Writing in response to the part-time position listed on your website, I believe your organization to be an outstanding fit for my experience, capabilities, education and career interests.
For the last few years, I have searched for the right curriculum that motivates me to better myself and my surroundings. Your school and staff has been helpful in guiding me through the process to join your program. My motivation to pursue a higher education has been paramount and your curriculum advisor makes me feel part of the family. Throughout my professional and
It was great meeting you and the other GLI staff members during my campus visit. The information that was shared was very informative and insightful. I believe my higher education administrative, distance online education and instructional design experiences would allow me to contribute greatly to the GLI team. Again, it was a pleasure meeting you and the GLI staff
I thank you for taking the time to evaluate this application and look forward to completing my Business Management Degree Program and moving forward toward a Bachelor Degree in Accounting with a focus in Business Management. I have met one of my achievements this year I completed and received my Associate in Applied Science Degree in Accounting I believe what I get by achieving my educational goals is not as important as what I become by achieving my goals, and now my short term goal is to complete my Business Management Degree and pursue my long-term goal continuing my education by attaining the Bachelor and a CPA
I am no longer working for Charter Oak State College. This is a result of a billion dollar State of Connecticut budget shortage. I am available within a week of being notification that I am selected as the final candidate for the position.
I know that I am truly well prepared for the extensive and renowned program available at your university as a result of the excellent background and foundation I have established. Having maintained a balance of two jobs, school and a variety of extracurricular activities, I know that I am prepared to continue the same
As I left the interview, I knew I did not leave the best impression of myself to you and your interview team. Unfortunately, nerves got the best of me and did not allow me to show you my true self. I admit, I will not come into the administrative assistant position with an abundance of knowledge, but I will come to this position with strong secretarial skills and years of clerical experience. I am not opposed (and actually look forward) to taking classes that will allow me to grow and
I selected UT Austin’s Office of Admissions for my consultancy project due to the unique opportunity to give back in a way I thought would be helpful. I also hoped to utilize what I learned to increase my understanding of its challenges. My career in higher education began with UT Austin’s Office of Admissions in 2006. After six years, I requested a role with greater responsibility, believing I needed more space to grow than the organization would allow at the time. In 2013, Dr. Ishop, vice provost and director of admissions appointed me to oversee undergraduate admissions and recruitment in the College of Natural Sciences (CNS), a pilot, hybrid position between
I am honored to be accepted to the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences as an undergraduate student for the 2016-2017 academic year. I am thankful for all of the scholarships and grants that you have offered me. I am proud to be recognized for my academic ability and my willingness to succeed, particularly at this great institution. As you may remember from my application, my commitment to community service and academic excellence are ideals that led me to choose MCHPS as my top choice. These ideals correspond greatly to your mission and vision for the College.
More importantly, I truly believe my willingness to learn will make me a valuable asset to a company such as yours. I will not mind filling in as an Intake Coordinator when needed or being crossed trained as I enjoy floating and learning the different positions within my company. I am eager to form partnerships with practitioners, the national committee, and office staff. I look forward to the exposure, skills, and knowledge that such a position holds. Admittedly, change, increased responsibilities and assigned projects present an opportunity for me to be challenged, but those things also provide an opportunity for me to discover a new world of doing and being, which I’m always aiming to master. I am a lifelong student so I feel that there is so much for me to learn, to share, and to experience in this role. I honestly believe this will be a mutual
I was hoping that sometime next week we could meet and discuss/establish our goals and expectations. It would be great if you could reply with the best day and time to meet, so we can get started.
I am writing today to express my interest in the newly posted Senior Advisor position at Tulsa Community College. I am an experienced advisor with proven skills working with students from diverse academic, socioeconomic, and cultural backgrounds. This position aligns well with both my personal and professional aspirations in college student development.
Thank you for letting me know about the management position. I understand your decision and appreciated the opportunity to have met you and interview for the job. I wish you and the candidate you selected the best in a successful transition. Based on my impression of you and Hudson Clearwater I am certain you will have continued success. Please keep me in mind for future
Thank you for the congratulation on our achievement; you are correct, “Ashford is a wonderful university and an exceptional place to learn.” I’m a little sad because my experience at Ashford University have been full of educational knowledge that will be ending soon; I hope my next school will be just as rewarding as Ashford. I appreciate reading your discussion and look forward to our next post. I hope everyone has a great semester and I look forwarded to collaborating with some of