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Seeking PA shadow Oppurtunity in riverside, san bernardino, moreno valley CA area

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To whom may concern,

My name is Lorena Zendejas, I am in my 3rd year in University of California Riverside. I am studying in Biology, and I am interested in become a PA, I love working with people and want to see how my life would be like as a PA. Currently looking for opportunity to shadow a PA and earn some experience. If anyone know some PA who is willing to let me shadow them, please contact me!

 

lorena.zendejas@yahoo.com :smile:

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