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415 California Avenue San Francisco, CA 94122 August 20, 2011 Ms. Peterson Senior Development Associate ACLU of Northern California 39 Drumm Street San Francisco, CA 94111

Dear Ms. Peterson: I am writing to express my interest in the Student Assistant position for ACLU. I found the job posting listed on the University of San Francisco (USF) Student Employment website. I am a senior, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Spanish at the University of San Francisco. I am very excited about the job opening and I believe I am well-qualified for the position. I am anxious to work for ACLU because I am very compassionate about public service. In the future, I would like to obtain a career that will allow me to work closely with the community in assisting others with the resources they need. If given the chance to work or ACLU, I know I will become more knowledgeable about the field of public service while providing the organization with quality work. Throughout my work experience, I have served many jobs that involved administrative responsibilities. For example, I have four years of experience working as a front desk manager for the tutoring department at USF. As a front desk manager, I performed many administrative tasks which include some of the following: database entries, Microsoft programs, reviewing confidential information of students, filing, booking appointments, answering phone calls, assisting in various projects, and using basic office equipment. In addition to this position, I also have experience in administrative work in serving as a Research Assistant for UCSF/San Francisco General Hospital. As a Research Assistant, my job requires that I pay close attention to detail. I am responsible for entering information into a nation-wide database network and also assisting clinicians in streamlining the network system. From the knowledge and skills I have gained from previous work experiences, I believe I am the perfect candidate for ACLU. I am very eager to perform work that benefits the greater public. If I am chosen for the job, I will work hard in any tasks I am assigned. I believe I can contribute largely to ACLU by offering my leadership skills and professionalism. I am confident that I can meet the expectations required for the position. I have attached my resume for your review. The possibility of working for ACLU is very exciting and I look forward to hearing from you soon. Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely, Eric Jones Eric Jones 916.425-5454 ejones@dons.usfca.edu