Dear Recruiting Manager, I am excited to apply for the position of 'Client Care Representative' for Access. I found your ad on Craigslist to my convenience because I am looking to gain the experience in veterinary field. Your job post serves as a great interest of mine because I am seeking to explore the different areas of veterinary medicine; therefore, experiencing the full effect of working in a veterinary office will allow me as well as privilege me to gain the experience I need/want for my future career in working with animals of all kinds. I am a student at California State University of Los Angeles majoring in Liberal Studies. Once I graduate this upcoming spring with my first bachelor's degree, I will be studying Biology as a post-baccalaureate to serve as a prerequisite for my GRE. My goal is to become a veterinarian. Aside from giving me experience in the field, I feel that this position will help expose me to the different areas of veterinary medicine and specific specialties I may one day pursue in my future career. It would also give me useful hands on experience, the opportunity to work closely with veterinary professionals and give me a good foundation to build on. My love for animals goes back as far as I can remember. My pets were some of my best friends and their companionship enriched my life in so many ways. I have had a lifelong special connection to animals -- I care deeply about them and have high ethical standards when it comes to the treatment and protection of all species. This level of connection and care has been a huge motivating factor in selecting a career path. Although I have no work experience in this particular field, I believe that my qualities and skills would be an asset to your organization. Some of the words I would choose to describe myself would be compassionate, friendly, honest, and reliable. Dependability is something I value in myself and my coworkers. I love to put my heart into the task at hand and do things to the best of my abilities. Being a student, quality work and genuine effort is something important to me as it is key to my success. It is a privilege to apply for this position. I hope you will consider me for this valuable opportunity to work as a receptionist for you animal hospital. I would love to arrange an interview to better get to know you and your vision. Feel free to contact me at any time at the above mentioned contact details. Thank you for considering my letter and I look forward to meeting with you soon. Sincerely, Amina Alvarez workers, customers, and patients alike. Service-minded and reliable worker who is motivated by the satisfaction of a job done right. Lifelong love and appreciation for animals of all species. Possesses a strong passion for the field of veterinary medicine and related subjects. Seeking a position that will provide me with the foundation and skills necessary to further my career in veterinary medicine, augmented by my upcoming academic studies in this field.
03/2015 to Current
BaristaCoffee Bean － Playa Vista, CA
Served as a cashier and maintain a proper workplace Work on cold/hot bars, making cold/hot coffees When business is at its peak fast and productive work ethic is provided Having to multitask when customers stir conversation while at the same time getting the job done Satisfying customers with a positive and kind attitude Be a fast learner when new products where being sold and able to educate/sell products to customers.
10/2013 to 06/2014
Cancer Center VolunteerUSC Norris Cancer Center － Los Angeles, CA
Room preparation and I.V.
tray setup for patients undergoing colonoscopy and endoscopy procedures Assisted patients in completing various forms and paperwork related to their treatment Arranged aftercare and inputted information for patients once they had their procedure Once the patient was finished with their procedure I would escort them, in a wheelchair, to their family members waiting in their vehicle Served as a secretary when the receptionist went on break meaning that I answered phones, paged doctors, delivered specimens to the laboratory, assisted patients with any of their needs.
Nong Nooch Gardens － Pattaya, Thailand
Aided the staff at the sanctuary with feeding, cleaning and escorting the elephants to the river for a bath Learned about the behavioral, social, reproductive and feeding habits of the Southeast Asian elephant Had the opportunity to provide developing baby elephants with much-needed playtime and interaction/love Consult with the veterinarians on site about the well-being of all the elephants and their babies.
Bachelors of ArtsCalifornia State University of Los Angeles － Los Angeles, CALetters 2012 current I am currently majoring in Liberal Studies which has no specific course of study. This is an interdisciplinary major that allows different disciplines to intersect to create a new area of study. Along with my major, I am also minoring in Women's/Gender/Sexuality and Chicano Studies as an interest of mine. Concurrently, I am studying Biology to serve as a prerequisite for my post-baccalaureate and to prepare me for my next degree.
Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca － SalamancaSpainStudy abroad for Spanish credits Summer 2014
My recent opportunity to study in Spain allowed me to learn the Castilian form of Spanish to
gain units for school. This experience allowed me to appreciate the true beauty of another
language and obtain the privilege to study language in a foreign nation's academic setting.
Asian University － PattayaThailandStudy abroad for Asian Business & Economics Summer 2013 Being given the opportunity to study Asian Business & Economics gave me a better understanding of Thailand's culture and business operations in Southeast Asia. Myself and a few of my classmates were among those selected to volunteer for a week in a wildlife sanctuary for Asian Elephants in Pattaya.
academic, administrative skills, attention to detail, Biology, business operations, Cash Register, cashier, Excellent customer service, Economics, endoscopy, fast, forms, Letters, Microsoft Office, next, peak, POS, fast learner, receptionist, Spanish, phones, Typing