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Joey D. Finley: Claim number 0000618027 February 8 th , 2010 1500 S. Boulder St. Unit F, Gilbert, AZ 85296-3757 To: ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF ECONIMIC SECURITY This is a note answering the questions regarding my school. I am attending and the specifics about my dismissal from my last employer. I will list the presented questions and according answers in the order they were listed. School #1. Name of the school/training that you are attending? University of Phoenix Online #2. Total credit hours? 120 semester hours #3. What program are you pursuing? Bachelor of Science in Business with a Concentration in Accounting. #4. What date did classes start? August 4 th , 2009 #5. What date will classes end? December 19 th , 2011 #6. What days of the week are you attending school? 7 days a week. Sunday through Saturday. It is considered full time. #7. What hours are you attending school? Varies, depending on the class. 30-40
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Unformatted text preview: hours/week. It is considered full time. #8. Have you worked full time and attended school full time at the same time during the past 9 months? Since I have only been attending UOP, full time, since August, 4 th 2009 and counting January that makes 6 months possible. **To answer the provided question though…No, not during the past 9 months. #9. If you are offered full time work that is during school hours, what would you do? I can do school work online any time I wish. I can rearrange my schedule to accommodate my new work hours. #10. What is your normal occupation? I do not have a normal occupation. I have been a USN ship mechanic, USN Recruiter, a loan officer, and a PODS driver/operator. #11. Are you seeking full time or part time work? Full time #12. What hours and days are you willing to work? ANY...
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course KAPLAN UNI MT 140 taught by Professor Thum during the Spring '10 term at Kaplan University.

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