Thursday, September 15, 2011

Work Those Opportunities!

Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.

            -Thomas Edison

This is an amazing time for freelance writers. Opportunities abound! That’s the good news. The bad news (if you are a glass-half-empty kind of person) is that when an opportunity is seized one must do work before the rewards of the opportunity can be obtained.

Say for instance an opportunity has presented itself in the form of creating a newsletter for a local company. That is wonderful but there is much work involved before the final product is complete. Research, meetings, interviews, writing, formatting . . . the work list goes on. Don’t be afraid of the overalls (the work involved). Simply adjust the straps, lace up the boots and get dirty.

Don’t miss the opportunity because it looks like work. Instead, work the opportunity until it looks like an achievement.

Photo provided by Jodi Hughey. Copyright 2011.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

From small beginnings come great things . . .

From small beginnings come great things.
-American Proverb

One of my passions is reading and sharing quotes that inspire, motivate, encourage and bring a smile to any face. Another passion of mine is taking pictures that stir up warm fuzzy feelings and remind me of a time when stress was just a word in a dictionary.

I decided to begin a new series for this blog that relates writing with both of these passions. It’s a small step that will get me in the habit of writing more freely and posting more often.

From small beginnings come great things instills a sense of action; a need to begin. It is like a goal that has been planted in the mind but requires nurturing, or action, until it blossoms into something beautiful. One should never feel the burden of accomplishing a goal in one sitting no more than expecting a seed to grow to full maturity overnight. Instead the actions for meeting the goal should be completed in small doses and nurtured until it grows and becomes something great. Big things will come from these small beginnings!

Photo provided by Jodi Hughey. Copyright 2011.
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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

A Strategy for Succeeding as a Freelance Writer

"If you wait for perfect conditions,
you will never get anything done."
-Ecclesiastes 11: 4-5

So, I am catching up on my favorite blogs and an article from Make a Living Writing catches my eye. Actually, it punched me in the face. There were some harsh realizations I had to face after reading this article by Carol Tice. The title says it all and I have to shamefully admit that I am guilty of almost half the excuses in 10 Lame Excuses That Keep Freelance Writers Poor.

The same day I read Carol’s article I stumbled on a quote from Ecclesiastes 11: 4-5, “If you wait for perfect conditions, you will never get anything done.” I am also guilty of “waiting for perfect conditions” (the weather to turn cooler, a better publishing program, creating an official website, etc.) and in the meantime I am getting nowhere with writing or marketing myself as a writer.

After reading Carol’s article and Ecclesiastes 11: 4-5 I felt as if I was given the one - two punch. And I liked it! It took this knock on the head to get me thinking about how I am handling myself as a freelance writer. I will bluntly admit that I am not proud of where I am. Do I blame those who won’t hire me? How can they if they don’t know who I am and what I have to offer? Sure, I can smile when I review the clips I have collected over the past year; I then frown when I see there is only a handful. I know I can produce much more but I feel as if there is something holding me back. Do I wait for opportunity to knock at my door or do I knock down opportunity’s door?

I need to shake off the shackles that keep me from earning a living with writing. I should tape a quote from 10 Lame Excuses That Keep Freelance Writers Poor, “The real problem is inside your head.” Couldn’t have said it better, Carol! If I want to know what’s holding me back I need only to look in the mirror.

With that said, I need to take a moment and revaluate my plan to become a successful freelance writer . . . formulate a strategy. I like to think that this strategy may work for others. It’s a straight forward approach to overcoming excuses and the obsession for obtaining perfect conditions.

1.                  Start writing. It doesn’t have to be a 500 page novel. Begin with a journal of thoughts and interests and then let the creative juices flow.
2.                  Do some marketing. Start with social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. Update profile to reflect freelance writing. Create a profile on freelance writing job sites.
3.                  Continue writing. The interests that were marked down in a journal can now blossom into a series of articles for a niche website.
4.                  Do some more marketing. Take to the streets and do some in-person networking.
5.                  Keep this in mind at all times – always push for more . . . more writing . . . more marketing . . . more. Earl Nightingale, a motivational author and speaker once said, "One hour per day of study will put you at the top of your field within three years. Within five years you'll be a national authority. In seven years, you can be one of the best people in the world at what you do." Imagine what can be done if one studied two hours a day!

