The chapter continues to provide programs and services that advance the careers of African Americans in the IT industry from 'classroom to boardroom'. If you will allow me to boast for a moment.
Prepared by Juan R. Franco Chapter Reports Nebraska: The business meeting was conducted by President Velda Hughes. Frances Hendrickson and Twila Gerdes gave an entertaining and informative talk on their four-week summer visit in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
They showed slides and transparencies as they spoke of their many adventures in staying with a family, attending classes, and going on various excursions. Marie Trayer called for volunteers to work on writing foreign language standards for the state of Nebraska.
Trayer is project coordinator for a grant from the Nebraska Department of Education to write and implement standards and frameworks for the state.
The chapter received greetings from Connie Magilton, who will begin her term as President at the next meeting. Approximately students took the National Spanish Examination in 18 schools in Nebraska this past spring.
The spring meeting was not held as usual this year. El cinco de Mayo was the decorative and social theme. Ted McVay opened the meeting, and the minutes of the Fall Meeting were read and approved, as was the Treasurer's Report. The Collaborative will offer a workshop for foreign language teachers on August 4, Their emphasis will be on oral proficiency.
McVay reported that Sigma Delta Pi is accepting donations from members for a scholarship fund. Old business included the adoption of the bylaws presented to the members at the Fall Meeting.
The new officers, elected by acclamation, are: The chapter thanks the previous officers for their dedication and hard work. McSpadden emphasized the difference between the two: She explained that her career allows her to be home-based, and communication with prospective employers occurs through the use of a PC, a modem, and a fax machine.
She stated that her career is enjoyable and lucrative. The meeting was closed, and a social followed.
Chapter President Elias Rodriguez called the meeting to order and outlined the program for the day. Several examples of each led to a lively exchange with members of the audience.
Members were treated to a guided tour of the Educational Services and Resource Center located at the museum and received information on programs available to individuals and to classes, along with written materials. The second part of the tour included the museum's recent exhibit of pre-columbian artifacts and displays.
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After a short break, the meeting reconvened in the auditorium, where Dr. Franco, national chapter coordinator, encouraged those present to apply for one of the regional grants being offered by AATSP for those who have not previously attended a national convention. He also announced that the national convention in would be held in Orlando and the following meeting in Nashville in the fall of Next, awards for service to the chapter were presented to Dr.
Phillip Johnson, both of Baylor University, for 16 years as editor of the newsletter and secretary-treasurer of the chapter respectively. The chapter recognized Juan Franco for his long years of activity in and service to the chapter in many different capacities, and Mercedes Hotz for her service as president of the chapter during There were students participating at 20 different testing centers, representing 78 teachers and over 40 different schools.
The chapter had 17 students receive first-place honors in the various categories.
Many improvements were noted this time with the administration of the examination, due in large part to the good efforts of the national office. Phillip Johnson gave the annual report of the chapter secretary.
The minutes of last year's meeting and the financial report were reviewed. The chapter has an increase of three members this year over last year's paid membership of The attendance of 54 members this year is an increase of ten from last year.
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