A Message from the Student Senate President
Hello and Welcome Everyone!
“You cannot grow if you are comfortable”. –Jamie Utt, Motivational Speaker.
My name is Taylor Parent. I am a business major and the 2013-2014 Student Senate President. First, thank you for taking the time to check out our new website. Most importantly, I want to thank you for joining our NHTI community. Here at NHTI we have so much to offer in the time you are here. We have over 30 different clubs and organizations to get involved with; we have three residence halls with active hall councils, and so many leadership opportunities for you to get involved in.
I challenge everyone to get connected, get involved, and stay active. Over the past three years I have been the Secretary, the Vice President, and now the President of Student Senate. I have also been an orientation leader, a Resident Assistant in North Hall, and just recently became the Student Trustee on the Board of Trustees for the Community College System of New Hampshire. I also had the opportunity to be a graduation marshal last year and give a speech on behalf of the Student Senate at graduation this past year. In high school I didn’t get involved as much as I should have, when I got to NHTI I wanted to have the best experience I could so I got involved my first week here. It has opened up so many opportunities for me. I strongly encourage everyone to get involved with at least one thing on campus while here.
NHTI has some amazing programs in which to major. I came to NHTI wanting to be a nursing major until I received a great job opportunity and switched majors. College is a time for you to investigate and understand exactly what it is that you want. I encourage you to read a little bit about each program and learn something you didn’t know before. College can be a lot of fun and a challenge at the same time. Academics are the most important part of being at NHTI. This brings me to another reason I am really excited to serve as your student body representative. One of my goals for the year is to work closely with the Learning Center to develop a mentoring program and a recognition program. The more you commit to your classes the more you will get out of NHTI when it comes to graduation.
I look forward to meeting so many new people and hearing about your experience while you are here at NHTI. Get connected! I wish you all the best in your time here at NHTI.
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