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Radio Disney - make on the spot decisions For example as an assistant manager I was closing the store and one gentleman had passed out in the

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November 4, 2009 Radio Disney 2 Penn Plaza  New York, NY  (212) 760-1560 ( Dear Radio Disney: I am writing to your company because I’m interested in a summer internship program.  In May,  2010, I will receive my degree in Marketing and in May, 2011 I will receive my Master of  Business Administration from Quinnipiac University. My recent coursework in advertising and  marketing communications has prepared me for this internship. Through my summer internship as an assistant manager of Walgreens and studying abroad in  Rome, Italy, I learned how to interact with many people of various backgrounds and how to 
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Unformatted text preview: make on the spot decisions. For example, as an assistant manager, I was closing the store and one gentleman had passed out in the pharmacy and needed CPR. I immediately stepped in and began breathing into him because, being certified, I know how crucial those first few minutes can be. He was fine after a few days in the hospital. I welcome the opportunity to talk with you about the position and my interest in marketing communications and public relations. I am available for an interview on Mondays and Fridays and would be able to start on June 1, 2010....
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