Childcare Learning Center Case Study

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Hello Mr. Marc Teichman,

It was very enjoyable to speak to you about the Registered Nurse/Health Coordinator, position at Childcare Learning Centers on Tuesday, August 4th, 2015. After interviewing with you, I am even more confident that I can successfully make a positive contribution to the CLC nursing team and staff. This is clearly an outstanding center which places great emphasis on comprehensive, high quality, early childhood care for children and their families.
Childcare Learning Centers will be the ideal center to continue my career as a nurse who has a passion for working with children. In addition to my enthusiasm, I will bring the strength of my experience in pediatrics and my skills developed throughout my education and career.

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