RE: Job qualifications dilemma

Subject: RE: Job qualifications dilemma
From: "MacLemale, Laura A. (LNG-MBC)" <Laura -dot- A -dot- MacLemale -at- bender -dot- com>
To: "'TECHWR-L'" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2000 09:44:28 -0500

Hi Chris,

This writing project sounds like a great opportunity, and many times it
takes a great opportunity to get your foot in the door.

Most likely the doctor is aware of your student/intern status, and this does
not count against you if he/she has offered you the job. As Sandy said,
being upfront with the doctor and motivated to do the best job puts you in
good standing. You genuine interest in the subject matter, added to that,
makes you an even better candidate.

(However, do be clear about the terms of your employment with the doctor,
just to protect your own interests.)

This job would be a definite learning experience and resume-builder, and you
may even outperform your own expectations.

Congrats on this opportunity--

Laura A. MacLemale
Technical Communications Coordinator
Matthew Bender, part of LEXIS Publishing
1275 Broadway
Albany, NY 12204
Phone (518) 487-3465
Fax (518) 487-3681
Laura -dot- A -dot- MacLemale -at- bender -dot- com

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