APPLICATION FORMS by zu9Iq1

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									                         APPLICATION FORMS

                    INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETION
FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS WHEN FILLING OUT APPLICATIONS:

1.    READ THE ENTIRE APPLICATION FORM CAREFULLY!

2.    FILL OUT THE APPLICATION FORM IN BLACK INK FOR YOUR FINAL
      COPY.

3.    ANSWER EVERY QUESTION THAT APPLIES TO YOU [IF A QUESTION
      DOES NOT APPLY, YOU MAY WRITE "N/A," MEANING NOT APPLICABLE,
      OR DRAW A LINE THROUGH THE SPACE TO SHOW THAT YOU DID NOT
      OVERLOOK THE QUESTION.

4.    GIVE YOUR COMPLETE ADDRESS, INCLUDING YOUR ZIP CODE.

5.    SPELL CORRECTLY. IF YOU AREN'T SURE ABOUT THE SPELLING OF A
      WORD, USE THE DICTIONARY OR TRY TO USE ANOTHER WORD WITH
      THE SAME MEANING.

6.    THE QUESTION ON JOB PREFERENCE OR "JOB FOR WHICH YOU ARE
      APPLYING" SHOULD BE ANSWERED WITH A PARTICULAR JOB TITLE
      OR TYPE OF WORK. DO NOT WRITE "ANYTHING"--EMPLOYERS
      EXPECT YOU TO STATE CLEARLY THE KIND OF WORK YOU DO.

7.    THE QUESTION ON BIRTH MEANS THE CITY AND STATE IN WHICH YOU
      WERE BORN--NOT THE NAME OF THE HOSPITAL OR THE COUNTY
      UNLESS A SPECIFIC QUESTION DIRECTS YOU TO DO THIS.

8.    HAVE IN MIND ALL OF THE SCHOOLS YOU HAVE ATTENDED AND THE
      DATES THAT YOU ATTENDED. IF THERE ARE SEVERAL, IT IS A GOOD
      IDEA TO WRITE THEM DOWN BEFORE YOU APPLY FOR A JOB.

9.    BE PREPARED TO LIST FROM TWO TO FOUR GOOD REFERENCES. IT IS
      BETTER TO ASK PERMISSION OF THOSE YOU PLAN TO LIST. THOSE
      CONSIDERED GOOD REFERENCES INCLUDE:      (A) YOUR CLERGYMAN,
      (B) A FORMER EMPLOYER, (C) A TEACHER WHO KNOWS YOU WELL, (D)
      FRIENDS WHO ARE ESTABLISHED IN BUSINESS [at least 21 years of age].

10.   WHEN YOU WRITE YOUR NAME ON THE APPLICATION, USE YOUR
      CORRECT NAME--NOT A NIVKNAME. YOUR FIRST NAME, MIDDLE
      INITIAL, AND LAST NAME IS USUALLY PROPER.

11.   BE NEAT AS POSSIBLE. THE EMPLOYER EXPECTS THAT YOUR
      APPLICATION WILL BE AN EXAMPLE OF YOUR BEST WORK!

								
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