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Who: Trevor OT Gideon
Where: USC Sunnydale Campus
When: Thursday Afternoon

Earlier that week, Trevor McNaulty finalized the plans for the beginnings of The Future Role Models Of America College mentoring program. It was funded by Wolfram and Hart- his employers, and it provided scholarships and mentoring to 'promising' college students.

His student would be Gideon Thrace, a promising track star who appeared to need some guidance. He remembered Gideon from... the incident. It was the first time that things spiraled out of control. Trevor was much more stable now.

His time with Wolfram and Hart taught him many things, including how to handle this particular case. Guidance, scholarship money, and the support of Wolfram and Hart would allow this first 'Student' to excel. Wolfram and Hart was really working hard at improving its community image.

He waited for Gideon in his office, almost certain he wouldn't be recognized. He was clean shaven, and his hair was neatly groomed. The man Gideon had seen long ago was bearded, with a mane of unruly hair.


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Oct. 17th, 2008 07:17 pm (UTC)
"It's open" Trevor said, from his desk "I will assume that you are.. Gideon Thrace?"
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Oct. 18th, 2008 11:59 pm (UTC)
"Yes, it is, Gideon. Have a seat? As you know, you have been selected for a new program. This scholarship offer requires more of you than most, but it is only for the continued success of our students and the good of the community."
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Oct. 21st, 2008 09:04 pm (UTC)
"We require community service, a 3.0 GPA and you will check in with your advisor twice a month. The scholarship will cover room and board, tuition, books and any school fees."
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Oct. 21st, 2008 11:25 pm (UTC)
"It is not." Trevor wrote something down on the pad of paper in front of him. "Be sure to let us know what the expenses are there, they should be covered in the scholarship package."
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Oct. 22nd, 2008 02:43 am (UTC)
"We want to be sure that you remain on track." Trevor said "College can be a difficult transition, and sometimes students fall through the cracks. You have too much potential to allow that."
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