The 6 Best Online Degrees of 2020 - Investopedia

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Iona College - Time & Space at Home by Bill Jennings

Iona College - Time & Space at Home by Bill Jennings

Bill Jennings, Time & Space Founder, interviews Rachel Dunstan and Noah Barrie about their 'treasures' from their perspective thier respective mother-son realtionships. Rachel is mum to two recent Iona College graduates and Noah is in Year 12 and has been part of the team of senior student group leaders at past Time & Space events. They give example of the treasures they have of Rachel being a mum to her two boys and Noah being son to his mum. Each participant in the upcoming 'Time & Space at Home' event is asked to share a treasure of their realtionship - the Yr 7 boys about their mum/female mentor and the mums/mentors about their Yr 7 boy. Keep it a surpirse from each other until you share it in your small group.

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