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                                                         PAGE
I. WRITING A RÉSUMÉ
     A. REASONS FOR A RÉSUMÉ                                  2
     B. FACTS ABOUT RÉSUMÉS                                   2
     C. COMMONLY INCLUDED SECTIONS                            3
     D. SAMPLE RÉSUMÉ FOR A STUDENT WITH
        WORK EXPERIENCE                                       4
     E. SAMPLE RÉSUMÉ FOR A STUDENT WITH NO
        WORK EXPERIENCE                                       5

II. LETTER OF APPLICATION/COVER LETTER
      A. REASONS FOR COVER LETTER                             6
      B. FACTS ABOUT COVER LETTERS                            6
      C. FORMAT FOR COVER LETTER                              7
      D. SAMPLE COVER LETTER                                  8
      E. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION/FOLDING LETTER                9

III. COMPLETING A JOB APPLICATION
      A. TIPS ON COMPLETING AN APPLICATION                  10

IV. INTERVIEWING
     A. DO’S AND DON’TS OF INTERVIEWING                11-12
     B. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS                        12
     C. QUESTIONS YOU MAY ASK                             12

V. THE FOLLOW-UP LETTER
    A. REASONS FOR A FOLLOW-UP LETTER                       13
    B. FORMAT FOR A FOLLOW-UP LETTER                        14
    C. SAMPLE FOLLOW-UP LETTER                              14

VI. PRACTICE DOCUMENTS                                 15-18




Employability Skills Handbook                       Page 1 of 18
                                     WRITING A RÉSUMÉ


REASONS FOR A RÉSUMÉ:
     To gain a potential employer’s interest

     To obtain an interview

     To give the potential employer information about your qualifications and education


FACTS ABOUT RÉSUMÉS:

     A résumé is a word portrait of who you are as a potential employee.

     A résumé is a summary of your skills, qualities, and accomplishments

     A résumé can be compared to a television commercial. Like a television commercial,
      your résumé makes an appeal to someone—in your case, the prospective employer.
      However, the product you are selling in this instance is yourself—your abilities,
      accomplishments, and insight.

     Just as the average television commercial has 30 seconds to grab and hold its audience to
      make a convincing pitch for its product, you have only 30 seconds to grab and hold the
      attention of your prospective employer. The average résumé gets skimmed for about 30
      seconds at most! Therefore, the recommendation is that a résumé be one page.




                                IMPORTANT POINT. . . . . . .

You should always attach your résumé to any letter of application/cover letter or to the
application form. This gives an employer one more opportunity to see the best possible written
picture of you.




Employability Skills Handbook                                                 Page 2 of 18
            THE SECTIONS MOST COMMONLY INCLUDED IN A RÉSUMÉ ARE:

PERSONAL

     List your name, complete address, phone number, and e-mail address.

JOB OBJECTIVE

     Specify the kind of job or field of employment you want.
     Keep it general (you can elaborate in the letter of application).

EDUCATION

     List your most recent education first.
     List school name and address, expected date of graduation or date of high school
      completion, and any specific programs of study/special training you have.

WORK EXPERIENCE

       Show both paid and non-paid work.
       Show current or most recent job first.
       List employer’s complete address and phone number.
       List duties, responsibilities, job tasks.
       Show starting and ending dates of your experience (month and year is sufficient).

SKILLS/SPECIAL INTERESTS**

     List skills, such as keyboarding, computers, metals, construction, etc.
     List clubs and organizations to which you belong along with the years in the club and any
      officer positions.
     List special awards and certificates.
     List hobbies and special interests.

REFERENCES

     Some résumés may be too long to include references on the page. In that case, type
        references on a separate page. Use the following guidelines:
            o Show name, job title, company name, address, area code and telephone number.
            o Use teachers, counselors, and business people.
            o Former employers are great references.
            o Always ask permission before using someone as a reference.
            o List three to five references.
            o Never use family members or classmates.
**Other common sections are Hobbies and Awards OR Honors and Recognition.


