Mr. John Smith
I was talking with my instructor Dennis Conard, and he explained to me about your company. He explained how GM would be a great and successful career for me. I enjoy learning new things on the computer, such as Software application, Microsoft word/ power point, as well as doing research online. I believe Dennis showed you a power point I had done in class one day and told me you were very impressed. That was a low effort power point for me. I can go way above and beyond from that. I think I would be a good employee for your company because I am willing to learn, and I do learn very fast. As well as a very hard working that does not give up.
Here are some things that might interest you that I have done throughout my life.
* I volunteer at a farm, From the Ground Up, taking mentally and physically challenged children and adults as well as active duty soldiers and veterans. We also have a Facebook page. I take a few day and hours out of my week to help people. This gives me the feeling that nothing has done before. I came along and they have already started the helping with handicap program. I started the Horses For Heroes program because I am a veteran and I know that soldiers need help sometimes.
* I was in the U.S Army
* I’ve worked for multiple shipping and receiving companies.
* I have worked for G.E repairing and installing security systems.
* I never give up! I was injured in Iraq and pulled through to make it another day.
I am very interesting in learning more about your company and possibly having the chance to be part of your company.
I will contact you within a few days to get your thoughts and possibly schedule an appointment with you to talk more about this career interest I have in your company.
Robert W. Copp [continues]
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