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Cover Letter Medicine Internship Philippines

Sample Internship Cover Letter and Resume

Here's an example of a skills resume. Notice how the writer doesn't forget to highlight her foreign language knowledge.

663 Briar Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70810
Cell: 504-555-5555
kroyal@lsu.edu 

May 9, 2004 

Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers
Teresa Donich, Vice President of Crew Resources
1212 South Acadian Throughway
Baton Rouge, LA 70806 

Dear Mrs. Donich,  

At the suggestion of Ashley Allemand, I am writing to ask you to please consider me for an internship with Raising Cane's in the Human Resources department for the upcoming summer.  I met Ashley at my current job, and she told me about the internship and how it would be a great experience for me. 

Currently, I am in my third year at Louisiana State University.  I'm working to receive a bachelor's degree in Management with a concentration in Human Resources Management.  While in school I worked for the Human Resources Department at Louisiana State University where I assisted the Human Resources manager.  I was in charge of the employee files and helped with their benefits.  I believe that the experience I acquired would help me with the internship. 

I also worked with several other companies, such as Baskin Robbins, American Eagle Outfitters and DeAngelo's Pizzeria, where I developed people skills while working with other employees and customers.  Because communication skills are very important in a human resources job, I believe my experience with customers will facilitate my interaction with other employees.  

In addition to my work experience, I am fluent in both English and Spanish, which I believe will be an asset when interacting with employees whose first language is not English.  I'm looking forward to talking to you about this in person.  I'm available for an interview at your convenience.  Thank you for your attention. 

Sincerely, 

 

Katharine Royal
Enclosure Resume


Katherine Royal
663 Briar Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70810
Cell: 504-555-5555
 klroyal@lsu.edu 

Objective  A summer internship where I may further my knowledge of the human resources field

Education 

Bachelor of Science in Business Management, concentration in Human Resources Management, May 2005
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA      GPA:  3.3/4.0 overall 

Relevant Courses

*Human Resources Management                     *Business Writing
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Interpersonal Communication                         *Advanced Spanish Grammar 

Skills 

Bilingual

  • Fluent in Spanish and English

Communication

  • Acquired people skills through daily interaction with customers at Baskin Robbins, American Eagle Outfitters and DeAngelo's Pizzeria

Management

  • Oversaw the operation of two employees as Shift Manager at Baskin Robbins

  • Trained 10 new employees at DeAngelo's Pizzeria

                Computer

  • Perfected my computer skills in Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel throughout my job in the Human Resources Dept. at Louisiana State University

Employment (paid 100% of living expenses through continuous employment) 

Administrative Assistant-Louisiana State University in Human Resources Department, Baton Rouge, LA
November2003- January 2004 

Server/Trainer-DeAngelo's Pizzeria, Baton Rouge, LA
May 2003- February 2004 

Sales Associate-American Eagle Outfitters, Kenner, LA
Summer 2001 

Sales Associate/Shift Manager-Baskin Robbins, Kenner, LA
August 1999-August 2001 

Honors 

Dean's List--spring 2003 

Board of Supervisor Scholarship--fall 2003 and spring 2004


Brief Memo

 

The internship I am applying for is with Raising Cane's in Baton Rouge, LA as a Human Resources Assistant.  It's a full time position during the summer.  I heard about the internship through Ashley Allemand, who is a current employee at Raising Cane's.  I will assist Ashley, Crew Resources administrator, with employee benefits and worker's compensation plans, posting and advertising job vacancies, and recording and maintaining employee information.

 

Jobs / Internships

Jobs

JOB OPENING FOR A PROJECT TERM PERSONNEL (PTP)FOR OVERSEAS VOTING REGISTRATION

The Philippine Embassy in Washington D.C. is accepting applications for the position of PROJECT TERM PERSONNEL (PTP) to assist in the conduct of the on-going Overseas Voting Registration (OVR).

The contract duration is for a maximum period of three (3) months, subject to renewal.  The PTP will receive a monthly salary rate of $2,024.00.

Main duties and responsibilities of the position:

  1. Preparation of OVR materials;
  2. Information dissemination on OVR through promotional activities and events, among others;
  3. Registration process, including Data Encoding;
  4. Responding to inquiries about OVR; and
  5. Perform other OVR related tasks.