Employability Skills Handbook                                                  Page 3 of 18
    SAMPLE RÉSUMÉ OF A HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WITH WORK EXPERIENCE

                                       Teresa A. Teasdale
                                      310 Royal Oak Court
                                    Daytona, FL 32017-1157
                                         (904) 136-7289
                                     tateasdale@yahoo.com


Education

    Senior at Jefferson High School
    High School Diploma, pending graduation
    Major emphasis: Administrative Services
    Grade Average: 3.70; upper 10% of class

School Activities

    Editor, Jefferson Telegram, senior year; reporter two years

    Vice President, Future Business Leaders of America, senior year; member three years

    National Technical Honor Society, junior and senior years


Work Experience

    Studio Assistant, Fischer Studio, Daytona Beach, FL, August 1995 to present. Work 15
    hours a week as a studio assistant; schedule appointments, maintain customer database, and
    respond to customer inquiries.

    Bookkeeper, The Printing Press, Daytona Beach, FL, May 1994 to July 1995. Processed
    accounts receivable and reconciled bank statements.

    Camp Assistant, Camp Clearwater, Lake City, FL, summer 1993.

References

    Ms. Ann C. Rutgers, Administrative Service Instructor, Jefferson High School, 8230
    Riverwood Dr., Daytona Beach, FL 32019-3827, (904) 132-8286.

    Mr. Jeremiah Fischer, Owner, Fischer Studio, 839 Franklin Dr., Daytona Beach, FL 32019-
    8321, (904) 136-8256.

    Ms. Ruth Stewart, Manager, The Printing Press, 289 Seminole Ave., Daytona Beach, FL
    32019-7585, (904) 132-2819.



Employability Skills Handbook                                                 Page 4 of 18
                    SAMPLE RÉSUMÉ OF A HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WITH
                               NO WORK EXPERIENCE


                                         Susan Y. Miller
                                        1049 Spring Street
                                        Atlanta, GA 49084
                                          (404) 555-5656

OBJECTIVE: Seeking entry-level position in a retail business where I can gain experience in
           business operations and management.

EDUCATION: Northside High School, Atlanta, Georgia
           August 2004 to present
           Expected date of graduation: May 2008

                  Courses Studied:         Computer Applications
                                           Business Document Processing
                                           Accounting I and II
                                           Spanish I, II, and III

                  Special Skills:          Microsoft Word 2003
                                           Excel 2003
                                           Access 2003
                                           PowerPoint 2003
                                           Telephone Experience
                                           Typing Speed – 55 wpm

                  General Background:      Reliable
                                           Positive Attitude
                                           Honest
                                           Dependable
                                           Responsible

ACTIVITIES: Served as president of FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), Varsity
            basketball and soccer for four years, received award as Best Defensive Player
            for basketball and Most Valuable Player for soccer.

REFERENCES:

    Ms. Ann C. Rutgers, Administrative Service Instructor, Jefferson High School, 8230
    Riverwood Dr., Daytona Beach, FL 32019-3827, (904) 132-8286.

    Mr. Jeremiah Fischer, Owner, Fischer Studio, 839 Franklin Dr., Daytona Beach, FL 32019-
    8321, (904) 136-8256.

    Ms. Ruth Stewart, Manager, The Printing Press, 289 Seminole Ave., Daytona Beach, FL
    32019-7585, (904) 132-2819.

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          WRITING A LETTER OF APPLICATION/COVER LETTER

REASONS FOR A LETTER OF APPLICATION:
    Employers ask for Letters of Application/Cover Letters to find
     out how much effort an applicant is willing to make to get the
     job.

    Employers may want to know how well you express yourself
     in writing.

    It is your chance to sell yourself to the employer to get an
     interview.

    The letter of application should be mailed with your résumé.



FACTS ABOUT LETTERS OF APPLICATION:

     Your first contact with a prospective employer may be your Letter of Application/Cover
      Letter. Employers use Letters of Application to efficiently sort out those applicants they
      wish to interview.

     Letters of Application that are not neat or that contain spelling or grammar errors are
      eliminated first.

     It is essential that your Letter of Application/Cover Letter be well written so that you are
      one of those who are granted an interview.

     You should say enough but not too much.

     Ask at least two people to proofread your Letter of Application/Cover Letter before
      sending it to a prospective employer.



Good Idea: Call the company to which you are applying and ask for the name of the
person in charge of hiring.




