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VOF Week 4: Reminder Your Assignment is Due Tomorrow

Dear Beloved Applicants,

Warm greetings! Don't forget that your last assignment is due tomorrow, Tuesday, April 14th at 11:59 Honolulu Standard Time. Just in case you missed it, this week's assignment gives you 700 words to write about:

* Your personal vision for your life, your community and/or the world.
* How being a Correspondent will help you achieve this vision.
* Why you want to be a Correspondent for World Pulse.

We wait in anticipation to dive in and read your final assignments!

With love,
Jennifer and the World Pulse Team

PS: To view your fourth assignment and learning material, please click here:
http://www.worldpulse.com/node/9117

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Danielle Prince's picture

The mega mistake.

I am sick to my stomach. I don't know what happened, but I completely spaced out about turning the 4th week's assignment in on TUESDAY by 11:59pm, not Wednesday. I just worked so hard on this last submission and now to realize that it's probably too late is just crushing.

Could someone confirm that I've just eliminated myself from the VOF challenge, or, hope against hope, inform me that my submission might still be valid?

I'm off banging my head against the desk.

Dan

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” Maya Angelou

Danielle Prince's picture

Thank you!

Hi Jennifer,

Thank you very much for your message letting me know that I did not disqualify myself because of a late post. I'm relieved!

I truly hope you're feeling better from being sick.

Thank you again for your reply.

In Gratitude,
Dan

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” Maya Angelou

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