Basic Qualifications of applicants:

  1. Filipino or Dual Citizen;
  2. Computer literate and proficient in data encoding (related work experience preferred);
  3. Customer Service and interpersonal relations skills;
  4. Fluent in written and spoken English and Filipino;
  5. Ability to work under pressure;
  6. Amenable to travel outside the Metro DC area;
  7. Holder of a US Permanent Resident Card or a valid US visa that allows employment; and
  8. Should not be related to a Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) organic personnel/official, whether in the Home Office of Foreign Service, within the fourth degree of consanguinity or affinity.

Deadline of application is on 3 February 2017 (Friday).  Interested applicants should submit the following to admin@philippinesusa.org with the subject line PTP-OAV Application:

  1. Resume with 2x2 size photo;
  2. Covering letter stating suitability for the position; and
  3. Copy of a valid government ID

Applicants qualified for interview will be informed via email.  Interview will be conducted in both English and Filipino.

Inquiries about the position may be sent to admin@philippinesusa.org.


Department of Foreign Affairs Student Internship Program

UPDATE (5 January 2017): Pending review of the Department's policy on Internships at Foreign Service Posts as stipulated in Department Order 15-2015, General Guidelines for the Student Internship Program, the processing of all applications shall be on hold effective immediately and until further notice.

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I. Qualifications:

Students who wish to avail themselves of the Department's Internship Program may apply provided that they meet all of the following criteria:

  1. They should be Filipino citizens (including those with dual citizenship).
  2. They should be currently enrolled in and duly endorsed for internship by an academic institution.
  3. They should be third or fourth year students in an undergraduate program that requires internship.  Students who apply for internship on a voluntary basis may be accepted, depending on the availability of slots.
  4. They should be fit (physically, mentally, emotionally, and psychologically) for internship.

II. Documentary Requirements:

Students who are qualified and who wish to undergo internship shall submit the following documentary requirements:

  1. Application letter that should also enumerate all the documentary requirements that are being submitted together with the application letter.
  2. Endorsement letter from the school signed by the internship coordinator or appropriate authority indicating the name(s) of the applicant(s), required number of hours and other relevant information.  The endorsement letter from the school should also include an Affidavit of Undertaking, taking full responsibility for any work-related injuries or any untoward incident that may happen to the student during their internship period, including repatriation back to the Philippines, should the need arise.
  3. Four 2.54 cm. x 2.54 cm. colored photos to be used for (a) Two copies of Personal History Statement (PHS) forms; (b) One temporary DFA pass; and (c) One for file.
  4. Original and updated NBI Clearance or if the applicant is a resident of the US, Police Clearance from the City or State where the applicant is a resident.
  5. Two (2) duly accomplished Personal History Statement forms (downloadable fromhttp://www.philippineembassy-usa.org/uploads/pdfs/PHS.pdf)
  6. Medical Certificate attesting to the good health of the applicant.
  7. Certificate from a licensed psychologist attesting to the student's psychological fitness.
  8. Students based in the Philippines and who are accepted as interns at the Embassy are required to submit the following additional documents:
    1. Three (3) notarized copies of signed waiver (Release and Waiver of Liability, Assumption of Risk and Indemnity, and Parental Consent)
    2. Three (3) original Joint Affidavit of Consent and Support for Travel signed by student's parent(s) or legal guardian(s)
    3. Certification of prospective address in the US
    4. Three (3) copies of signed confidentiality statement (Form 2)
    5. Notarized copy of passport and appropriate US visa
    6. Three (3) notarized copies of valid travel and international medical insurance policy

Any questions related to the following documents may be directed to the Human Resources Management Office (HRMO), 3rd Floor, DFA Building, 2330 Roxas Blvd., Pasay City, telephone number 834-4000 (trunkline).

III. Internship Program Admission Procedures/Guidelines:

  1. Applicants from the Philippines must directly submit their applications addressed to the Assistant Secretary of Human Resources Management Office (HRMO) of the Department of Foreign Affairs in Manila.  Those who are residing in the US may address their applications to the Ambassador, Embassy of the Philippines, 1600 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20036.
  2. Applicants shall be wholly responsible for  their own travel documents, such as passport and visa.
  3. Applicants who are accepted as interns shall shoulder their own airfare, accommodation, travel and medical insurance, as well as other expenses related to their internship.
  4. Applicants must submit their applications for internship no less than two (2) months prior to the intended start date of the internship.
  5. Applicants shall be notified in due course whether their applications have been approved or denied.
  6. For more information, applicants may email admin@philippinesusa.org or call telephone number (202) 467-9377.

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