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Above: Using the GIS computer, sophomores Andy Bane and
Ryan Bolden pursue the vocation of their choice. photo by Robin
GIS computer gives
helpful career advice
by Mark Olson
The GIS computer, which stands for Guidance Information System, pro-
vides a vast collection of career and college information and was used mainly by
There was an optional sign up sheet where students were called to the
counseling center where they can use the computer. The TAIS were also taught
to use the computer, and they were a big help.
The GIS computer is very easy to use, a student could come in to the
counseling center and sign up. Then the student was called in to use the GIS. It
is very small and processes the information quickly. The information is printed
out. One copy goes to the student while another copy is mailed home to the
"It is very up-to-date, and contains the latest and most valid information on
many jobs. I think that it is a unique and helpful instrument and it is a shame
that more students don't use it." said Lowie Hussy, Career Coordinator.
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'Right Hand Man' for AV lab
also interested in computer Work
by Timme Tully
Shawn Davis' experience as a second year AV student has earned him the title of
"Right Hand Man" in the AV department. As a fourth hour AV, TA, he runs
video equipment, does videotaping and takes care of the A.V. department
during the first. He runs the student and teacher window for audio-visual
He is also interested in computers. This computer wiz takes his interest
seriously when it comes to making games or trying to sell a product. He likes
taking the fun side when playing new games. "It's like the computer is the body
and you are the brain, you need patience." Some other interests he has are cars,
sports, and girls fhowever, not necessarily in that orderj.
Shawn works with telecommunications, talking to other computers in Phoe-
nix and Mesa. In the future, he would like to start his own company and design
computers. "I like working with them because I have a knack for it. They're
interesting because there are no limits to the possiblities they can do," said
Showing off his technical skills is Shawn Davis, sophomore preparing a video at the request shelf in
the AudiofVisual department in the Media Center. Photo by Mark Haladyna.
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