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SKYLER KNOPP ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 265 White Cliff Blvd. Auburndale, FL 33823 Phone (863) 289-2702 skylerknopp@gmail.com August 24, 2009 Ms. Conni Shelnut APE Incorporated 726 Hollingsworth Rd. Lakeland, FL 33801 Dear Ms. Shelnut, I feel considerable gratitude for being given this opportunity to provide my skills, knowledge, or other handy capabilities for the betterment of APE Inc. Going over the list of job opportunities, I realize that I am be able to offer proficient assistance in more than one area. These chiefly include, but are not restricted to: Sign-out Person, Folder Person, Jack of all Trades, Maintenance Person, and Vegetation/Trash patrol. I am qualified to hold these positions because of the many and diverse experiences I have undergone throughout my high school career. The book sign-out/in process does tend to get quite bewildering at times. This will not present an issue to me, as I will not allow books to be checked
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Unformatted text preview: out without a sheet being signed by the borrowing student (much like a library). The boon of hiring me as a Folder Person/Jack lies in that I do promptly arrive to class each day, prepared to lend a helping hand when folders or books need to be passed out. As for lifting heavy objects and performing makeshift furniture repair jobs as a Maintenance Person, my strength need not be in question due to my rigorous regular body workout and spending long hours in the HSA scenery shop has trained me in the art of woodwork. Finally, my primary chores at my own home include watering plants and taking out the trash on a tight weekly schedule, this makes me suitable for the position of Vegetation/Trash Patrol. I am eager to help, yet patient in my request as I realize there are many applicants. Please do not hesitate to employ me in one of the aforementioned trades, as I will tackle the tasks it presents with unwavering persistence until the job is done. Sincerely, Skyler Knopp Skyler Knopp...
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course ENGLISH ENC1105 taught by Professor Johnsmith during the Spring '11 term at Harrison College.

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