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Cover Letter Charle ne Dohe y 46 Skinne rs Road , Portug al Cv– St. Philip s, NL A1M 1S1 Phone (709) 895-0131 E-mail: nashcharle ne @hotmail.com April 5, 2012 I am in my last semester at the College of the North Atlantic, once completed I will graduate at the top of my class with a Diploma in Office Administrative-Executive. I worked prior as an administrative assistant with duties that included: organizing meetings, distributing agendas, scheduling meetings, taking minutes, payroll, and billing. I have extensive knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word 2010, Access, and Microsoft Power Point, I also have 50 w.p.m. My diverse skills in office administration make me a uniquely qualified candidate for a position in this field. I have good work ethic and I am quite willing to learn new things and accept added responsibilities. I am very organized and communicate well with others. My resume is enclosed. I can be reached by telephone at 709-895-0131 and by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I thank you for your time and consideration; I feel that an interview would give you a better understanding of my qualifications. Sincerely yours, C a n Doe hrlee hy Charlene Dohey
Recommendation Letters Fatima Academy P.O. Box 42 St. Bride’s, NL A0B-1E0October 25, 1997Dear Scholarship Committee:I am writing this letter to highly recommend Charlene Nash for the TDScholarship. As assistant principal and teacher at Fatima Academy, I haveknown Charlene for her entire school career. Now in her graduating year, I canattest to the strong impact Charlene has had on our school.Charlene has always excelled academically throughout her school years. Shehas been an honors student since elementary and has been a strong role modelfor her classmates and other students because of her strong work ethic andunfaltering commitment to her academic pursuits. As well as her strongacademic performance, Charlene is a very active volunteer in our school, highlyinvolved in many of our extra and co-curricular programs. Over the course ofher junior and senior high career she has been involved in student council,public speaking, yearbook, spirit days, school choir, school enhancement,basketball, dance, cross-country, and numerous other activities. She not onlybecomes involved in whatever is happening in our school but often takes theinitiative to spearhead such causes as food drives, Janeway fundraisers, andother worthwhile ventures.This year, Charlene was elected president of our Student Council, and already, ina few short months, has had a very positive impact on the level of school spiritand overall enthusiasm among our students. We are seeing a significantincrease in the involvement of other students in Student Council activities, andthis is due, not in small part, to Charlene’s positive attitude, her ability tomotivate and inspire others, and her strong and very evident commitment to allthe students from kindergarten to grade twelve.
Recommendation LettersI firmly believe that Charlene is highly deserving of this scholarship. I can attestto her excellent record here at Fatima Academy. Her commitment to her schoolis highly evident in the many volunteer hours she gives, not just to Fatima, butto the surrounding school community as well. She has proven herself to be ahardworking, dedicated, and self motivated individual who uses these strengthsto lead and motivate others. I am convinced that Charlene has a very brightfuture in whatever career path she chooses and I am sure her strong work ethicand commitment to volunteerism will not end once she graduates from ourschool. I strongly recommend her for this scholarship. Thank you.Sincerely,Kim CareenAssistant PrincipalFatima Academy
Recommendation Letters Point Lance Town Council P.O. Box 3 Point Lance, NL A0B-1E0 March 27, 2006 To Whom it May Concern: Charlene Dohey is a great candidate for the Practical Nursing Program. Charlene has the skills, knowledge, abilities, and personal characteristics necessary for successful completion of the program. She demonstrates superior work ethic and interpersonal skills. Charlene has excellent written and verbal communication skills. In addition, she is extremely organized, can work independently, and is able to follow through to ensure that the job gets done. Charlene is flexible and willing to work on any project that is assigned to her. She has tremendous leadership skills, a positive attitude, and works well with people of all age groups. She is honest, reliable, dedicated, conscientious and an excellent member of any team. Charlene would be a tremendous asset to the Health Care system and has my highest recommendation for admission into the Practical Nursing Program. Sincerely, Jane Power Town Clerk Point Lance Town Council