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              FORMAT FOR A LETTER OF APPLICATION/COVER LETTER:

CENTER THE LETTER VERTICALLY: (1) Choose File, Page Setup (2) Click on Layout tab (3)
Change the Vertical Alignment to Center

Current Date (ex. October 1, 2007)

                                                 Enter 4 times

Human Resource Person’s Name, Title
Company Name
Company Address
City, State ZIP Code
     Double space (enter twice)
Dear Title (Mr., Mrs., Dr. Ms.):
    Double space
 st
1 paragraph
     Indicate how you learned about the opening.
     Specify the job or type of work you are seeking.
     State that you are applying for the job and how you are a good candidate for the
       job.
     Mention a specific referral or contact person in the company if you have one.

2nd paragraph
    Discuss your strongest qualification (ex. Your recent education).
    Describe work experience as it relates to the job.
    Include a statement about your accomplishments and how they relate to the job.
    Mention that you have enclosed your résumé.
    Show how your qualifications match those needed for the position.

3rd paragraph
     Ask for an interview.
     Offer to meet with the interviewer at his/her convenience.
     Tell how, when, and where you can be reached.
     State Please let me know if there is any other information you need.
                 Double space
Complimentary Close,

           Enter 4 times (You will sign here.)

Your Name Typed
Your Address
City, State ZIP Code
Phone number (area code included)
                         Double space
Enclosure (Your résumé should be enclosed in the same envelope.)



Employability Skills Handbook                                           Page 7 of 18
                   SAMPLE LETTER OF APPLICATION/COVER LETTER




October 1, 2007



Ms. Jenna Jones
Human Resources Director
Regency Insurance Company
1539 Central Boulevard
Toccoa, GA 30577

Dear Ms. Jones:

As advertised in The Toccoa Record, you have a secretarial position available
November 1, 2007. Please consider me an eager and qualified applicant.

Currently I am completing my senior year at Stephens County High School. During
the past two years, I have taken courses in Computer Applications and Accounting. I
am skilled in keyboarding, Microsoft Word 2003, Excel 2003, and PowerPoint 2003. I
have been able to apply these skills at Fischer Studio, where I have worked as an
office assistant for almost twp years.

My work experience and school activities have given me the chance to work with
people to achieve group and team goals. Participating in FBLA has given me an
appreciation of the business world.

The opportunity to interview with you to discuss the possibility of employment will be
greatly appreciated. To schedule an interview, please call me at (706) 886-1234 after
3:30 p.m. I am looking forward to meeting you.

Sincerely yours,



Sam Walton
72 Lakeshore Drive
Toccoa, GA 30577
(706) 886-1234

Enclosure




Employability Skills Handbook                                           Page 8 of 18
          ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR YOUR LETTER OF APPLICATION/
                             COVER LETTER:
     Mail your reply to a newspaper advertisement within three days of its appearance
      in the newspaper.

     Use plain white paper (8 ½” x 11”).

     Use only one side of the paper.

     Type the letter.

     Center the letter vertically on the page (File, page setup, Layout, Vertical
      Alignment Center).

     Avoid mistakes, typographical, misspellings, or crossed out words.

     Keep your letter short and to the point: 3 or 4 paragraphs are sufficient.

     Sign the original, typed copy of your letter in ink and send it to the employer.
      Keep a copy to use as an example for your next letter and for follow-up
      procedures.


SELECTING AND ADDRESSING THE ENVELOPE:
When you have completed your Letter of Application/Cover Letter, you should mail it in
a legal-size (No. 10) white envelope. Be certain that it is correctly addressed.




FOLD YOUR LETTER AS FOLLOWS:




Employability Skills Handbook                                             Page 9 of 18
                                COMPLETING A JOB APPLICATION

One of the first things you will be asked to do for an interview is fill out a job application form.
Employers get more information from an application than facts and numbers. They check:

         Your neatness                                 Your writing and reading skills

         Your spelling and grammar                     Your organizational skills

    The application is one more chance for you to keep your name in the “prospective employee”
    file and out of the trash can.

    So, treat the application with the respect that it demands and don’t do a sloppy job!!!


