Tag Archives: MC2012

JLINKEDIN: Linde, Adam [MC2012] Applications Sales Representative at Oracle

2014-Dec-18

https://www.linkedin.com/pub/adam-linde/41/4b7/ba

Linde, Adam [MC2012]
Applications Sales Representative at Oracle
Greater Boston Area
Management Consulting

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JLINKEDIN: Shillingford, Serah [MC2012] Social Worker at Saint Dominic’s Home

2014-Dec-15

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/serah-shillingford/51/7ba/2b7

Shillingford, Serah [MC2012] 
Social Worker at Saint Dominic’s Home
New City, New York   
Individual & Family Services

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JFOUND: McShane, Megan [MC2012] at St. Matt’s in St. Louis

2014-Dec-11

http://www.lasallianvolunteers.org/lv2010/2014/12/10/megan-mcshane-the-one-handed-educator/

Megan McShane: The “One-Handed” Educator

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The end of each quarter of school is always filled with stress and anxiety—final papers are due, students are trying to make up missing work that was due in August, teachers need to set up report cards for each of their classes. At every point in my life, the end of the quarter or semester has been incredibly overwhelming. As a second year teacher and Lasallian Volunteer, I found that I was hanging on by a thread at the end of our first quarter. I kept thinking to myself, “Wait…I CHOSE to do this again?” I continued to push through the stresses even though I was walking around like a chicken with my head cut off. 

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As the questions kept coming and the students were getting upset, I became frustrated. I stood up in front of the class and blurted out, “Guys, I only have ONE hand!” There was silence for thirty seconds and then everyone started laughing, including me. We took a few minutes to make sure I still had both of my hands and moved on with our class in a positive manner. This was one of the first moments in my LV experience when I realized that it’s okay to be human and make mistakes in front of the kids.

I am definitely a perfectionist when it comes to work and teaching, and I found in this moment that you do not have to take everything so seriously. The students appreciate the times when you are real and show them that you can mess up sometimes, just like they can. Since this class, I have made a point to not let my frustrations or anxiety take over my class. I’ve tried to be more myself in the classroom. When I get to that breaking point now, I take a step back, take a deep breath, and think to myself, “I still have both of my hands, right?” This thought keeps me moving through challenging times with a smile on my face.

Megan McShane is a 2nd year volunteer serving at De La Salle Middle School at St. Matt’s in St. Louis, Missouri. Megan is a 2012 graduate of Manhattan College.

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McShane, Megan [MC2012]

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JLINKEDIN: O’Connell, Sean (MC2012) Staff Engineer at Langan Engineering

2014-Nov-28

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/sean-o-connell/38/890/220

O’Connell, Sean (MC2012) 
Staff Engineer at Langan Engineering & Environmental Services
Pearl River, New York   
Civil Engineering

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JFACEBOOK: Rodgers, Bill [MC????] Lives in Vail CO

2014-Nov-25

https://www.facebook.com/bill.rodgers.18062/about

Rodgers, Bill [MC????]
Manhattan College
Studied at Manhattan College
Lives in Vail, Colorado

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Dear John,

I believe that Bill is a member of the Class of 2012

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Rodgers, Bill [MC2012]

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JFOUND: Laue, Kevin [MC2012] on dreams

2014-Nov-17

Reporter: Anonymous
Website or source of news?: http://Draddygym.com
What did you find?: http://vimeo.com/m/110593002
You Found Who or What?: Kevin Laue Manhattan College 2012
Time: November 17, 2014 at 9:33 am

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http://vimeo.com/110593002

THE HARBOR – KEVIN LAUE
from THE HARBOR Plus 2 weeks ago All Audiences

Coming off of last week’s episode, we have an incredible success story in the form of Kevin Laue. In spite of being born with one arm, Kevin overcame seemingly insurmountable odds to achieve his dream of playing basketball for a Division I college. Even in the face of constant adversity, Kevin never gave up on his dreams. What’s holding you back from achieving YOUR dreams?

Each episode of The Harbor will provide students with real perspectives from real people that will help them achieve greater success both in and outside of school by focusing on themes that we feel are not adequately addressed under the standards of today’s educational system.

CRITICAL THINKING – KEVIN LAUE:
Print version (PDF): mikesmithlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Kevin-Laue-Print.pdf
Digital version (PDF): mikesmithlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Kevin-Laue-Digital.pdf

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Laue, Kevin [MC2012]

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JLINKEDIN: Maruca, Joseph [MC2012] Content Analyst at Thomas Publishing

2014-Nov-01

https://www.linkedin.com/pub/joseph-maruca/41/b36/16b

Maruca, Joseph [MC2012]
Content Analyst at Thomas Publishing
Woodside, New York
Publishing

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