My number one goal as a Senator is to get more students interested in going into the Education Program. For the Fall Semester there are only 80 students enrolled in the teaching program. To accomplish my goal, I need to give my input to the Dean and others involved in what students are required to take to graduate with their teaching degree. The classes which are required should focus on improving the future teacher and the students in the teaching field should feel that the classes are helping them to prepare to be a teacher. I also want to be the voice for students pursuing a career in the Education field. I have been involved in WSUSA’s service team being the President of Habitat for Humanity. I love Serving, and I love Weber State University.
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