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Trying to Be an Apple Campus Representive

Jul 20, 2006
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I am an undergraduate at Duke University, and I just got my first Mac at the beginning of this school year, and I love it. What I want to know is how do I become an official Apple Campus rep at my school so that I can use my "Mac knowledge" to serve a purpose on campus. I have read articles about people being campus reps, but I still have not been able to find an application or anything for that matter.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You
Sep 30, 2006
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Your Mac's Specs
Black MacBook Black 2GB iPod Nano & Black 80GB iPod Classic B&W G3 G4's - PowerMac & Cube
I could very well be wrong, but I think that is for campuses that sell Macs in their bokstore. Like I have friends that go to KU, and they have a Mac section of their bookstore. It isn't an official Apple store, but I believe they call the people that work there "Apple Reps."

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