Thursday, August 18, 2005
"I always believed that hard work and a certain pluckiness will get you ahead," so says G. Terry Madonna, 63, and director of Franklin & Marshall College’s Center for Politics & Public Affairs.
We've blogged about summer jobs before, and I thought this was a good way to wind down the summer. Interesting read about four people who endured the hell of a bad summer job...and lived to tell about it. Today, they are a college professor, a store manager, a county official and an entertainer.
Long live bad summer jobs.