Archive for November, 2012

Proposal Letter Example: Do you want the job – or not?

| November 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

The proposal letter is a key component when assembling a written business proposal. In the business world, the ability to properly communicate business goals is extremely important. A poorly prepared or executed written presentation can cost you or your company money if it causes you to lose business. This proposal letter provides the reader with basic information about […]

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Application for a Summer Job Letter – Sell Your Strengths

| November 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

This application letter for a summer job letter will give you the necessary introduction you need to land a summer job successfully.  There are many students looking for summer employment so you will need a way to make your application stand out.  For one thing if you will focus on the needs of the company […]

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Example of an Application Letter for a Summer Job

| November 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

Every year, application letters for a summer job flood the market, as students look for interesting, career-related summer jobs and internships. The key to their success lies in the preparation for, and an early start in, the job search process. This process has the following rules – Firstly, determine your priorities. What is it you […]

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Waiver letter example: release from obligation might need even more powerful cover, as a backup

| November 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Waiver/Release of Liability document is signed by someone who hopes to join in some kind of activity – a school trip, for example – and given to the person who is coordinating this activity. The writer of the waiver letter releases the person in charge – and, say, the school body – from liability […]

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Waiver Letter Example – Draw One Up for Your Own Protection

| November 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

There will be many times when a waiver letter will be needed to document an agreement between two parties.  It is used to verify an arrangement made and the release from liability by the major party.  It will usually be for a specific situation, time and place.  This will be a legally binding agreement and […]

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Parking Ticket Waiver Letter Example: Release From Obligation to Pay

| November 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

A letter of waiver is a type of business letter that is used to verify that someone has waived (or set aside) one of their rights, or that an obligation they would normally be under has been waived.  For example, if someone was intending to shoot pheasants on private land, the owner of the land […]

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DUI Character Reference Letter – Give Them Your Full Support

| November 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

If you have been asked to write a DUI character reference letter for a friend, employee, business associate or other acquaintance, be ready and willing to give that person your full support.  DUI offenses in any state are taken very seriously.  They will need someone or several people to vouch for them, to let the […]

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Example Character Letter DUI: This reference of yours might help turn a life around

| November 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

A positive character letter, in a DUI criminal charge, is one of the most important pieces of evidence submitted to a Court.  When a criminal charge is filed against someone, a good DUI character letter at their Court appearance will make a positive impression on the Judge, and may tip the balance in favor of […]

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Example of a Letter Requesting an Assistive Technology Evaluation

| November 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

A possible reason for writing a letter requesting assistive technology evaluation might be that the Individualized Education Program (IEP) may have turned out not to be adequate for your child’s particular needs. It may have been appropriate in the beginning, but perhaps your child’s condition has changed and a new support program now needs to […]

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Example Letter Requesting Assistive Technology Evaluation – What Your Child Needs and Deserves

| November 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

In this example of a letter requesting an assistive technology evaluation you will see how to address this very important issue.   If this is for your child it is something you will feel very strongly about and committed to following through on.   This is a major concern for parents of disabled children.  Parents understand the […]

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