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My second year of RA training so far has been so chill as a returner, but also stress because I haven’t moved into my space yet.
I can’t express how excited I am for my community.
I also just found out that My staff of 6 and I will be receiving salaries equal to that of an HRA, which is double that of any other RA on campus. So woop for that. Of course it’s proportional though, because we are the first of our kind and there is so much work and so many expectations laying on our shoulders.
Tomorrow we finally have the first social justice session of training, always my favorite portions!
I really hope I get freshmen! I really hope I can do this position justice! I will do this position justice.
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My junior year and second year as an RA at Mason has arrived. Out of fifty people that were interviewed, I was one of the four accepting a position as an RA for the Global Crossings LLC this year. Previously the young Mason Inn, the hotel is being changed into a residence hall, and I will be living there for free.
Just found out that the room I will be moving into this Saturday not only gives me ceiling to floor windows, a private bathroom and tub, but also a queen size bed.
(Photo containing a king)(which means even more space for me)(idk who am)(i don’t deserve this)
Bless this job.
I am so grateful to have been born into the foreign service.
I cant wait to meet my new residents.
I can’t wait to build a community.
My hard work has really payed off.
P.S. EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO COME VISIT ME BTW.
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