(WOW, I was told that if I did not put something down on paper, I would be reading off a blank page!)
Thank you all so much, from the bottom of my heart, …. I would like to take a moment to thank all the people who have made, and continue to make this all possible.
First, I wish to thank our president, David Agnew, and Seneca College as a whole, for this ‘Excellence in Seneca Student Leadership Award‘. — I am so blessed to recieve this innovative leadership award, for doing something I actually enjoy.
A great big thank you to all my friends, collegues & Professors at Jane Campus and beyond, for giving me unconditional support when I chose to start this crazy project.
… Somebody once said if you make a bad website, you made it alone. If you make a great site, everybody made it with you. I like to say that this (award) would not have been made possible without everybody’s support, encouragement, interest and precious input.
For when assignments, due dates, exams and other cares started to spourt and began to choke the creativity, energy and time required to keep our website up and running, they were there. You know who you [guys] are!
I’m so proud to have worked on this very special JaneCampus Project, and i assure you, this will certainly not the last Janecampus initative you are going to hear about – we are already working on the next one.
Certainly, “GREATER THINGS ARE YET TO COME AND GREATER THINGS ARE STILL TO BE DONE …” I’m sorry that my father couldn’t be here today, but I hope next time he will be.
It has been my honour and pleasure to serve my college, my campus, by attempting to and succeeding in improving the experience for the student body at Jane Campus through the creation of this campus-specific social networking website. If you have not already, … Please Do Check us out @ JaneCampus.com
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Remember, Jane Campus NEEDS you and you need us!
Thank you very much!
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