Re: learning to write

Subject: Re: learning to write
From: "Jessica Lourey" <jessical -at- alx -dot- tec -dot- mn -dot- us>
To: <jmaechtlen -at- amada -dot- com>, <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2000 12:15:22 -0600

As a college instructor, this talk of degree vs. non degree befuddles me. Doesn't everyone know you don't need a degree to do anything--doctor, lawyer, technical writer, etc.? A degree just facilitates a process that could be completed by *anyone* on his/her own with the time and motivation.

A degree plan is a neat package and sells better to potential employers, but don't be fooled by the man behind the curtain.

Jessica Lourey
General Education Department
Alexandria Technical College

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