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My name is Jim Law. I am the Director of Training at Brandywine CAD in Wilmington, DE. I am reaching out to you today in hopes you may have a position of internship for my BIM Modeling Program students.

This program, funded by the State of Delaware, was developed by B-CAD to teach unemployed or underemployed individuals Building Information Modeling (BIM). This intense 18 week program not only teaches BIM principles but other aspects of the industry, such as:

· Basic PC Skills

· Blueprint Reading

· Math for Architecture

· Construction Materials and Methods

· Business Communication

· Presentation Skills

· AutoCAD Essentials

· AutoCAD Advanced Features

· REVIT Fundamentals

· Advanced REVIT Techniques

These students are Autodesk Certified Users in both AutoCAD and REVIT Architecture!

As their instructor and mentor throughout this program, I have witnessed their progress first hand and am proud to say they are ready for the workforce. We are looking to place them initially in an “internship” or “work study” position that hopefully leads to full time employment. These students are looking to get a fresh start and just need that initial opportunity. In all my years of training I have never had such enthusiastic students!

I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss any positions you may have available and recommend the student that best fits your needs. I can be reached at (302) 478-8334 or jlaw.

Thank you very much for your time and consideration!

Jim Law, ACI

Director of Training

Brandywine CAD Design, Inc.

3204 Concord Pike

Wilmington, DE 19803

ph (302) 478-8334

fax (302) 478-8360

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