Thank you for taking time yesterday afternoon to speak with me regarding the Senior Manager Quality role in your organization. I appreciated your honesty and transparency regarding the challenges facing your organization and that you need a leader who will come and immediately add measureable value. I want to reiterate that my capabilities and leadership align with the needs of your organization.
My variety of work in social services with several non-profit organizations has allowed me to grow in my competence as a social worker and increased my ability to empathize with clients in challenging situations. I have worked as a Case Manager, as well as a Site Director and a Lead Youth Mentor. All of these experiences helped me to become proficient in working to help youth succeed through empowerment and mentorship. These positions allowed me to work with both adult and child populations. As the Site Director I was required to maintain strict administrative documentation based on grant regulations. The organizational skills and attention to detail involved in doing this job well show that I have the administrative skills necessary to be successful as a
Mrs. Johnson, Thank you for taking the time to meet with me on Wednesday afternoon. I truly enjoyed meeting you. I really appreciate you taking so much time to acquaint me with your office philosophy. I am more confident than before of my ability to make a real contribution to
Do you have an interest in working with your community? Over the years I have had experience working with the elderly, adolescent children, young adults, the homeless, and individuals of different ethnical backgrounds. I have found each experience challenging and rewarding.
In order to pursue my goal, I needed to finish my degree and gain experience working directly with youth. The first step was leaving my full-time position with DYC and working at one of the staff-secure facilities as a Coach Counselor. I began working part-time at the facility in September 2014 with both DYC and the Department of Human Services youth. My responsibilities include supervising the students during the different elements of their day (we refer to the youth as students or student athletes because our program emphasizes the value of education and the organization and teamwork in sports as a foundation to make positive changes in their lives), providing appropriate and supportive leadership, and being a positive adult role model. This experience has solidified my desire to work as a youth case manager or parole officer. I enjoy working with the students, celebrating their accomplishments with them, and helping them through disappointments and/or set-backs. In addition to my part-time position, I am also in the Air Force Reserves working as a Paralegal in the active duty legal
I have always had a passion for serving the public and working with young people. Early on, I set my heart on being a juvenile attorney. Pursing this, I earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice but, it wasn’t until I interned with Safe Landing Youth Shelter where I realized my true calling. The satisfaction and fulfillment I felt working with the youth shelter pivoted my focus towards my new passion.
I wanted to take the time to thank you speaking with me the other day. It was a pleasant conversation and very informative. It was a pleasure to learn more about the mission of the organization. My interests were sparked even more and I am excited about the opportunity. I look forward to contributing my enthusiasm and apply my common goals that the mission also encompasses. Thank you again for your time and consideration. I look forward to speaking to you soon.
Discussion took place regarding ways to improve student outreach • Marcy started the conversation by suggesting Angela ways to improve student outreach in case management. • Marcy mentioned that she will take a look in the education and the psychology cohort list, and will send Angela a list of students that have
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I am writing to inquire about the possibility of securing the position of Program Aide/Learning to Work. An established rapport in all types of communication and a proven problem solver, my skills will benefit all staff at Queens Community House. With an extensive history working with youth, my dexterity in the field will only further the mission of furthering the youth’s education.
Rachel - I would just like to reiterate what a pleasure it was to meet you this morning. Thank you for taking the time to sit with me and answer all of my questions - I really appreciate it. As I learned more about the current Takeda, I felt more comfortable
Amy- I wanted to thank you for taking time yesterday to explain the Practice Manager Trainee program and learning more about my qualifications. I truly enjoyed our conversation and am definitely excited to actively pursue this opportunity. As we spoke about yesterday, I am confident that my existing skills and experience
It was a pleasure speaking to you yesterday and thank you for considering our offer to assist you with your event promotions.
When completing an internship, we tend to think that an internship is just another task we need to complete to get closer to graduation. However, an internship is more than just a task that some seniors need to complete. Completing an internship is a learning experience, a pathway to better
Monday, September 28th: Today I was part of the outreach team so I made home visits. We had six clients to see, two returning, and four new. Of those, we ended up seeing only two clients, one new, and one returning. The first client we saw was new, and her primary concern was getting a new mask for her CPAP machine. She had previously contacted the company who supplies the machine several times tells them that the mask causes her eczema to flare up and she needs a new mask, but with no luck. My plan was to get the number from her and try to call of her behalf, but the more I talked with her, the more I came to understand that this required a doctors order for a new mask, and even then the company may not accept that without the doctor saying she needs a new machine. There was not much I could do for this client in this regard except to talk through the situation with her and help her come up with some alternative methods such as switching medical supply companies to that which she gets other medical supplies from. The other thing we discussed was for her to increase the amount of times she checks her sugar from once a week, to a few times a week.