Recommendation Letters March 15, 1998 To whom it may concern: I have taught Charlene for the past two years, and I have known her in the school capacity for 4 years prior to teaching her. I have also had the privilege of working on numerous school projects with Charlene. I am the teacher sponsor for Fatima Academy’s Student Council, as well as the school’s Yearbook Committee and Charlene plays a huge role in both of these programs. Throughout her entire school career Charlene has worked to build school spirit, and improve student life within her school community. She has worked endlessly with the other students to help foster a feeling of family within her school. At every school function Charlene’s voice can be heard above all the rest. At a basketball game one can be sure that Charlene will start a cheer of “Go Royals Go,” and ensure that the whole crowd joins in. For any school spirit day, Charlene will go above and beyond in costume design, and overall effort. Other students, seeing Charlene taking on this initiative, have started to join in her enthusiasm. Charlene’s ongoing efforts have definitely improved the overall school spirit and student life here at Fatima Academy. It can easily be said that the whole school community has been impacted by Charlene’s efforts. Not only have other students followed her example, but teachers, administration, and even members of the community have been impacted by Charlene’s unending parade of school spirit. For example, Fatima hosted the 3A Basketball Provincials this past March, and the amount of school spirit seen was tremendous. Staff, students and even community members were seen wearing Royal blue and cheering as loud as they could. Some even had their faces painted! I attribute this unprecedented amount of school spirit to the continuous efforts of Charlene Nash. I truly believe that Charlene Nash would be an excellent candidate to receive this award. Throughout the course of her high school career, she has gone above and beyond to enhance not only her own school life, but the lives of those around her as well. Charlene has worked tirelessly to ensure that student life at Fatima is something noteworthy. Her continuous efforts have proved time and time again to be successful. Her own spirit and love for her school shines through as soon as she enters a room, and this spirit has had a tremendous effect on the Fatima Academy school community. I believe that Charlene’s dedication to the Fatima school community makes her very worthy of this award, as her efforts have fostered the growth of school spirit at Fatima, thus creating a more enjoyable student life for her fellow students, and for those who follow in her footsteps. Sincerely, Melissa Coffey Fatima Academy
Skills and Abilities • Typing speed of 50 w.p.m. • Course in Medical Terminology • Course in Simply Accounting • Course in MCP Billing • Extensive knowledge of: Microsoft Office, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Access • Efficiently perform office tasks and interact effectively using excellent written and oral communication skills • Leadership and organizational skills
Online Grades for College of The NorthAtlantic Personal Data Student Number: CC982309 Name: Charlene Dohey Please note that this is not an "official" copy of your marks. A grade report is issued at the end of each semester. If you wish to receive an "official" Transcript of all your marks, please fill out the transcript request form. NOTE: A Grade Report for your current semester marks will be mailed to you from the Registrars Office. Effective January 1st 2005, the Online Grades system will ONLY display courses where you were enrolled. Exemptions and PLA courses will not be displayed. If Currently Unavailable is shown, it means that a mark has not yet been entered for that course, but will be shortly. Please check the website periodically for updates. Courses Registered for On: 1/9/2012 Course Number Course Name Credit Value Course Mark Document Production Currently DM2201 6 IV Unavailable Micro Database Currently CP2320 2 Applications Unavailable Currently OF2101 Office Management IV 3 Unavailable Workplace Suces & Currently SD1910 2 Adm. Ass. Unavailable Courses Registered for On: 9/12/2011 Course Credit Course Name Course Mark Number Value Document Production DM2200 6 95 III OF2100 Office Management III 3 80 CM2200 Oral Communications 2 80 DM1301 Transcription II 3 85 Courses Registered for On: 5/2/2011 Course Credit Course Name Course Mark Number Value PS2340 Organizational 4 80
Online Grades Continued Courses Registered for On: 1/10/2011 Course Credit Course Course Name Number Value Mark Electronic Spreadsheet CP2310 3 85 Applica DM1300 Transcription I 3 80 Courses Registered for On: 8/30/2010 Course Credit Course Course Name Number Value Mark DM1201 Document Production II 6 85 OF1101 Office Management II 3 90 CM1100 Writing Fundamentals 3 90 Courses Registered for On: 5/3/2010 Course Credit Course Course Name Number Value Mark Computerized Accounting AC2230 3 95 I Courses Registered for On: 1/4/2010 Course Credit Course Course Name Number Value Mark AC2100 Bookkeeping II 4 95 CP1450 Operating Systems 2 90 DM1200 Document Production I 6 85 OF1100 Office Management I 3 95 Courses Registered for On: 8/31/2009 Course Credit Course Course Name Number Value Mark AC1100 Bookkeeping I 4 95 OF2300 MCP Billing 2 90
Online Grades from The Center ForNursing Studies
Online Grades from The Center ForNursing Studies