Remember . . . “If you wait for perfect conditions, you will never get anything done.”

Go to it, and do it!

Photo provided by Jodi Hughey. Copyright 2011.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Three Helpful Online Resources for Writers

Grammar and Punctuation Assistance

One important function as a writer is to be able to write clearly and informatively.  Another important function, probably THE most important, is to produce writing free of grammar and punctuation errors.

There are moments when I am working on an article, or any form of writing for that matter, and things are going well. The words seem to just flow from my head to my fingers, and then WHAM! I find myself stumped with a grammar issue. My weakness is numbers – should you spell numbers one though nine and write numbers from 10 on up?  

It is during these moments that I turn to the almighty power of the Internet to search for help. I found a wonderful website that not only explains how to write numbers, but covers a whole plethora of information relating to grammar and punctuation; another element that stumps me – don’t get me started on commas! Commas are my gremlins – they always pop up when I don’t need them, and they hide when I do. Anyway, I digress. I introduce you to, by Jane Straus. It is well worth taking a look if you are like me and get stumped on a few English rules.

What I was most impressed with at is the option to subscribe to a free eNewsletter that is loaded with tips and links. The site also offers quizzes for brushing up on grammar and punctuation, or refreshing the brain on the rules of English.  

The site is a must have resource!

The Public Library

What is always there when you need it, but often overlooked? The public library! Libraries have come a long way since the days of card catalogs.  Services are now offered through the Internet allowing cardholders the ability to search and reserve books, all in the comfort of home.

Don’t feel like making a trip to the library to see if they have the book you want? Not a problem! Simply visit your public library’s website and follow the directions for obtaining a pin. A library card number will be needed. Once logged in the ability to scan available titles and reserve books is as easy as clicking a few buttons. This is a great resource for any writer.

Refresher Typing Course

Typing was something I couldn’t quite master in school. To this day I still have difficulty locating keys. I know! A writer who has trouble typing?! I was so frustrated with myself that I decided to do some research to see if there were any helpful resources on the Internet. I found an AMAZING site;

After a few moments on this easy to navigate site I quickly learned I was making typing way more difficult than it had to be. offers simple explanations such as finger placement on keys . . . I never realized the ‘F’ and ‘J’ keys have bumps on them. This sure does make it easier when locating the right keys! After I figured where to put my fingers I am a lot more comfortable typing. I can finally manage to hit the right keys – and do it quickly!

Another aspect about this site that I like is the exercises after each lesson. It’s almost like playing a game. I was constantly trying to beat my best! Before I knew it I was typing with ease and grace. is a super site to have as a resource. 

Photo provided by Jodi Hughey. Copyright 2011.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

What is a Content Mill?

According to, content mill or writer’s mill is defined as:

“. . . a slang term used by freelance writers and given to a company, website or organization designed to provide cheap website content, usually at a significant profit to themselves, and usually by paying very low rates to writers.”

I find this definition to be harsh. My first paid writing assignment came from a content mill. I worked hard on that assignment! To read “provide cheap website content” is an insult.

I found another definition in a post at which claims that:

A content mill is a site that publishes cheap content. The content is either user-contributed, paid, or a mix of the two. The term content mill is obviously pejorative; the implication being that the content is only published to pump content into search engines, and is typically of low value in terms of quality.”

There is that “cheap content” phrase again. To me, the meaning of content mill is much more than writing content for sites that pay a pittance to writers and who want to rank high on search engine results. I know I try my best to write quality content. It is my goal to educate, stimulate and be as accurate as I can in my writing. But I digress . . .

To define what a content mill is requires a look outside the box. Content mills provide a learning advantage. When I decided to write for the Internet I wasn’t sure how to do it. I had no idea what SEO was or how to do adequate research on the Internet. I learned the value of SEO writing and researching with keywords by writing for a content mill.

Writing for a content mill has expanded my knowledge. Assignments provided through a content mill cover a wide range of subjects. I have done research in areas I never new existed. I have written articles about hair, gardening, business and more. Each article I write I learn something new and I can use this knowledge for future writing.

I would also have to define a content mill as fuel for writing experience. A content mill is like gas for my brain that motivates me to write. Not only have I become more involved with writing but I have become more experienced with different formats and guidelines for articles. In essence, the more I write for a content mill the more writing experience I gain.

