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Thanks To Mti Students

Discussion in 'Training' started by MTI, Jun 22, 2019.

  1. MTI

    MTI Member

    July 7th we will begin our last class for 2019. Next class will be in January 2020.

    Just wanted to say thanks to those students attending this class. And a big thank you to all our past students. Over the past 17 years of teaching taxidermy we have been very fortunate to meet and make friends with over 700 students. We are specially honored to have the opportunity to work with so many veterans. We appreciate you beginning your taxidermy careers with us.

    I invite all to follow our classes on Facebook. I post weekly pics of students and their projects. Just look up Missouri Taxidermy Institute. For former MTI students I also have another page. Missouri Taxidermy Institute Support Page. You will have to request membership to this one. But I’ll happily add you. This page is for use by MTI alumni. Allows you so stay in touch with your classmates and other MTI students from around the country, and the world. See what projects they are working on. Can also buy and trade taxidermy stuff, and hunts.

    Once again thanks to everyone. As always if we can help, give us a call. (I don’t get on this forum everyday).


    Missouri Taxidermy Institute
    Linn Creek, MO
    Text 573-746-0035
    Last edited: Jun 22, 2019
  2. coxdenis32

    coxdenis32 New Member

    I want you to make such a class for distance education because we need quality education.

  3. coxdenis32

    coxdenis32 New Member

    I hope you create a new conversation for this performance.
  4. finistratbob

    finistratbob New Member

    This is a cool initiative that needs to be implemented. Students around the world will be able to learn new information online. I am very glad that there are such resources https://writix.co.uk/personal-statement-help that help you study remotely. It seems to me that this quarantine will be an eternal burden. My children forgot about communication with classmates and joint lessons in nature. I want a normal life.
  5. coxdenis32

    coxdenis32 New Member

    It seems to me that you made a mistake on the resource or site. We do not support such initiatives. This is not a crying story