Negative Letter - Mexico and Canada Candidates who receive...

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October 3, 2011 Goldstar College 1234 Rainbow RD Amazing ID, 78904 Leon Strawn 6969 Box St. Nowhere WA, 98950 Dear Leon, We are very pleased to receive your application for admittance in the Engineering program at Goldstar College on September 12, 2011. We are honored to have been in your selection process to further your education. You are an excellent student who has a very high involvement within your community. Your high GPA and continuous record of community service reveals your goodwill and your abilities as not only a student but as a citizen to your town. We are pleased that someone with your dedication to academics and involvement in your community considered us as a potential graduate program. Goldstar College receives approximately 300 applications annually with only 30 positions available in each of our programs. The applicants come from a diverse location, including
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Unformatted text preview: Mexico and Canada. Candidates who receive admittance often have these three attributes; an exemplary academic record, consistent and high community involvement, and work experience related to their field. Although your resume is impressive, we will be continuing our search with candidates who have experience in all three categories. As an outstanding student and a leader in the community, we believe you will find success in your future. Internstars provides an excellent program helping students seek professional work experience as an intern to improve their resumes. Their website is We are very pleased that you considered us in your process and hope that you will look to us again in the future when the timing is more appropriate. Sincerely, Shuwun Ma Admissions Office Goldstar College...
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This note was uploaded on 10/09/2011 for the course BUS COM 201 taught by Professor Kleiman during the Spring '11 term at Boise State.

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