According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, an estimated eighteen million acres of forest are lost each year. Forests are disappearing 2.4 acres a second by being cut, cleared or burned, and over eighty percent has already been destroyed. The Public Service Announcement (PSA) from The Nature Conservancy is effective at convincing the audience of the importance to protect trees (“Deforestation PSA,” 2011).
Wiping sweat off my forehead, I stand up excitedly. The paw-prints on the ground are fresh—I have almost located them. Jumping back into the beat-up pick-up truck, I follow the increasingly loud beeping of the radio telemetry set until I spot the pack just fifty yards in front of me. Quietly, I climb out of the vehicle, and momentarily stare in awe at the small pack of gray wolves I have been tracking for hours in the wilderness of Montana. My field pants are speckled with briars and a few stray leaves cling to my backpack and one even dangles at the end of my braided hair. I observe the wolves, noticing the behavior of each member, record various data of the current area, and save the point in my GPS. Having successfully completed the
It was a pleasure meeting you during my visit to the campus for the position of Assistant/Associate Provost. I want to thank you for taking time to share information regarding the Admissions process for the University. The information you shared was very informative. Again, thank you.
It was a pleasure meeting you and other members of the internship selection committee. I appreciated the time and effort that was spent in order to become more familiar with my application.
It was a pleasure meeting you in person. I enjoyed speaking with you, meeting other members of the staff, and the opportunity to learn more about this position. I am very interested in this position as the job seems to be an excellent match for my skills and interests.
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.
You are a very straight shooter and I appreciate the fact that you took time out of your day to share in your experience and to talk. Your level of engagement in our conversation was both enlightening and candid. If given the opportunity, I hope that I can use my experience to contribute to your organization.
Thank you for your time today to interview me for the position of an administrative assistant to you and all the diverse departments that you manage. I appreciate the opportunity to learn more about Global Payments, to meet you and to see that Hannah is enjoying her work.
I have always set high goals for myself. I always try to achieve them, and I normally do so. One of my main goals is always good grades. I plan to do that with this paper and all of my other papers. My other main goal is to be a wildlife biologist. To do this I will have to keep good grades and work hard, but I can definitely accomplish this. This was also recommended by my survey results.
I wanted to thank you for the wonderful opportunity to interview with you this morning. I am excited about being part of the Childcare Network team and am looking forward to starting on this new adventure with you and the rest of the Childcare Network family.
I would like to express my gratitude for the wonderful interview opportunity for the Financial Aid Counselor position. I sincerely appreciate the experience and value the time you spent to provide me a quick departmental.
As I finalized my rank order test today, I would like to take this opportunity to reiterate my sincere interest in your fantastic program . I had a wonderful impression of Mayo Clinic Florida that was reinforced on the day of the interview. It would be the fulfillment of a dream to match at your program and it is certainly the top program in my rank order list. I believe that Mayo Clinic can be an amazing fit for me and I would love to contribute my best to the program as well. As we head towards match day, I am really looking forward to the opportunity to return to Jacksonville this summer as an intern at Mayo. I hope that you consider me worthy to give me this opportunity to do so.
There are 6.5 million species of land mammals. Wildlife biologists get the privilege of studying and spending time with these animals as their everyday life. I should be a wildlife biologist so I can study land mammals.
Since approximately 1250 B.C., ancient Egyptians had created and practiced the capture and display of animals in what are now known as zoos (Fravel). Records describe such exotic animals as birds, lions, giraffes, and tigers in captivity (Fravel). Since then, zoos have continued to entertain millions with the exciting chance to view exotic animals up close and personal. Even in ancient Greece, exotic animals were on display in fighting arenas, and in enclosed viewing areas. Originally in America, zoos were just created so that royalty and the wealthy could flaunt their exotic animals to the public (Leolupus). Today, with species threatened and habitats disappearing worldwide, zoos are serving a new purpose other than the mere exhibition of