For many years people knew that if they wanted to become successful or achieve high levels of success in fields of business, politics, healthcare, etc., they needed to pursue higher education. While they were working or even before starting their career, people knew that the more classes they took and the more they learned, the greater the chances of promotion when they did embark on their career path.
That is why attending college was many were a proud step to take for many aspiring professionals. Today, as college attendance becomes more common for more Americans, it is even more important for good grades and outside school experience to show the capabilities of success for potential employers.
For Margaret Hubbell
, she was not afraid to become active while she was in school. By becoming active during her years at college, she learned valuable time management skills as well as helped to make networking connections that she could easily rely on in the future. Especially in the fields she wished to pursue such as Interior Design.
grew up in the south and she still is happy to call the south her home. She currently lives in Florida but when she was a student, she studied at a number of colleges and universities. She attended two schools in Alabama. She attended Auburn University where she studied Interior Design as well as Mathematics. Indeed, she was very active at Auburn University. In 1970, she was awarded Most Outstanding Woman at Auburn University. She also participated in Gymnastics while at Auburn University where she was a National Finalist for Free Floor Gymnastics.
While attending Auburn University and even afterward, she had been active with the university. While still in attendance, she was an Auburn University Beauty Feature; she also was a Feature Editor and Columnist for the Plainsmen Newspaper, and she was a Student Government Officer. And she sat as President of Auburn University’s Modeling Board. Margaret Hubbell
was not afraid to stay active at her university and she wasn’t afraid to take important positions as well.
If you have any questions for Margaret Hubbell about her time at Auburn University or about studying Interior Design or Mathematics then she welcomes your questions and can be reached at (863) 293-1803. Or questions can be sent to JD Advertising & Promotions, Publications, 2161 Michigan Avenue, Orlando, Florida 34744.
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