Philosophical question -- what can or cannot be shared about student affairs on RFD and in real life
Having read those posts above, I want to ask what information can be shared as a student or prospect for undergrad, postgrad or college? Privacy is an issue, let alone competitiveness of individuals... Spare me if I ask the wrong question... Becoming a post-secondary student with a mindset of a high school student is a foretelling of problems at post-secondary...miniimufin wrote: ↑ Hi Zeeodd, I'm still in the program so i couldn't tell you what the requirements for a basic entry level job would look like. The Program assistant (Darlene) sends us jobs through email once or so per week but even then its mostly for grads with 1-2 years of experience and for those who are already certified inspectors. I highly recommend you find internships while in the program. http://www.ciphi.ca/careers/position-place/ this site should give you an overview of whats expected at the intermediate level (we're talking 4-5 years of experience). Also i'm in occupational health, so i'm not too sure about public health.
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Meiji: Ambassador Swanbeck, I have concluded that your treaty is NOT in the best interests of my people. So sorry, but you may not.
Swanbeck: This is an outrage!