Indiana University Southeast
Hello, prospective students. My name is Thomas, and I am a senior at Indiana University Southeast. My major is Speech Communication. I am looking to graduate in May 2012 and pursue a career in public relations or management (whichever may come first). I am 25 years old and have received a Core 40 diploma from New Albany High School in 2004. There are many features that separate me from other candidates that should be strong in your considerations.
First, I am fairly young and able to connect with children and teenagers. It would be in your best interest to utilize my extraordinary communication skills. Reading, speaking, and writing effectively are my key areas of emphasis. While pursuing my Bachelor's Degree, I have wrote several compositions that I have available for viewing. Besides English and Language Arts(grammar), I am proficient in computer technology. Microsoft Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word are used often for my homework requirements.
The computer software is being used in the classroom daily and I am able to use it effectively. Also, my oratory abilities allow me to aid in speech writing and communication techniques to aid children in the classroom. Proper enunciation of words is necessary because we write the way we speak. If oratory skills are inefficient, the written skills and techniques are sure to follow.
Parents, I specialize in visual learning and making correlations. The more a child can mentally vision the problem, the greater the ability to mentally solve it. Please consider me because I am currently on the cutting edge of technology and also deeply entangled in the web of learning.
Thanks for taking time to read my profile and good luck.
Hello, prospective students. My name is Thomas, and I am a senior at Indiana University Southeast. My major is Speech Communication. I am looking to graduate in May 2012 and pursue a career in public relations or management (whichever may come first). I am 25 years old and have received a
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