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The publication series presents cancer incidence data as collected by the regional, state, provincial, and territorial NAACCR-member registries across North America. —-YN;agzg;gor —-Pt;vgat;njy —-FL;ekpz;oai Voter Information —-eF;lhsz;cudz —-yP;axsw;gpl (1) Sample Cover Letters for Student reference (to seek industrial placement) (a) Dear Sir / Madam, Ref: Application for Industrial Training Attachment I am a year # student pursuing the (Name of Course> at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, and wish to apply as a trainee for Industrial Training in your company. Your company is very suitable to me in terms of my area of interest and your location. It is a requirement that I spend three months in an industry prior to the final year programme. As your company is not among those contacted by the University, I have obtained permission from the Dean to submit my application to you directly. I enclose herewith the letters from the University and my particulars. I shall be most grateful if my application is considered favourably. Thank you. Yours faithfully, Student’s name (b) To Whom It May Concern: Dear Sir/Madam, Dear , Application for Industrial Training Placement At [name of company] I would like to apply for the position of Industrial Trainee at your company. [provide reasons why the company should accept your application] [provide the duration of attachment] I enclose my resume for your consideration. Thank You. Yours truly, [name of applicant] [address of applicant] Encl. Resume and Copies of Transcript (c) Dear Sir/Madam, As a student doing Bachelor of at , Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, I am seeking for opportunity to do my industrial training in the area related to my course of study. From the research I have conducted on … [Name of Company] …, I am interested in pursuing … [ name of position] … intern position. … [Briefly describe your interest in this company]… [Highlights two or three key experiences and/or academic achievements that directly relate to the qualifications the employer is seeking]. [Show proves that you have some of the key skills for the position]. Attached is my resume for your review. I would like the opportunity to further discuss with you the …[name of job]… internship and my qualifications. Please let me know if I can call your office to see if we might arrange a convenient time to meet. I look forward to talking with you. Thank you for your consideration. Yours sincerely, Student’s signature Name (2) Sample Resume format (You are advised to use your own format) RESUME Full name (you may use prefix to indicate gender e.g. Ms. or Mr.) Date of birth (attach your recent photo) Address Telephone Email Academic achievements Course : Major : Minor : CGPA : STPM : Grade Aggregate SPM : Grade Aggregate Language spoken and written (indicate level of proficiency) Computer skills (indicate level of proficiency) Extra curricular activities (indicate level of participation) Working experience (indicate salary if significant) Resume dated (3) Sample letter for Acceptance of Offer Student’s Name Address E-mail Date: Contact Person Name of Company Address Dear [Name of Contact Person] Re: Acceptance of Offer for Industrial Training First Name: ______________________________ Last Name: ______________________________ Address: _________________________________ Specialty: ________________________________ License/certification #: ______________________ State of license/certification: _________________ Phone #: _________________________________ Fax #: ___________________________________ If you are related to this student, what is your relationship? _________________________________________ Student Information First Name: ______________________________ Last Name: ______________________________ Diagnosis: _______________________________ Date of diagnosis: _________________________ Date of last visit for condition: ______ _________ Duration of time treating patient: ______________ Identify the procedures/assessments used to diagnose student’s condition (if applicable, attach a copy of test results; e.g. pulmonary function testing, blood tests, allergy testing): __________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ Identify the severity of the condition (check one): ___ Mild ___ Moderate ___ Severe ___ In Remission Does the student take prescription medication for this condition? ___ Yes, specific medications, doses, and frequency: ________________________________________ ___ No Has the student been treated in any emergency room or hospital for this condition within the last year? ___ Yes, total number of hospitalizations and date of last hospitalization: _________________________ ___ No Page 3 of 3 Describe the environmental factors (if any) that exacerbate this condition: ______________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ If the diagnosis is a food allergy, describe the reaction/potential reaction if exposed to allergen: _____________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ Describe how this condition substantially limits a major life activity. Major life activities include, but are not limited to, caring for oneself, performing manual tasks, seeing, hearing, eating, sleeping, walking, standing, sitting, reaching, lifting, bending, speaking, breathing, learning, reading, concentrating, thinking, communicating, interacting with others, and working; and the operation of a major bodily function, including functions of the immune system, special sense organs and skin; normal cell growth; and digestive, genitourinary, bowel, bladder, neurological, brain, respiratory, circulatory, cardiovascular, endocrine, hemic, lymphatic, musculoskeletal, and reproductive functions (29 C.F.R. 1630.2): ______________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Describe the recommended accommodation(s) linked to functional limitations: __________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Describe the reasoning for the recommended accommodation: _______________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Identify the anticipated duration of medical need for the recommended accommodation: __________________ ________________ Dear Interested Party: This letter is to notify you that I have made a decision regarding Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (MFWP) implementation of grazing and hay leases on the Blackleaf Wildlife Management Area (WMA). My decision is to move forward with the proposed action. These leases will allow the removal of current vegetation by grazing or haying to be utilized as a management tool to enhance the subsequent availability and palatability of mule deer, elk and antelope fall and spring forage on that portion of the Blackleaf WMA to be treated. Public comment identified some unanswered questions within the draft Environmental Assessment (EA) on the proposed grazing lease. Two (2) public comments were received. Answers to questions and further clarification are provided in the EA Addendum as attached to this Decision Notice. That EA Addendum reflects intended modification to the draft EA, and as such completes the EA in Final form. Therefore, the draft EA as amended with the EA Addendum, will now be considered final. Thank you for your interest in this project. Sincerely, Gary Bertellotti Regional Supervisor Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks 4600 Giant Springs Rd. 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