                                TIPS FOR COMPLETING A JOB APPLICATION

           Scan the whole application before you begin to write.
           Always print in ink (black is preferred).
           Think before you write to avoid mistakes.
           If you do make mistakes, draw one line through it. Don’t scribble it out.
           Put something in every blank. The employer needs to know that you did read it, but
            it just doesn’t fit your situation. So, if it doesn’t apply to you, write N/A (this means
            that it does not apply to you), or draw a line (----) in each box. Do not write “see
            résumé” even though you are attaching one.
           Have all your data handy. It is a good idea to take your résumé or a personal data
            sheet with you. Then, you will have all your dates, addresses, etc., ready. It also
            shows good planning on your part.
           Follow the directions printed on the application. Show the employer that you can
            do what is expected of you.
           Be as specific as possible with all answers.
           Be neat and accurate. This simple piece of paper paints a picture of you. Take
            advantage of this and make sure to paint the best picture possible.
           SPELL CORRECTLY. If you don’t know how to spell a word, pick another word
            with the same meaning to use instead.
           Be honest. Don’t give false information.
           Salary desired? The best answers are: negotiable, flexible, or open.




Employability Skills Handbook                                                     Page 10 of 18
                                 INTERVIEWING: THIS IS IT!


                          You’ve made it to the interview!! Now what?

The job interview can be one of the most important few minutes of your life.
Your letter of application/cover letter, résumé, and application form may have impressed the
employer; but it’s the interview that will be the deciding factor in whether or not you get the job.

Do not take the interview lightly. You wouldn’t dream of playing a football game without
working on several plays in advance. You shouldn’t walk into a job interview without advanced
preparation.

                        DO’S AND DON’TS OF INTERVIEWING
DO’S

    1. DO take a copy of your résumé, references, and personal data sheet. (A pocket résumé
        will be helpful.
    2. DO make a trial run to be certain of the location and travel time.
    3. DO arrive 10-15 minutes early to use the restroom, find offices, allow for unexpected
        traffic problems, and to RELAX!
    4. DO get a good night’s sleep the night before so you will be mentally alert.
    5. DO express enthusiasm. Smile and offer a firm handshake upon meeting the interviewer
        or other staff; speak clearly and directly, and vary the tone of your voice.
    6. DO remember and correctly pronounce the names of people you meet (or are speaking
        with over the phone). (Jot them down to help you remember them.)
    7. DO use “please” and “thank you” when appropriate.
    8. DO answer interview questions completely.
    9. DO sit up straight and maintain good eye contact.
    10. DO dress appropriately (no jeans or tennis shoes) and be well-groomed. Limit jewelry,
        fragrance, and make-up. If hair is below shoulder length, keep it from getting in your
        face or falling forward during the interview.
    11. DO come alone. Don’t bring a relative or friend.
    12. DO get information about the company ahead of time.
    13. DO keep a pleasant, interested expression on your face during the interview.
    14. DO keep your gestures natural. Minimize distinctive habits such as hand twisting or leg
        shaking.
    15. DO be observant. Pick up on nonverbal cues. (Body language, facial expressions, etc.)
    16. DO sell your qualifications rather than your need for the job.
    17. DO listen carefully to the interviewer.
    18. DO have a list of appropriate questions. (Don’t bring out the list during the interview.
        Know the questions without having to have a reference sheet.)
    19. DO thank the interviewer when the interview is over.
    20. DO follow up the interview with a letter.




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    DON’TS

    1. DON’T ask questions about pay and benefits as your first question. It is appropriate to
        ask about pay at the conclusion of the interview if the interviewer has not discussed it.
    2. DON’T act as if you have to have this job no matter what.
    3. DON’T interrupt. If you have questions or need clarification, wait for the logical break
        in the conversation before speaking. (Or wait until the interviewer asks you if you have
        questions at the end of the interview.)
    4. DON’T bring up personal matters (personal problems, financial matters, health issues).
        Focus on your qualifications for the job.
    5. DON’T criticize former employers or co-workers.
    6. DON’T give petty excuses such as: “The work was too hard”; “The people I worked
        with were not nice.”
    7. DON’T be unaware of the effect you are having on the interviewer (watch body
        language).
    8. DON’T chew gum, smoke, play with your hair, or constantly adjust your clothes. If
        offered coffee, tea, or soda, decline. These actions are a definite distraction.
    9. DON’T place anything on the interviewer’s desk or read any papers or handle any items
        on the desk.
    10. DON’T bring bulky items to the interview. A small notebook and pen for note taking is
        acceptable.