Would I recommend a living by solely writing for a content mill? No. But I would recommend giving them a chance. There is a lot to gain: learning advantage, expanding knowledge, writing experience.

Check out this list to see if any of these content mills can benefit you.

How do you define what a content mill is?  Have you had experience working with a content mill that you would like to share? 

Photo provided by Jodi Hughey. Copyright 2011.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Job Opportunities for Freelance Writers

I started following Freelance Writer Road since June 2010. I have found this site to be extremely effective in providing me with inspiration and helpful information. I stumbled on the site while researching sample resumes. I not only found a fabulous sample, but I also found a list encompassing over 125 job opportunities for freelance writers!

The site is full of articles that discuss the journey of freelance writer, Janis Bennett. From being hired to being fired, Janis shares her experiences with honesty and humor. In addition to sharing her expertise she has provided a List of Companies that Hire Freelance Writers. This page alone is priceless! Janis did the leg work of locating sites that pay and listing them on a page with a link to each site. All I had to do was click and read! If I was interested in the company I would apply, if not, I moved on to the next one.   

Happy Research (now made easy)!

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Job Sites for Freelance Writers

Deciding to become a freelance writer is the easy part. The challenge is finding writing jobs. The Internet is a fantastic resource for finding jobs and there are several online sites that offer a list of jobs specifically for freelance writers. In my efforts to find work I have stumbled across a few sites that have been extremely beneficial to me. I offer this list to you with the hope that you, too, will find something of interest.

This site is simple to navigate and gets right to the point by offering over 45 job categories for freelance writers. Click on copywriting, blogging or any job category and POOF you are taken to a page containing ads that could eventually lead you to a great writing gig.

This site offers a straightforward approach. As soon as the page loads you are greeted with an assortment of job ads. The site features a tool that lets you choose your own job category so you don’t have to search every listing, only those that are appealing to your area of writing.

One of the nice features of this site is that you can pin-point the area in which you would like to find work. You have the capability to search for writing gigs in your own state and county or search abroad.

Searching for a blogging gig? This site is for you! A list of opportunities for bloggers is updated daily. The opportunities await you.

This site not only offers a list of writing gigs but also offers helpful articles that cover a wide range of freelance writing topics. Consider this site a two-for-one in that you receive job leads plus an education that will help to increase your writing and earning potential.

This site will require some time to sort through the information but it is well worth your effort. In addition to job listings for writers the site offers special tools to enhance your chances of landing a writing gig. Check it out to see if it is something you can use.

Photo provided by Jodi Hughey. Copyright 2011.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Feature Blog: Get Paid to Write Online

I am ashamed to admit that it has been some time since my last post. I would like to make it up to you by featuring a link to a fantastic blog: Get Paid to Write Online.

I have been following this amazing blog, hosted by Sharon Hurley Hall, for the past six months and have found the site to be both inspirational and informative! Sharon has such a down-to-earth approach to explaining the pitfalls and privileges of being a freelance writer. She includes witty posts like Writing Business Lessons from the Guttering Guy; a unique perspective on how to get continued writing gigs, and Doing Writing Gigs for Fun; this one led me to another possible job opportunity.

I appreciate Sharon’s hard work at researching and writing on topics that appeal to the fledgling freelance writer, like me. I have come to rely on her for helpful advice, positive insights and links to writing opportunities.

I hope you find this site as valuable as I have!

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

The Experiment with Suite101 and Y!CN

Well, it has been a few weeks since I embarked on the experiment with Suite101 and Yahoo! Contributing Network. The idea was to submit an article to each site and compare the publication process. This is what I have to report so far:

I did like I planned. On the same day I submitted an article to Suite101 and one to Y!CN. I was greatly surprised to hear that my article was approved and published on Suite101 THE VERY SAME DAY! Not only was I surprised but I was ecstatic! Elated! Proud! I proved to myself that I could do it, I could finally say, “Yes! Jodi, you are a writer!

When I received the news of my article being published on Suite101 I immediately went into the site to check it out. I then posted it to my Facebook page and on a forum that I recently joined. To date I have made 1 cent and have had 65 page views! Although those may not seem like astounding numbers they are priceless to me. I have to remember that my work has just begun and one penny will lead to another.

