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Alexandra Martin 12121 Admiralty Way L301 (814) 384-5331 Everett, WA 98204 [email protected] January 10, 2013 Lynne Muñoz, M.Ed. Everett Community College Business Communications Everett, WA Dear Lynne Muñoz, M.Ed., Subject: Activity 1.3 There are a couple reasons that I am taking this class. First and foremost, it is a required course to obtain an associates degree in accounting. Secondly, I thought this class looked interesting and it also looks like something that will be useful when I start my career. My short-term goal right now is to get my associates degree in accounting and work here in Washington for six months before moving to Cleveland, OH where I plan to live for the foreseeable future. I have a lot of family in Erie, PA and I am moving to be closer to them. My long-term goals are a little loftier. I hope to be a full-fledged accountant someday. I also would like to open a business selling clothes and pet clothes that I make. I would also like to be a celebrated author, and am in the midst of writing my first novel. Lastly I
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Unformatted text preview: wish to retire as a very rich woman who can travel to all the places on my to-do list. I do not currently work. I do, however, do some consulting work occasionally. I fill my days with homework, chores, errands, cooking, reading, writing, watching Netflix, learning Korean, and playing with my puppy. If I want to go do something fun I usually go shopping, hunting for deals is one skill I’ve mastered but is unsuited for a resume. I think that I am pretty well versed in English, grammar, structure, and general rules of writing. My mother was an English teacher before she had children and so she was always correcting us and making sure we were always using “correct English”. I am, however, a lost hope in terms of spelling. If auto-check wasn’t invented you would be reading this memo and wondering if I was illiterate or dyslexic. But, luckily I have people behind me watching TV and telling me how to spell dyslexic. Sincerely, Alexandra Martin Alexandra Martin Student...
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  • Spring '13
  • Eppley
  • Management, Everett, Washington, Alexandra Martin, Lynne Muñoz

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