Hello!

Hi everyone!
I’m Tiffany. I’m actually only a guest student at LCC, so this my first and last class at LCC, as well as my first online course, so this is entirely new for me! I am a senior Business Management major with a minor in Economics at Saginaw Valley State University (Go Cards!). I also am an Administrative Co-op at Nexteer Automotive in Saginaw, MI.  I also have been in the SVSU Color guard for four years, the last two of those years as team captain. In addition to that, I am a member of Music n’ Motion, a student organization for West Coast Swing dance. I have a strong passion for color guard and dance, it’s so much fun! I plan on graduating with my bachelor’s in Dec 2015, and after that I’d like to go into hotel management, but I’m keeping my options open to other things as well.
I’m really looking forward to this class as I truly enjoy economics!

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I'm Tiffany. I'm actually only a guest student at LCC. I am a senior Business Management major with a minor in Economics at Saginaw Valley State University (Go Cards!). I also am an Administrative Co-op at Nexteer Automotive in Saginaw, MI. At SVSU, I am a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success. I also have been in the SVSU Color guard for four years, the last two of those years as team captain. In addition to that, I am a member of Music n' Motion, a student organization for West Coast Swing dance. I have a strong passion for color guard and dance, it's so much fun!

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  1. Hello, Tiffany. Sounds like you are quite involved and engaged in many activities. Doesn’t look like the world can keep you down. I also enjoy economics and am looking forward to this class like you.
    I am interested in how you got involved in the Color Guard at SVSU. What is your favorite position serving on that detail? WHere and how many times have you pulled the detail?

    1. Yes, I am quite involved. I like to keep busy! I was in color guard in high school in Clio, MI and just decided to continue on with it in college. My favorite part of being captain was writing new routines and teaching them to my team. It was a great sense of accomplishment seeing my team do well on a new routine. I wrote about 16 routines each season, and the season runs August through November.

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