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Cult of TJ inquiry

Who is going to TJHSS&T tomorrow for the annual invasion?

Note that it says "young" alumni. I wonder where they think the cutoff is.

Happy New Year from the TJHSST Alumni Association!
Here's some news and information... please update your calendars!

Announcements:
Alumni Reception -- Friday
December 22nd
Please join us forour annual young alumni reception at the school this Friday, December 22nd from 2-4 PM in the College/Career center. Come back and visit your old teachers,technology lab,locker, etc...Snacks will be served.

Tremendous Alumni Response to Survey
Thanks for your input on the survey regarding TJ's mission and future direction. More than 600 alumni responded, by far the largest response rate among all constituencies. TJ principal Dr. Evan Glazer is working now to collate responses and summarize conclusions. Look out for an update e-mail sharing results in the near future. If you have not had a chance to complete the survey, click here:

http://www.tjhsst.edu/taskforce/survey2/

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TJ Career Center Speaker Series -- Volunteers Needed!
Come back to the school and speak to students about your college experience and your career.We're partnering with the TJ Career Center to help current TJ students make smart career choices early.Please e-mail Rachana Bhide from the Class of 1997 if you are interested in volunteering to speak or interested in serving as a career mentor to current TJ students. More details will be provided to those who respond.

Get Involved in the TJ Alumni Association
The Alumni Association is always looking for volunteers to help. Your involvement and time commitment can be as little or as much as you like, anything from planning a small regional event or helping with the website to becoming a Board member. Elections to the Board will take place in March. Please e-mail Jay Briar for more information.


Also, there is a ROTC luncheon tomorrow for interested students. A senior in Johns Hopkins ROTC will be presenting.


Totally off the topic of the reception tomorrow - the next school dance has an interesting theme - "Rob the Cradle"
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