O) Letters of Recommendation
Student Name Vitaly V. Vasilenko
To be completed by an instructor familiar with the student work; in his or her field of specification.
In the recommendation, please provide a candid evaluation of the applicant's part academic performance and your assessment of his or her ability to participate on an educational exchange program in the United States. Your statement will be given considerable importance by American universities and colleges reviewing this student's application, and therefore should be as completed and detailed as possible. Your comments can be continued on the reverse side if more space is needed. This recommendation should be typewritten and in English, if possible. If not in English, an accurate translation must be attached. All recommendations must be certified with the official seal of the instructor's institution.
It is a pleasure to write this letter of recommendation to support the candidacy of Vitaly V. Vasilenko for 1996-97 USIA-ACTR/ /ACCELS FSA Undergraduate Program. I can evaluate his progress in English, as well as in Economics because for the past two years I have been his English teacher and have worked closely with him.
As a student in Finance, Vitaly Vasilenko has distinguished |himself by his deep interest in the subjects studied at the University and in the modern tendencies in current economy of the country, its financial situation and ways of positive development. He needs more knowledge of laws and economic tendencies in developed countries.
Last year Vitaly in his paper «Banking in Ukraine», investigated the problem of Ukrainian banking and told his report on the topic at the annual students' scientific conference. His views and ideas were independent and rather interesting.
At all classes Vitaly always shows good knowledge of the subject and his readiness for disputing and exchanging opinions on general and specific economic problems. He has a good command of both spoken and written English. Being an industrious and diligent student he also demonstrates creative and untraditional approach in his studies and research.
Out of studies Vitaly is an active, initiative man, patient and amiable with his class-mates. I can recommend him as a highly responsible and reliable student. I believe that Vitaly V. Vasilenko will be able to participate successfully in an educational exchange program in the United States. I support with enthusiasm his application for that possibility.
Name of Recommender Natalya Shamkhalova
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To: Messrs. A.Clifford, B. Thompson, M. Muliner
From: S. Pavlenko
Date: April 21, 1996
Subject: On outgoing premium circuit use
In accordance with the decision made at the meeting that took place on March 2, 1996, Network strategy & planning department carries out the study of traffic capacity from premium subscribers and its relation with traffic on regular circuit groups.
However, taking into consideration the fact that we began to receive the above mentioned information from Billing department only from this February, at the moment the objective assessment of the situation is impossible.
We shall inform you additionally on the measures being taken on premium circuit use after March and April data summarizing and analysis.
Network Strategy & Planning
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Jennifer Maxwell Strauss
Present Address Permanent Address
P.O. Box 23383, 274 Alpha road
Emory University West Chester, PA
Atlanta, GA 30322 19150
(404) 555-8550 (215) 555-5939
Objective An internship in advertising
Education Emory University, School of Business
Administration Atlanta, GA
Candidate for BBA degree, May 1993
Activities Panhellenic Representative, 1990-1991
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority
Participated in weekly meetings that were held to allocate funds to sponsor various all-university events. Liaison between the Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority and the Panhellenic Board.
Experience Administrative Assistant
December 1990-January 1991
The Craft Fashion Institute, Philadelphia, PA
Coordinated information to produce course syllabi.
Proofread and oversaw printing of course catalog system in the library. Organized and maintained the director of education's office.
Kamikaze Kids, Philadelphia, PA
Promoted unique, upscale children's clothing.
Responsibilities included opening and closing the store and making
Cash register experience.
Public Relations Intern
March 1989-June 1989
Elkman Advertising, Philadelphia, PA
Worked closely with the account executive for the McDonald's Corporation.
Responsibilities included following-up press releases and television spots, calling various media offices, and arranging interviews with local celebrities to promote
McDonald's various public relations interests.
Working knowledge of BASIC computer language. Extensive travel in the United States, Europe, and Mexico. Hobbies
include theatre, reading, and music.
Available upon request.
1355 Edna Street, Napa, CA 94558
Home phone: (415) 555-5760
Office: (415) 5555-5745
Objective Sales, Leading to Sales Supervision
Areas of Knowledge Personal selling
Fluent in Spanish
Files and records
Shorthand, 90 wpm
Typing, 55 wpm
July 1988 to present Salesperson, Fabric Imports, Napa, California Responsible for sales and
customer relations. Achievements include being top salesperson for last three years and adding ten new accounts.
Jan. 1984 to July 1988
Secretary to Dean of Instruction, Richland College, Dallas, Texas.
Responsibilities including full secretarial service, handling student complaints,
handling all confidential faculty records, composing letters and memos on word
processor, and taking dictation.
Feb. 1983 to Dec. 1983
Fountain Clerk (part-time), Jack-in-the- Box, Dallas, Texas
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