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Visit the COVID-19 dashboard to follow the virus presence on Texas A&M University campuses and the number of reported cases.
2020 has been a tough year, but as always, the Aggie spirit will persevere!
Strive to remain self-aware of how you interact with others and try to see other’s perspectives.
Take time to give back lessons you’ve learned and grow your leadership skills in the process.
With all that’s going on in our world, focus on diminishing negativity, not adding to it.
Communication is necessary for healing and maintaining relationships with roommates, family, friends and significant others. Take time for yourself, let your brain rest regularly and try not to stay on social media too long.
Make opportunities for yourself, whether that’s a non-engineering position to grow in a different way or networking to virtually shadow someone at your dream company.
You will get off track and make mistakes, but what’s important is making your own path to where you want to end up, and there are MANY ways to get there.
Homeless, food and pet shelters are constantly in need, so grab your personal protection equipment and get out there.
If you want to set yourself apart from other engineers, focus on a unique hobby outside of engineering.
Think bigger than ever, set reachable goals for yourself and make a list of things you want to accomplish or do once quarantine is over.
One pint of blood saves three lives, plus many donation centers will test your donation for COVID-19 antibodies to see if you’ve ever had the virus.
Nine selfless acts a week will undoubtedly boost your spirits and those of the people you help; it’s the act of building each other up that will get us through this global pandemic.