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Subject:UNSPECIFIED BY SENDER From:LYNN PERRY <LPERRY -at- RADAR -dot- BITNET> Date:Fri, 30 Apr 1993 10:53:00 -00
My name is Barbara Retzlaff. I am a graduate student in the
Technical Communication Program at Bowling Green State University,
Bowling Green, Ohio. I will finish my coursework by June 25th
and I am searching for an internship to complete my Master's Degree.
Although I am flexible where I do my internship, I would like to
work on the east coast in business or industry. If I was able
to be specific I would like to hear of something in the Raleigh/
Triangle Park area.
The internship requires approximately 300 hours of work (7 1/2
weeks, full time), and I would appreicate any leads or openings.
My background is strong in computers (i.e., Quattro, Paradox, WP5.1,
DOS, MS Works, MS Word, Pagemaker, Powerpoint), and Spanish. I
would appreciate finding a position involving technical editing,
technical writing, translation, publicity writing, etc.
Thank you for any assistance this network can provide.
Please direct your message to me through the following address: