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La persona que se interesa por una oferta de trabajo o de prácticas inicia el proceso de selección cuando establece el primer contacto con su potencial empleador al remitir una carta de presentación y un currículo. Existen dos enfoques y objetivos al enviar una carta de presentación y un currículo: a) Como respuesta a una oferta. b) Presentar la propia candidatura para un futuro puesto o prácticas en aquellas empresas en las que pueda ser interesante trabajar. LA CARTA DE PRESENTACIÓN. Es una declaración de intenciones y una explicación cortés del motivo por el que la persona está interesada por el puesto o beca y por tanto remite un curriculum vitae postulándose como candidato. Es también una breve descripción de lo que el candidato podría aportar a la empresa u organización Toda carta de presentación debe incluir los siguientes contenidos: Motivo por el que envías la carta de presentación y el currículo. Resumen muy breve de tu currículo. El objetivo: entrar en un proceso de selección o mantener una entrevista. Una breve descripción de lo que podrías aportar a la empresa u organización como candidato. La carta es tu tarjeta de visita y te sirve para presentarte, para contar brevemente lo que sabes hacer y lo que deseas: tomar parte en las pruebas, la entrevista, etc. Piensa que es el primer contacto que vas a tener con el empleador, reflexiona sobre el formato, tipo de letra, estructuración del mensaje... Conviene que envíes una carta de presentación siempre que tengas que mandar tu currículo a una oferta de empleo. Sección de Empleo y Orientación profesional- Servicio Integrado de Empleo Edificio Nexus (6G), Camino de Vera s/n, 46022 Valencia T: 963 879 101 / 963 877 010 F: 963 877 889 e-mail: orientación@sie.upv.es www.sie.upv.es
On a shelf in my room, there is a collection of books. Not a lackluster, dingy, bleak collection, filled with bent up paperbacks that no one wants to read, nor yet a dry, boring, tedious collection with nothing of interest to whet the appetite of the imagination: it was a Tolkien collection, and that means comfort. Nicholas Basbanes, a scholar on book culture, writes, “With thought, patience, and discrimination, book passion becomes the signature of a person’s character.” My family and friends have come to learn that books make the best gifts for me. I would rather have a new book than chocolate, or a stack of lovely volumes rather than a golden necklace. Collecting books is a thing of comfort and creates a certain sense of satisfaction and accomplishment – a feeling that I have not found in any other activity or hobby. The shelves full of titles, all lined up in an order that likely only makes sense to me, give me a sense of pride. I began collecting books to read the stories they contained, but it’s become more than that. In the words of Laura Miller, “buying a book is not about obtaining a possession, but about securing a portal.” Even if I have not read many of the books on my shelves, it is the potential between their covers that lures me to them. The endless, unknown worlds contained in the books that I own gives me hope every time I look upon them. They are magic on paper, tickets to other realities, and the assured promise of a moment of escape from the humdrum of reality. Although I began my collection with perfect, unread, unbent, pristine, new books from big bookstores, I have come to love second hand copies found in thrift shops and traveling used book sales. And now I can even buy used books via Amazon, having books from Goodwill stores and thrift shops across the country sent directly to my door. Searching through the shelves of books in thrift stores has a certain charm that the big bookstores lack. Not only do they offer the excitement of random finds and excellent ...
Your street or box number City, State, Zip Date Contact’s Name Contact’s Title Organization Name Street Address City, State, Zip Dear Mr. Or Ms. (person’s last name only): Paragraph 1: State immediately the position you are pursuing and how you came to know of the opening. If you have an alumnus, family or other contact at the organization, you can mention that here as well. Tell the employer briefly (one or two sentences) why you are interested in this position. Paragraph 2: Explain the skills and experiences you have that will make you successful in the position. Talk about classes you have taken, activities you have been involved in, summer experiences you have had. You do not have to have directly related experience but think about the skills you have gained from what you have done and how those could relate to the duties of the position you are applying for. You do not want to repeat your resume to the employer in this paragraph but this is the place to highlight related accomplishments that will make the reader want to learn more, which will lead them to your resume. The goal is to show the employer that you have confidence in your ability to succeed in the position. Paragraph 3: Demonstrate that you have done some research about this organization. Go to their web site, look in industry periodicals (Ad Week, Wall Street Journal, Chronicle of Higher Education) and talk to alumni or other contacts that may currently work for the organization. This research does not have to be extensive but it shows that you have taken some time to think about this position and put some effort into this letter. This makes a very good impression on employers. It shows that this is not a form letter where only the address and contact name is changed for each position. Paragraph 4: State that you would welcome a personal interview to further discuss this opportunity. If you need to explain anything out of the ordinary on your resume, this is the place to do it. You might mention that if you do not hear anything from the potential employer in two to three weeks time that you will call to follow up this letter to see where they are in their process. Finish by thanking them for their attention and express a desire to meet them sometime in the near future. Sincerely, Your signature (leave 4 blank spaces for this) Your name in print
Rackham Alcohol Letter Template (Today’s date) Dean Janet A. Weiss c/o Rackham Facilities Office Rackham Graduate School 915 E. Washington Street, Ste. 0510 Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1070 Dear Dean Weiss, On (your event date) the (your department or organization) will be using (list the Rackham rooms you will be using) to host (describe your event – department dinner, post-symposium reception, etc.). This event is by invitation only and is i not open to the public (If this is not true of your event, please see the information below.) Approximately (provide the number of people invited) guests will be in attendance. (Name of caterer) is catering the event. There is no ii charge for the event. (If this is not true of your event, please see the information below.) We request permission to serve complimentary (beer, wine, and/or champagne), in addition to non-alcoholic beverages. We understand that all alcohol must be served by a certified server via a licensed catering service. Our catering company, (name of caterer) will provide (a) certified server(s). We also understand that at no time may any of our guests serve themselves alcohol. We have reviewed the Rackham Facility Use Guidelines, including those pertaining to alcohol, and agree to abide by them. (Name of person and person’s title) is our designated host and will be on hand during the entire event to monitor and assure that all guidelines are followed. University Departments Please submit this letter via e-mail to RackhamScheduling@umich.edu. Non-University Clients Please submit this letter on your organization’s letterhead. When complete, fax to Rackham Facilities, (734) 763-6622. Please Note In addition to the published Rackham Alcohol Policy Guidelines: Event invitations and advertising must not mention alcohol. Alcohol may not be served at any event to which undergraduate students are invited. In accordance with guidelines set forth by the University of Michigan’s Office of the General Counsel at http://www.ogc.umich.edu/faq_alcohol.html#special, we confirm that, as the sponsoring department, we are familiar with and will adhere to all guidelines that have been established by our department regarding any serving of alcohol at campus locations which are not licensed for service of alcohol, which includes the Rackham Building. Furthermore, the signature below confirms that our department is aware of and approves the serving of alcohol at this event. (Must be signed by a University of Michigan VicePresident, Dean, Chair, or Senior University Officer or their delegate.) Thank you for your consideration of our request. If you have any questions, I can be reached at (phone number). I understand that I will receive an e-mail from the Rackham Facilities Office confirming our approval. Sincerely, Event Coordinator
SAMPLE COVER LETTER TEMPLATE Your Return Address City, State Zipcode Date (4 SPACES) Employer’s/Hiring Manager’s Name Title Company Address (2 SPACES) Dear Mr. (or Ms.) Person’s Last Name: (2 SPACES) First Paragraph (Why I’m Writing): Provide your reason for the cover letter including the position title or type of work and the source from which you obtained the opening (CareerQuest, internet job board, friend, employment service). Be sure to arouse the employer’s interest and include one tidbit about what you can offer the company (i.e. education experience, etc.). Middle Paragraph(s) (How and Why I’m Right): Explain why you are interested in the position, the company, its products or services. Be sure to relate yourself to the company, proving that you a good match for the position. Focus on what you can do for the employer, not what the employer can do for you. You can also cite personal characteristics with ways you could use them on the job. Try not to repeat the same information the reader will find in the resume. Final Paragraph (How to Me or What Steps I’ll take to Contact You): Focus on action in the closing paragraph. Request an interview and thank the employer for their consideration. Provide contact information including your phone number and email address. Finally, close your letter with a statement or questions that will encourage a response. Be sure to mention your resume if it is enclosed. (2 SPACES) Sincerely, (4 SPACES for handwritten signature) (2 SPACES) Your typed name
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||MANUAL DO USUÁRIO PARA O SOFTWARE IOS 4.3 CONTEÚDO: || • Visão Geral do iPod touch • Botões • Aplicativos do iPod touch • Ícones de Estado • Como visualizar o Manual do Usuário do iPod touch • Requisitos • Como Configurar o iPod touch • Como desconectar o iPod touch de seu computador • Como Conectar-se à Internet • Como adicionar Mail, Contatos e Contas do Calendário • Como Utilizar os Apps • Como Personalizar a Tela de Início • Como Digitar • Impressão • Como fazer uma busca • Controle por Voz • Dispositivos Bluetooth • Bateria • Recursos de segurança • Como limpar o iPod touch • Como reiniciar ou redefinir o iPod touch • Sobre a Sincronização • Como Sincronizar Contas • Como Sincronizar com o iTunes • Painéis de ajuste do iPod touch no iTunes • Sincronização Automática do iTunes • Como Gerenciar o Conteúdo Manualmente • Como transferir o Conteúdo Comprado para Outro Computador • Compartilhamento de Arquivos • Como Obter Músicas, Vídeos e Muito Mais • Música e Outros Tipos de Áudio • Vídeos • Compartilhamento Familiar • Como Ajustar um Timer para o Repouso • Como Modificar os Botões de Navegação • Sobre o FaceTime • Como iniciar a sessão • Como realizar uma videoconferência do FaceTime • Enquanto você está falando • Sobre a Câmera • Como tirar fotos e gravar vídeos • Como visualizar e compartilhar fotos e vídeos • Como recortar vídeos • Para carregar fotos e vídeos em seu computador • Sobre as fotos • Como sincronizar fotos e vídeos com o seu computador • Como visualizar fotos e vídeos • Como apagar fotos e vídeos • Apresentação de Slides • Como visualizar fotos, vídeos e apresentações de slides em um televisor • Como compartilhar fotos e vídeos • Como imprimir fotos • Como Atribuir uma Foto a um Contato • Imagem de Fundo • Sobre o Game Center • Como configurar o Game Center • Jogos • Amigos • Seu estado e as informações da conta • Como Configurar Contas de E-mail • Como Verificar e Ler E-mails • Como Usar Links e Dados Detectados • Como Visualizar os Anexos • Para imprimir mensagens e anexos • Como Enviar um e-mail • Como Organizar os E-mails • Como Buscar E-mails • Como Visualizar Páginas Web • Como fazer uma busca • Como imprimir páginas web, PDFs e outros documentos • Como visualizar os vídeos da web em um televisor • Favoritos • Web Clips • Sobre o Calendário • Como Sincronizar Calendários • Como Visualizar seus Calendários • Como buscar nos calendários • Como Adicionar e Atualizar Eventos do iPod touch • Como Responder a Convites de Reuniões • Como Assinar Calendários • Como importar arquivos do Calendário a partir do Mail • Alertas • Como Buscar e Visualizar Vídeos • Como Controlar a Reprodução do Vídeo • Como assistir vídeos do YouTube em uma TV • Como gerenciar os vídeos • Como Obter Mais Informações • Como utilizar os recursos da conta do YouTube • Como Modificar os Botões de Navegação • Como Obter Itinerários • Como Mostrar as Condições de Tráfego • Como Buscar e Contatar Empresas • Como Compartilhar Informações de Localização • Como Guardar as Localizações nos Favoritos • Sobre as Notas • Para sincronizar as notas • Como Escrever e Ler Notas • Como buscar notas • Como Enviar Notas por E-Mail
Regardless of your major or intended career path, most of you will become managers one day. A manager has responsibility and control of selected parts of a company’s operations, or in some cases, multiple aspects of operations. Only those of you that happen to stay at the ‘bottom’ of a company, prefer never to get promoted, or never accept any responsibility for some aspect of a business, will miss the ‘management’ opportunity. Fortunately, none of you will likely fall into this persona given that you have taken the initiative to attend college. Understanding managerial accounting will help you move up the ladder more quickly, regardless of your chosen career path. How Can Managerial Accounting Help You? In any responsible business capacity, your boss and all other management levels above you will want to know how well you handle your responsibilities. To do so requires that they measure your performance. The evaluation process is similar to your perceptions in each college course in which you enroll. During your first class meeting in each course, one of your initial goals is to find out how your performance will be evaluated. In a business environment, you want to know what they expect, i.e., how they will measure your performance. While you won’t be earning letter grades in the business world, your performance will ultimately translate into promotions, bonuses, raises, reprimands, or perhaps dreaded walking papers...
HUMAN INTERVENTION An example of human intervention is a person fills out a form about a problem they’re having and clicks submit. The process is kicked off by a person’s explicit action, but the person who causes the process to start may not be in the BPM environment. They could be in a portal environment or some other environment that hides the nature of the BPM environment from them. SCANNED DOCUMENT Another common way to initiate a process is to have a document arrive in a content management system, and the document requires some sort of process in order to be executed. There are still a lot of processes that are driven by the arrival and scanning of paper documents, but this could be any kind of content that’s added to a content repository. It could be a Word document; it could be an email. Whatever it is, you have a piece of content, you add it to a content repository (for records management or other retention purposes), and there’s typically some sort of process that needs to happen around that document. It could be to gather information from that document, such as keying in transactional data from a scanned application form. It could be a review and approval cycle for an electronic document like a press release. In both cases, the creating and adding of that content to a content repository kicks off a process. EXTERNAL EVENT We can also have external events trigger processes, typically a transaction or an alert from another system. One example of this is a mainframe insurance underwriting application, where it does the underwriting automatically in the mainframe system, but if something goes wrong, and a person needs to look at a particular instance of a process, the mainframe process triggers a process in a BPM system to have someone take a look and resolve the problem. INVOKED AS WEB SERVICE Although external events will often trigger a process by invoking BPM as a web service, I include the invoking of the web service as another way to kick off a process to cover any case where you have a separate application or another...