway!
In 1997, he helped lead the Sun Devils to the Rose Bowl after an undefeated season. Pat’s intensity made him a quick fan favorite, and his skillful play at linebacker earned him three designations to the All-Pac-10 team and the Pac-10 Conference’s Defensive Player of the Year Award in 1997.
Held in high regard by professors and coaches, Pat was chosen for the Pac-10 All-Academic Football Team, as well as the NCAA’s Post-Graduate Scholarship for academic and athletic excellence. Pat graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.S. in Marketing in just three and a half years.
In May 2010 the National Football Foundation announced Pat was one of 12 players selected from a ballot of 77 All-America players to be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a member of the Hall’s Class of 2010. In addition to Hall of Fame enshrinement, Pat was honored posthumously at an ASU football game in fall 2010.
He kept himself busy and challenged in the off-season, competing in a marathon and a half Ironman triathlon, while pursuing a Master’s degree in history from his alma mater. He also volunteered with the Boys and Girls Club of Arizona, Boys Hope Girls Hope and the March of Dimes, and read and talked to students in schools across the Phoenix Valley.