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Mac User Stereotypes Redefined

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Anne

Holden, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Three years ago, I met a second year student from North High School at a Sister-to-Sister Conference. I was listening to a group of girls describe issues that they were stuggling with. Afterwards, a 15 year old girl approached me to state that she was having a difficult time in her math class and was concerned about passing the mathematics portion of the MCAS that following spring. It was a serindipidous moment. I saw a spark in this young woman and knew she would be successful. We met weekly for 7 months, and she not only passed the MCAS, but got As and Bs in her math class. I continue to meet monthly with this remarkable young woman, who has faced many personal hardships. Being her mentor has enriched my life in many ways.

Cady

Cork
Ireland
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
With the help of a friend I started a Habitat for Humanity group at my college.
Why are you participating?: 

I think it is a very innovative way of showing the pointlessness of stereotyping when there is good in people and feel fortunate that I was able to take part in it.

Laura

Hubbardston, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I once bought a homeless man in Las Vegas a meal, talked with him while he ate it, and gave him ten bucks as I left.
Why are you participating?: 

With so much focus in the media on negativity, I'm happy to see a project that focuses on the positive.

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