Re: Certification

Subject: Re: Certification
From: Grant Hogarth <GRANT -at- ONYXGFX -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 3 Jan 1996 11:14:41 -0700

Judith--
So far, I've not seen anyone say that you *have* to have a degree to
get certified. I think that there might well be an "in lieu of" loophole
that would let people such as yourself pass through (or over, or whatever :-)
).

This whole discussion is also about something that will not likely
occur for at least 3y, and probably won't achieve any major status
for another 5-10y beyond that.
(Yes, I'm guessing...anybody want to start a betting pool?) <grin>

Grant

--- in reply to: ---

> Date: Wed, 3 Jan 96 10:37:42 -0700 (MST)
> From: Judith Blackbourn <JudiStaal -at- MSN -dot- COM>
> Subject: Certification

> For many of you, this discussion seems to be theoretical; I'm taking
> it personally.

> Here's my worry -- I don't have a college degree. So even though the
> local STC chapter has awarded me a Best of Show the last two years,
> I wouldn't be qualified for a certificate!

> Guess when the certification standards are in place, I wouldn't be
> able to enter my work in the competition anyway.

> Guess it's time to start thinking about another career!

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Grant Hogarth, Information Developer
Onyx Graphics Corp. Midvale, UT
www.onyxgfx.com ftp.onyxgfx.com
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"Men are not prisoners of fate,
but only prisoners of their own minds."
-Franklin Delano Roosevelt


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