Subject: input
From: Jeffrey A Pittman <jeffp -at- CLARK -dot- EDU>
Date: Fri, 21 Oct 1994 12:32:07 -0700

Dear Techwhirlers:
Some of you have already received this from me personally, but I
am now doing a mass send-out because we need the input for a financial
board meeting that is quickly comming up. Please forgive me for
abandoning the personal touch, but time is short, and I am slow.
Thank you for your most valuable asset, your time. -- J.P.
Dear Fellow Writers:
I am doing a random survey to help keep the Clark College
Microcomputer Support Specialist Program on the right track. I got your
address by using the Review command to obtain an address list from the
list server. I then chose .com addresses to act as a liason between
myself and the Personnel Managers of the companies chosen. Please
forward this survey to your Personnel Manager. (If you prefer, please
answer the survey yourself. Your input on this subject is just as important
as the input of the personnel department.)
Thank you for your time,
Jeffrey A. Pittman, jeffp -at- clark -dot- edu

Dear Personnel Manager:
I am doing research on the effectiveness of the Clark College
(Vancouver, WA) Microcomputer Support Specialist Program. This program was
designed to supply business and industry with individuals with effective
communication skills and problem-solving abilities. The technical skills
learned in this program include microcomputer hardware and software,
operating systems, application software, computer networks,
organizational abilities and professional development.
If you could please take the time and answer this questionaire, it will
greatly aid us in keeping this program on the track most desired by the
commercial heart of our great country.

1) Our Microcomputer Support Specialist Program requires courses in:
Would you like to see other courses added to this list?--

If yes, which courses?--

2) Would you consider hiring someone directly from a program such as
this one?--

3) Would you be as likely to consider hiring a student from a similiar
program offered by a non-math/engineering/computer sciences division
(i.e. business or english)?--

4) Do you feel that your company may convert to UNIX systems in the near

Thank you for the time you took out of your busy schedule to
answer this survey. This information will help us to provide the
business community with the highly trained individuals it requires to
maintain profitability.
Jeffrey A. Pittman

* Your Thoughts, * Jeffrey A. Pittman *
* Dreams, * M.P. 1.55 R. Ryan-Allen rd. *
* And Ideas * Stevenson, WA 98648 *
* Are Like Balloons...* (509) 427-8380 *
* KEEP 'EM FLYING! * jeffp -at- clark -dot- edu *

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