Seven days later the article I submitted to Y!CN was also approved and published. Once again I was elated! To date I have had 3 page views and made 0 cents at Y!CN. At this point I do not care. I am just happy to have gotten an article published on another site.

The next step for me is to promote my published writing. I want to try and generate more page views to make more money. In the email from Y!CN regarding my article being approved there was a link that listed tips for promoting articles. I am going to have to take the time to review and implement the ideas. What I learn there will help me elsewhere as well.

With the publication process determined - Suite101 is faster – and the numbers are in – Suite101 is higher - I have come to the conclusion that I will submit non-fiction articles to Sutie101 (I tend to write more non-fiction) and save my short stories for Y!CN (a side hobby).
Links to the articles:

Five Easy Tips for Saving Money

Writing for Money: Five Basic Steps to Get Started

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Happy Ground Hog Day!

As Punxsutawney Phil emerges from his bedroom to tell us if there will be six more weeks of winter left I have been busy writing articles for Demand Media Studios and researching information for upcoming blog posts. I want to offer a quick glimpse of what is to come – it is my intention to supply helpful advice and useful information for those who are traveling down the same road I am - the road to writing for money.

Feature Blogs
I spend a lot of time reading what other writer’s have to say on the subject of writing for money. I will be highlighting the blogs that I read. My intention is to introduce you to a wider world of knowledge when it comes to freelance writing. Each blog featured will be certain to aid in your progress. Consider them a rest area where you can relax and learn new things while you drive down the road to making money as a freelance writer.

Forum or not to Forum

Forums can be an intimidating place for those of us who tend to stay in our shells; hiding ourselves from the outside world. I will explain forums and how they can be useful for generating more job leads, making friends and keeping you motivated. I will also include information on how to get involved in a forum that is right for you.

Content mills

Here, I will discuss what content mills are and the different mills available to writers. In addition, I will offer an explanation of each content mill and provide information regarding the benefits for writers.

My Success

As always, I will keep you up-to-date on my progress with writing for money. I will explain what I do and how I go about developing articles and generating ideas.

There is much more information on the way! This is an exciting time for freelance writers. Stick with me and together we will drive on the open road to writing for money!

Monday, January 17, 2011

Suite101 vs. Yahoo! Contributor Network: The Experiment

I recently found myself faced with a difficult question and no real answer at hand. After a little brainstorming with myself I came up with an idea for an experiment.

Since being approved to write for Suite101 I have been busy reading the guidelines and searching through articles about – none other than – writing for money. I find it interesting and a learning experience to read what other people are saying about freelance writing. I also find it inspirational and motivating, but I digress . . .

I have been working on an article that I plan to submit to Yahoo! Contributor Network. In the midst of researching Suite101 and writing an article for Y!CN a thought occurred to me. Why couldn’t I republish the same, or similar, article on Suite101 AND Y!CN? I was interested in learning whether or not I could get more visibility for my articles and make more money if I publish it on both sites.

An important item I learned while researching Suite101 was that they carry full rights to my articles for one year. After one year I can republish my articles on other sites. This is very important to know! It means that if I publish an article on Suite101 I cannot publish the same article anywhere until a year has passed.

This leads me to the difficult question. Where can I make the most money? Suite101? or Y!CN?

When I look at the payment options between Suite101 and Y!CN I learned that Y!CN pays upfront and performance payments for pieces that have not been published. They pay performance payments for pieces that have been published. Let’s say I have an article that I have yet to publish. By submitting it to Y!CN I have a better chance at making a little upfront money PLUS performance payments. I have yet to publish anything so I cannot say what the upfront or performance payments are.

How can I make money with Suite101? I can make money through advertising. How much depends on traffic and interest in the advertisements on the page where my article is.

After careful thought and consideration I have come up with an experiment. I will send an article to Y!CN and one to Suite101 on the same day. The idea is to compare the editing process and time frame for publication – that is if the articles are approved. I can also see which site offers the most earning potential.

Wish me luck! I will keep you posted.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

I have been approved to write for Suite101!

