Examples Of Letter Of Intent

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Letter of Intent: First of all, I would like to say thank you to every member on the 2015-2016 E-board for the hard work and dedication you put into the association. Reflecting back on this year, we were able to perform at a level that other student’s organizations only hope to and for that I can say that I am proud to have served with all of you. My goal since the first day that I set foot on Temple’s campus has been to be the most competitive Pre-PT student that I could be. The adjustment from high school to college is a tough one for most but thanks to the TPPTA’s guidance, I was able to live up to the expectations I set for myself. I took all of the advice from pervious E-board members and our guest speakers and used it to sharpen …show more content…
I think that I would excel at this position because for the last year and a half I have worked at an academic coach for the university students interested in the healthcare field. My job consisted of organizing meetings with other students, taking notes of what we accomplished during our meetings and taught them the necessary time management and organizational skills students need to be successful at a collegiate level. The fact that I was rewarded academic coach of the month more than three separate and my students increasing their overall GPA from previous semesters by an average of 0.45 should speak volumes that I am more than capable of holding productive meetings with other students and that my own time management and organizational skills are far beyond stellar. In regards to holding general body meetings, my background in public speaking is also superb. As a junior in high school, I was selected to be the junior class representative in the 50th annual Oratorical Speaking Event. For this event, I was asked to prepare a 15 minute speech and deliver it to an audience of 600. I realized after my speech that I have no problem with public speaking. Seeing that public speaking is the number one fear in the United States, you have no need to worry …show more content…
This idea is still in the mill but my plan is to make our resource page of individual opportunities longer, better, and private. The list would then be moved to Owlconnect where only members who we have confirmed as full time members could view the page. I have spoken to many of our members who have used this resource to get shadowing positions and internships in the past so having our members work for the information will not only be good for our club participation but also for our members to feel like completing our requirements is an accomplishment. Thank you again for reviewing my application and I look forward to hearing from you in the near

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