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Students Corner

It’s about serving Christ!

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving.” Colossians 3:23-24

At Michuki Technical , we know that it is God who we are serving; therefore, we assist Liberty men and women in realizing their God-given potential through exploring and developing academic and career plans that are rooted in their faith and values. Whether you are just beginning your academic journey or are a seasoned professional with years of experience, we have resources that will assist you in reaching your goals. Our career counselors and employer relations professionals are dedicated to serving the Lord by serving you.

 Services

  1. Connect you with a network of employers, students, and alumni
  2. Help you develop your academic and career goals through assessments, research, and workshops
  3. Assist you in marketing and delivering your identity and experience through resume and interview reviews

 Things to Remember as an MTTI  Student

 Establish Some Rules at the Beginning.

Make your preferences known from the start so you and your roommate are clear on what to do to avoid conflict. Establish what space is whose, when you need quiet time to study, if you can share shampoo, what time you go to bed, if you like to sleep in on weekends and who’s allowed to eat what.  Make it a fun introductory exercise and hang your contract somewhere in your room as a reminder. This way, if you do find yourselves disagreeing, you have something to help negotiate a solution that works for both of you.

 Have Good Communication.

Practicing direct communication will help you in good times and bad. Dorm rooms are close quarters, so even if you get along with your roommate, there is bound to be a conflict or two. Handle such conflicts with open communication. If you get upset or frustrated, communicate it to your roommate right away. You can’t expect him or her to be a mind reader. Be respectful with your tone and choose your words carefully. You’ll find such communication gets better reception and ultimately a better response than if you just attack or criticize. Good communication also comes into play during everyday interactions. Try to engage your roommate. Ask how his or her day was or congratulate him or her on that good essay score. A little praise and interest can go a long way. Also, feel free to share this article so your roommate understands where you are coming from.

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