After a great deal of hesitation and a push from all the ads I have seen on the Web, I decided to apply to Suite101. It always makes me nervous when I have to submit an application and provide background information on myself and samples of my writing. BUT! I overcame my fear, applied and was approved! I can hardly wait to submit my first article . . . I just need to some research on the site to get a feel of the atmosphere and check out the tutorials.

I will keep you posted on what I learn and what I earn!

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Writing for Money: How I Started

After graduating college with an English degree in May of 2010, I decided to go into the executive administrative field. I considered writing for money, but was somewhat intimidated by the idea. I already had experience in the administrative field. I was once a secretary for a busy real estate office and then became a volunteer coordinator for a non-profit organization. I figured with my experience and degree I would land a job in no time. After a month of sending resumes, searching the Internet and making cold calls I became discouraged when no one returned my calls or responded to my resumes. It seemed that nobody was hiring. I reconsidered writing for money. It was something I had always wanted to do. I enjoyed writing and wanted the flexibility to work at home. So, I decided to give it a try and see if I could make money as a writer.

I soon realized that deciding to write for money and actually making money as a writer are two different monsters. I discovered that I needed determination, patience, perseverance, and more importantly knowledge on how to begin!

Words from one of my English professor’s still resonate in my head, “The Internet, Jodi. That’s how you will make money.” He said this to me after I quizzed him about making money as a writer. Since I had considered the thought before school ended and I had no luck with landing a job I was pretty much forced to finally make up my mind and find a way to make money as a writer. I had the time - for I was jobless. I had the ambition - I just graduated college with a bachelor’s degree – yippee! And I had an Internet connection. Then I hit a bump on the road. I wasn’t even out of the garage – so to speak – before stalling the car. I became paralyzed by fear when I realized I had no idea what I was doing. How was I going to make money by writing . . . on the Internet?

It has been several months (a smidge over six) since my car – so to speak – stalled. I got the engine going again and have pulled out of my driveway and am traveling down my road to writing for money.

I will show you how I started . . .

I began to research

When I say, “I had no idea how to start making money as a writer,” I am being completely honest. BUT! Thank goodness for search engines like Google and Yahoo. One day, after stalling (or procrastinating) I sat down and typed in a few keywords and received instant hits. That was how I got my drive going, again.

Keywords I used:       

Writing for money online
Writing for money on the Internet
Freelance writing jobs

With all of the hits I had I became a researching maniac! It was like a whole new world opened up for me. I began to see that there were many ways to make money as a writer! I was browsing sites that offered a list of jobs for writers and I was scanning sites that paid writers upfront or through residual income. I would spend days looking at these sites. Before long I became overwhelmed with all of the information and found myself stalling again. I needed to arrange the vast information into something more Jodi friendly. 

I organized myself

At first, I would print everything from the site of interest and place the information in a notebook for easy access, but I found that I used a lot of paper and ink. So, I started to bookmark sites that were most useful to me.

I had a large journal with nothing in it and decided to use it for notes and ides. This journal has become priceless to me! When an idea strikes me I write it in my journal. I consider my journal a mess that only I can understand! I have notes scattered throughout along with web addresses and job leads.

With all of my research and ideas in a tidy area, be that on my computer or in my journal, I am able to research more efficiently and focus on making money as a writer - which leads me to the next item . . .

I applied for writing jobs

By doing research and organizing the information I was ready to apply for writing jobs. One of the sites that caught my attention was Demand Media Studios. DMS offers upfront payments for articles, and writers can choose from a list of assignments. Before I could do anything with DMS I had to submit an application, resume and two writing samples. I had nothing published at the time. After a few frantic moments I decided to send an article from a newsletter that I developed in college and a donation letter I had drafted for a local non-profit organization. I was excited when DMS approved my application!

In addition to applying to DMS I began to apply to want-ads for writers. One of the sites offering a wide range of help-wanted ads for writes is Online Writing I have found this site to be invaluable in my research for writing work.

Something I noticed as I was scanning application forms and want-ads was that many sites and companies want writing samples or links to a Blog. I came up with writing samples, but a Blog I did not have. So, my next destination . . .

I began a Blog

I was hesitant to begin a Blog. When I first started to toss the notion around I was coming up with ideas that covered parenting styles, environmental issues, and writing. I felt as if I was experiencing an instance where I am offered three wishes and my mind just goes blank. I can have ANYTHING I want, but I freeze. I really had no idea what to write about, and yet I was filled with ideas.