QUESTIONS JOB INTERVIEWERS FREQUENTLY ASK

    1. Tell me something about yourself (or describe yourself). Keep the
        qualities you name directed toward the job as much as possible.
    2. Tell me about the work you’ve been doing.
    3. What are some of your strengths? Weaknesses?
    4. What skills do you have that would be of value for this job?
    5. What jobs have you had in the past? Why did you leave these jobs?
        (Don’t be critical of previous employers.)
    6. Why are you interested in working for our company?
    7. What do you see yourself doing five years from now? Ten years from now?
    8. How many days of school did you miss last year?
    9. Do you work well under pressure? Can you give me an example?
    10. Why should we hire you?
    11. Do you have any questions?

QUESTIONS YOU MAY ASK AT THE END OF THE INTERVIEW

You will have an opportunity to ask questions during the interview. You should go already
prepared with some questions to ask the interviewer. Some questions you might ask are:

    1.   What are the duties and responsibilities for this position?
    2.   What are you looking for in an employee?
    3.   Are opportunities available for continuing education or training?
    4.   When do you expect to make a decision on the position?
    5.   What is the starting salary? (Asked at the close of the interview if it has not been
         mentioned before then.)

Employability Skills Handbook                                                     Page 12 of 18
                                  THE FOLLOW-UP LETTER

The “Thank You” letter is a powerful statement that is heard too seldom. This letter can
set you apart from all the other applicants.


Every interview should be followed up by a thank you letter.

           This is one more chance to show that you really do want to work for that company.
           This is also one more chance to get your name in front of the employer, and,
            hopefully, keep it out of the wastebasket.

FACTS ABOUT THE THANK YOU LETTER:
                                                                                 April 10, 2007


           This letter should be mailed as soon as you get home from
                                                                                 Mr. John Smith
            the interview.                                                       3298 Bryant Lane
                                                                                 Toccoa, GA 30577

           It is an opportunity to restate your qualifications and to leave a   Dear Mr. Smith:

            fresh impression in the mind of the reader.                          The invaluable experience I have gained while working
                                                                                 with your organization will stay with me throughout my

           Send a thank-you letter to employers and employment contacts         working career. Your patience in training me and helping
                                                                                 me learn skills that I could not have learned in a school
                                                                                 setting is something that I needed and benefited from so
            whenever they have extended themselves in any way on behalf          much.

            of your job search.                                                  It is a pleasure to work with (your organization name), and
                                                                                 I plan to continue my educational (or work) pursuits in this

        
                                                                                 area in order to become a full-time professional (?). You
            Follow standard business format for the thank-you letter.            and my co-workers have always been helpful and
                                                                                 encouraging
           The thank-you letter should restate your interest in the position    as I have acquired the skills for my job, and thank you for
                                                                                 allowing me to be trained in such an ideal setting.

            and/or company.                                                      My future plans are to work in this area, and I am looking
                                                                                 forward to using your example as my role model.
           Be brief and to the point.                                           Sincerely yours,

           Always plan your follow-up. Make it a point to tell the person
            when and how they can expect to hear from you in the future.         YOUR NAME


           If there are multiple people involved, such as with a panel
            interview, be sure to send a letter to each person. When sending
            more than one thank-you letter, it is more effective if you vary
            each one.
           Always send a written thank-you letter to a person by name.




Employability Skills Handbook                                                    Page 13 of 18
                       SAMPLE THANK YOU LETTER WITH FORMAT




October 1, 2007

    (enter 4 times)

Ms. Susan Smith
Personnel Director
BBB Medical Supply
Athens, GA 30602
    (double space)
Dear Ms. Smith:
   (double space)
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to interview for the job as a mechanic. My training and
volunteer experience has prepared me for a position as a mechanic, and I am confident that I
possess the skills and abilities needed for this job.

As we discussed, I have recently earned a diploma in automotive technology. My knowledge in
this area is thorough, and I have excellent skills. I am reliable and responsible and believe I
would be an asset to your company.

I look forward to speaking with you in the near future. If there is further information that would
be helpful as you consider my application, please let me know.
    (double space)
Sincerely yours,

    (enter 4 times)

Joe Maines




Employability Skills Handbook                                                  Page 14 of 18
                              PRACTICE LETTER OF APPLICATION/COVER LETTER


Use the lines below to write a letter of application/cover letter for a job you would like to
have.




