May 2017

Finding Humor in Phone Calls

One of the best and worst parts about my job is answering the phone.


How to be a Lifelong Learner as an Austin Intern

As more and more Aggies experience opportunities to learn outside of campus, the cycle will continue and more Aggies will commit to developing themselves into disciplined leaders of character that are committed to serving the greater good through selfless service.


Work Hard, Play Hard

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.


What It Means To Commit: Aggie Style!

Three months into this internship and my enthusiasm is still alive and well! Committing to a demanding job like this isn't always a walk in the park, but here's how I stay committed to the cause...Aggie style. This blog is about what "Aggies Commit" means to me and the lessons I've learned along the way. Enjoy!


Carrying the Aggie Spirit

As a student at Texas A&M, I am committing to serving the Aggie Network.


Lifelong Learning

To commit to learning for a life time is important and vital to any student.


Aggies Commit: Committing to Truth

No matter where my academic, personal, or professional paths may take me, I intend to remain committed to pursuing and upholding Truth.


Sine Die is Coming

Sine Die will come and the questions arise. What will I do with my time at the Capitol? How has the 85th Legislative Session shaped my career? How did I even end up sitting here? Here's a little sneak peek of the thoughts.


Initiative and Personal Growth

I plan to always commit to personal growth because I truly believe that in doing so I can surprise even myself of my accomplishments.
 


The Truth behind the Saying "Aggies Commit"

This internship has given me a taste of what the real world is going to be like, and I am incredibly excited to get my degree and go back into the workforce.

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