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Jonathan Robert Davey 4503 NE 83 rd Terrace, Kansas City, Missouri 64119 Phone 1-816-377-9984, E-mail [email protected] May 11, 2009 Betty Crocker Hiring Committee Chairperson Community Education Department – Clay County 577 Westchester Lane Kansas City, MO 64156 Dear Mrs. Crocker: I am writing to inform the Community Education Department that I am interested in starting new classes; teaching senior citizens the basics of using Office 2003. I feel I would be a viable candidate to teach these courses because I have received my associate’s degree in information and computer technology from MCC – Maple Woods, as well as a bachelors in senior teaching from the University of Pennsylvania. The following table outlines the grades of computer and teaching courses I have taken:
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Unformatted text preview: Introduction to Microcomputer Applications A Computer Essentials A Teaching Senior Citizens 101 A Becoming a Teacher A Advanced uses of Office 2003 A In addition to my coursework, I have the following computer and teaching experience: • Worked as a substitute teacher for the Senior Tubby’s Learning Center, teaching classes for absent teachers. • At the University of Pennsylvania, worked with students having difficulty with computer classes As you can see, I am well qualified for this position. I will call you next week so we can set up a time to discuss this further. If you would like to speak to me before then, please call me at (816) 377-9984. Sincerely, Jonathan Robert Davey...
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