Date




Person’s name and job title

Name of the company

Street Address

City, State ZIP

Dear                          :




                                  .




                                                                          .



                              .


Sincerely yours,




Your name

Your street address

City, State ZIP

Your telephone number


Enclosure




Employability Skills Handbook                                                 Page 15 of 18
                                    PRACTICE RÉSUMÉ OUTLINE



                                    (Student Name) __________________________

                            (Street Address) _______________________________________

                                 (City, State ZIP) _______________________________

                                    (Telephone No.) __________________________

                                (E-mail address) __________________________________



OBJECTIVE:

                                                                                           .

EDUCATION: (Name of School) ____________________________
           (Expected date of graduation) ___________________
           (Skills learned, courses taken, etc.) ___________________________________
                 ___________________________________________________________
                 ___________________________________________________________

WORK EXPERIENCE: (Name of Business) _________________________ (Date) ________
                 (Address) _______________________________________________
                 (Duties) ________________________________________________
                          ________________________________________________

SKILLS/INTERESTS: _________________________________________________________
                  _________________________________________________________
                  _________________________________________________________

HONORS/AWARDS: __________________________________________________________
               __________________________________________________________
               __________________________________________________________

REFERENCES: (Three references--name, job title, place of employment, street address, city,
             state ZIP, telephone number.)




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                                JOB APPLICATION FACT SHEET


PERSONAL

Name: ___________________________________ Social Security No. ___________________

Street address: _________________________________________________________________

City: __________________________ State: _____________________ ZIP: ______________

How long have you lived at that address? _________________ Date of birth: _______________

Your phone number of a number where a message can be left: ___________________________

Name and telephone number of a person to contact in an emergency: ______________________

Type of job desired: _____________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________


PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT

Job Title: ____________________________________________________________________
Employer: ___________________________________________________________________
Street Address: _______________________________________________________________
City: ________________________ State: ____________________ ZIP _________________
Phone: ______________________________ FAX: __________________________________
Dates employed: ___________________________ Reason for leaving: __________________

Job Title: ____________________________________________________________________
Employer: ___________________________________________________________________
Street Address: _______________________________________________________________
City: ________________________ State: ____________________ ZIP _________________
Phone: ______________________________ FAX: __________________________________
Dates employed: ___________________________ Reason for leaving: __________________

Job Title: ____________________________________________________________________
Employer: ___________________________________________________________________
Street Address: _______________________________________________________________
City: ________________________ State: ____________________ ZIP _________________
Phone: ______________________________ FAX: __________________________________
Dates employed: ___________________________ Reason for leaving: __________________




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EDUCATION/TRAINING

School most recently attended: ____________________________________________________
Address: _____________________________________________________________________
Dates attended: __________________________ Degree (Diploma) earned: ________________
Activities, honors, clubs, sports: ___________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________

School attended before most recent: ________________________________________________
Address: _____________________________________________________________________
Dates attended: __________________________ Degree (Diploma) earned: ________________
Activities, honors, clubs, sports: ___________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________

OTHER

    1. What achievements in life are you most proud of? _______________________________
       ________________________________________________________________________

    2. What are your personal strengths? ____________________________________________
       ________________________________________________________________________

    3. What are your weakest areas? _______________________________________________

    4. What are your goals for the next five years? ___________________________________
       _______________________________________________________________________

REFERENCES

Name: _______________________________ Job Title: ______________________________
Place of employment: __________________________________________________________
Street address: ________________________________________________________________
City: __________________________ State: ___________________ ZIP Code ____________
Telephone No. __________________ Relationship (employer, teacher, clergy): _____________

Name: _______________________________ Job Title: ______________________________
Place of employment: __________________________________________________________
Street address: ________________________________________________________________
City: __________________________ State: ___________________ ZIP Code ____________
Telephone No. __________________ Relationship (employer, teacher, clergy): _____________

Name: _______________________________ Job Title: ______________________________
Place of employment: __________________________________________________________
Street address: ________________________________________________________________
City: __________________________ State: ___________________ ZIP Code ____________
Telephone No. __________________ Relationship (employer, teacher, clergy): _____________

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