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FRADEWIND 1 VOL. 4, NO. 22 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF PROVO MAY 3, 1976 Student Bill Reese and Blake Buhler walked to a convincing victory in UTC's presidential and vice-contests Friday. Reese and Buhler took the contest from Jim Green and running mate, Sharon Mayo, with a total of 360 votes to the losing couple's 169. UTC studentbody officers recorded a total vote cast of 560 students, almost 25.5 per cent of the total school enrollment In other contests, margins were slimmer with one race being determined by a slim margin of Psyche Technicians Program To Help People So you want to help people do you? You feelyouhavea "knack for it? Maybe your friends come to you often for advice? Maybe you feel that because of what you've been through, maybe you can empathize, with and help with others? Well, maybe you could and should. But consider these things first. 1 - Where's your head at? If you haven't solved yourownpro-blems, or at least acknowledged them, there's no way you'll be able to help others. The world is full of helping people who use others to make themselves feel good. 2 - Can you listen to someone without letting what you want to say get in the way? Listening is more than just a "Yes, I understand." 3 - Are you really shy inside but covering it up with a lot of talk? Are you afraid of people? ?:.t J --' HELEN ASIITUN, chairman of the Office Education Department and business teacher at UTCP. Officers Selected only 25 votes. Monica Lee squeaked by Lloyd Steele for the office of cultural vice president, recording 276 votes to Steele's 251. For the office of social vice president, Debi Madsen, the winner, recorded 322 votes, to her opponent's, Lorri Cottrell, 205. In another close contest, Luckie Gordon gathered 285 votes to defeat Carrie Lynn Glover's 246 for the post of special events vice president 4 - Are you mellow emotionally or do you want to get in this field to control others, win friends, etc.? Do you need to be a savior? 5 - Can you handle frustrations and failures? 6 - Can you take criticism and grow from it? 7 - Are you willing to subject yourself to honest self-appraisal. Do you often feel superior or inferior? The people you will work with, who are mentally ill, will know if you have a weakness and will use it against you unless you can be honest. However, dont expect to be on top of the world 100 of the time. We all have our ups and downs. PSYCHIATRIC I TECHNICIANS After asking yourself these questions, if you still feel that Marion Bud G off was elected to the office of student awareness and academics vice president by a comfortable margin. Goff defeated Dorothy Johnson 303 to 223. In the only uncontested race on the ballot, Gus Ewell got a resounding vote of confidence for the intramurals and athletics vice president post from 470 voters. you would like to help people, maybe you should consider becoming a psychiatric technician. The potential of the psychiatric technician (psyche tech) has yet to be realized by professionals in the psychology field. The psyche tech is a para-professional with many hours of education and on the job experience to acquaint him with social adjustment problems. The psyche tech works in mental health, mental retardation, education, family services, and other social service areas. In order to become a liscensed psychiatric technician, you need to complete the requirements for the Associate of Applied Science Human Services. More information can be obtained from the UTCP catalog or from Mr. ErselShepherd M-121. Helen Ashton To Discuss Working Women Helen Ashton, chairmanof the Office Education Department and business teacher at Utah Technical College at Provo will be talking on Hints for TheWorking Women at 12:10 p.m., May 11 in the Career Development Center, M-105. Mrs. Ashton is the mother of six childrenand they have a home in north Orem on five acres of land. They have horses and family members are involved in roping and other activities with the Orem Rodeo Club. She graduated from BYU with a bachelors degree inBusinessEducationand she is now working on a masters degree. Her father was a high school business teacher and that influenced her to choose1 career in business. She has been teaching at UTC P for 18 years and enjoys it very much. The periodic pressure that keeps her from carrying out the duties with her family are the only drawbacks of her job. She enjoys the association with the other members of the faculty because they're such great people. ..... 4 " 's LYNN RAVSTON will address students in the Career Development Center Tuesday, May 4, in relation to Mental Health Week. Lynn Ravston To Speak Lynn Ravston, father of four children is an instructor in Human Services and he teaches Therapeutic Milieu Behavior modification, community mental Health and psychology report writing. He enjoys training people to help others. He has been in private practice for four year and he enjoys training people as well as helping them out. He went out in coaching first and he found out that he liked people more than coaching sports He got his Masters degree from Stanford University and his Phd from University of Utah. He feels that the need for para- Calendar of Events May 5 GIRL'S SOFTBALL (BYU) I 6, 7, 8 BASEBALL NORTHERN REGIONALS GIRL'S SOFTBALL (CEU) ' BICENTENNIAL DANCE 7, 8 ANNUAL RODEO May 3"7 MENTAL HEALTH WEEK 1 2 GIRL'S SOFTBALL (SNOW) "1 3 CANYON PARTY UTC DAY M1 (- RODEO (UTAH STATE) , I D BASEBALL (REGIONAL PLAYOFFS) Tuesday professional Counselors is growing. The first graduating class from UTC, June 1976 will be employed in a number of different places like Mental Health Clinics, Alcohol Recovery Centers, State Hospitals, Manpower programs and perhaps in schools as teachers and counselor aids. He has worked at BYU in the Counseling center, at the State Hospital as a psychologist, and he taught at the University of Utah. Right now he does some work shops for Employment Security, and Bureau of Indian Affairs. He has been working at UTC for four months.
|Description||Tradewinds was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo, between 1971-12-14 and 1984-11-15.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo--History; Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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