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I 'am a high school freshman and I'm looking to get an internship. Could someone help me by looking over my letter for grammer, puntuation and possible word/sentence revising?

I am writing to express my interest for the position of architectural model maker, in response to the advertisement currently posted on the Umdlandla Architects website. For as long as I can remember, I have always had a passion for pursuing a career in architecture. Through experience working closely with architects and engineers on projects and even attending classes on mechanical drawing and model construction, I have participated in various activities those of which qualify me with a background useful in this field. I easily adapt in new environments. Having traveled abroad to Cuba where the language and the culture are completing different from what I’m accustomed to, I have learned to become both self-reliant and flexible in any situation. I can analyze detailed blueprints and drawings from actually drafting floor plans for a museum from scratch and reading many plans that would help to give me a visualization of the site to which the museum would be built around. A keen eye for details is crucial for this job, so I read plans carefully and countless times so that I get a full understanding of how to go about constructing a model. I also have experience working with design programs, such as AutoCad and Rhinoceros. I have used those programs to electronically upload plans and transform those details into physical, visual, and scaled versions of the structure. Not to mention, I am licensed to repair computers form taking computer classes in high school. Thus when a technical situation occurs I can put my skill to use and try to solve the problem. Thank you for taking your time to consider my application. My resume as well as information about references upon request are attached. Also if you would like me to send in a portfolio I will do so. Please feel free to call and or email me at any time. I am most reachable during the afternoon. I look forward to hearing from you.

asked Sep 16 '13 at 01:00 Zelina New member

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