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Men Achieving eXcellence (MAX) Tarpon Springs

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By Eric Clark

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Featured are two pictures during a MAX Meeting on the Tarpon Springs Campus. In the photo to the left is Professor and MAX Advisor Randy Lightfoot, Peer Advisor and President Eric Clark (turquoise), and Vice President Corey MacDonald (grey). The picture to the right shows MAX listening to Career Service Specialist Bethany Greenley speak to the group about resume improvement. From the beginning of the semester, they have been establishing MAX Club as energetic and community-oriented.

“Together, each of us brings something to the table to help our campus and community. You won’t find harder working students in one place anywhere else other than in a MAX meeting. We support each other academically, mentor each other to cope with personal problems, and remind each other to have fun throughout the semester.”

MAX Club’s mission statement reads as followed: “Students willing to inspire and impact lives in a positive manner through encouragement and group devotion.” Get involved today with MAX at your SPC campus if you wish to join the impact.

Interested in joining MAX on the Tarpon Springs Campus?
MAX Tarpon meets Mondays at 12:30PM in the Career and Transfer Hub.
Facebook.com/groups/maxclubtarpon or
Email at: MaxTarpon@gmail.com

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