[mountainstate] [leadership] Give Your Input About Student Involvement in ACB
thedogmom63 at frontier.com
Sun Mar 25 17:39:30 EDT 2012
Just curious. Why was this pwarded here when it is clearly to ACB leaders, and the leaders who represent MSCB are on Leadership list received it, and hopefully will represent MSCB as was requested?
I would like to know what our representation is, and what was the results of all this, however as I do think it is essential to get students involved.
----- Original Message -----
From: A. C. McGhee <miscwell at atlanticbb.net>
To: MSCB Mountain State Council of the Blind <mountainstate at acb.org>
Date: Sunday, Mar 25, 2012 04:28:56 PM
Subject: [mountainstate] [leadership] Give Your Input About Student Involvement in ACB
> ---- Original Message ------
> From: ACBS President <president.acbstudents at gmail.com
> Subject: [leadership] Give Your Input About Student Involvement
> in ACB
> Date sent: Sun, 25 Mar 2012 15:53:00 com0400
> Dear ACB Leaders:
> ACB Students is looking for ACB leaders to give input on a new
> designed to bring young people to the National Conference and
> for the first time with the ultimate goal of increasing their
> in the organization. We are seeking your knowledge and expertise
> established ACB affiliate leaders in order to plan for future
> endeavors to
> encourage more students and young people to become involved.
> We are requesting approximately one hour of your time during the
> month of
> April to participate on a conference call during which we will
> ask you a
> few questions about your past and present experiences and do some
> brainstorming. This is not a request to participate in any
> program; we're
> simply interested in your input and ideas.
> If you are interested in lending your insights and expertise to
> effort, please email our President Sara Conrad at
> president.acbstudents at gmail.com or our First Vice President Laura
> at firstvicepresident.acbstudents at gmail.com by Sunday, April 1.
> Thank you
> in advance for your participation. We look forward to working
> with you to
> help ensure that ACB continues to grow and remains the leading
> of the blind in the United States.
> Sara Conrad
> ACB Students President
> mountainstate mailing list
> mountainstate at acb.org
Jessie Rayl, MA, LPC, ALPS
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