I came up with the initiative to Blog about how I make money as a writer. It is my desire to assist others and at the same time it will give me experience and samples of my writing. I am still learning the Blog process and am finding that there are ways to make money with it, and I am all about making money!

I still spend a lot of time researching and my journal is growing with ideas. I apply myself daily to sites that offer work to writers and continue to work on articles for my Blog. I am a busy girl and my time is precious and I make certain to  . . .

Schedule my time effectively (or at least I try to)

It is easy for me to get off track. I can stare out the window and ponder my writing dreams, but that doesn’t help to pay the bills. I can jump at the beckon call of family members and friends, but that doesn’t get my work done. It took me a while to formulate a schedule that works – truth be known, I am still perfecting it.

I typically begin my day by checking my email. I then scan assignments on Demand Media Studios. I search for jobs on sites like Online Writing then begin, or complete assignments from the previous day. I spend a few hours brainstorming with myself on ideas for upcoming articles. Basically, my days are made up of writing, researching and planning projects.

The information above is by no means a complete car-care kit – so to speak – but it did guarantee my start at making money as a writer! I have come to understand that the process is going to be a long one – but the benefits are going to be worth it! I just need to keep driving . . .

Sites of Interest:

Photo provided by Jodi Hughey. Copyright 2011.

Monday, January 3, 2011

My Not-so-Formal Three-Minute Writing Resume

In the beginning . . .

I started in the writing field before I hit kindergarden. I started with creating books out of construction paper and glue. I would draw pictures and scribble marks that in my young eyes were actually words. I would then glue the pages together to bind the book. In grade school I started my first book . . . a romance . . . and a terrible one at that! In junior high I started on my second book about a teenage girl looking for love. That book went nowhere. I dabbled in song writing, too. When I hit high school I was sending queries to magazines with the hopes of publishing my first article. I had a story accepted by Highlights for Children on the condition I made a few revisions. I was ecstatic! I was on my way to becoming a writer and I hadn’t even graduated high school yet!

Shortly after graduation I started as a contributor for a local newspaper. My job was to write articles that covered school activities and events. It wasn’t long before I had established relationships with many schools in the area and soon I was being called by principles and teachers with article ideas. It was a great time, but it didn’t last long. The editor committed suicide and the paper folded, as did my job. I was too young to take what I had learned and utilize the relationships I had started to begin a paper of my own. The idea never struck me, but . . .

I purchased a book about self-publishing and it didn’t take me long to create a book, obtain an ISBN number and start a marketing campaign. I was young and knew enough to get by, but not actually succeed . . .

In the middle . . .

In my late 20’s I began working for a rape crisis center. I created brochures and newsletters. I also assisted with grant writing and wrote letters requesting donations; from money to materials. One of my greatest accomplishments for the organization was creating a training manual for volunteers. I was responsible for doing the research, writing, and formatting the information in an easy to follow guide.

Recently . . .

I have a Bachelor’s degree in English, a few publishing credentials, a Blog and a sense of humor.

While attending college I was part of the English Club and editor for the campus literary publication for three semesters. I worked as a writing tutor and assistant to the coordinator of the Service-Learning Program. For the Program I created a brochure and two newsletters.

After graduating in May, 2010 I had an idea I wanted to be a freelance writer. I hesitated on embarking on a freelance journey. Instead I opted for the traditional route: working for someone else. I sent out at least a hundred resumes and received no bites. I explored the Internet for writing jobs and stumbled on an ad seeking writers. I applied to be a writer and was approved!

Currently . . .

I offer copywriting, web content writing, proofreading and editing services.

Obviously, I have left out a few items. I just wanted to provide an idea of my merits and a sense of where I have been.

If I had to give an objective to what I want, or a reason behind my madness, I would have to say that I have a desire to communicate with words and be the mouth for those who cannot speak, or cannot speak well. For me, writing is everything. It has always been with me and it has never let go. I will take what I have learned and use it to the full extent.

If you would like to get an idea of what I have written I have included a few links to my publications . . .

Service-Learning Program Brochure

Exceptional Service + Exceptional People = PAL Mission

Benefits of Joining Campus Clubs and Organizations

Photo provided by Jodi Hughey. Copyright 2011.