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MARK A. ELDRIDGE II 10444 Norman Rd. Brownsburg, IN 46112 (317)979-8896 mark.eldridge@myemail.indwes.edu April 12, 2011 Sylvia Anaya Harlan Bakeries, Inc. 7597 East US Highway 36 Avon, Indiana 46123 Dear Ms. Anaya: I would like to apply for help desk technician position as advertised on careerbuilder.com. With my undergraduate background, my studies in business information systems, and my work experience, I believe I would make a valuable contribution to Harlan Bakeries in this position. In 2011 I will complete my B.S. in Business Information Systems with a minor in Information Technology at Indiana Wesleyan University. As part of the requirements for this degree, I have completed courses in Java programming, .Net programming, computer diagnostics, networking and databases. My experience in help desk support consists of my positions as senior lab assistant at Purdue
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Unformatted text preview: University as well as co-owner of Eldridge Enterprises. During my employment with Purdue and Eldridge Enterprises, I was deeply involved in providing help desk support for over 10 computer labs consisting of 20+ computers per lab. I often diagnosed and repaired customer computer problems, configured computers for the campus network, and provided excellent customer service. I am also currently scheduled to take my exams for the COMPTIA A+ and Net+ certifications. I believe my combination of business experience and undergraduate work is an excellent match for the help desk technician position you described. Enclosed is a a copy of my resume with additional information about my qualifications. Thank you very much for your consideration. I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Mark A Eldridge II Enclosure: Rsum...
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course ECON 254 taught by Professor Martin during the Spring '12 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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