How can I improve this sentence in my Cover letter?

i did a basic electronics technician job at my uncles electronics shop when I was young.. • Experienced in reading and interpreting mechanical, optical, and electrical specifications. • Adept at use of multi-meters, digital oscilloscopes, DVM and function generators • Tested analog and digital circuits and generated test reports in MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint. Now I am just trying to include this information into my cover letter and it's not sounding right. I don't want this information to like jump out of the cover letter, but i want it to have an impact on the employer or the person reading the cover letter so he'll think , ok i think I will give him a call , hmm..this is what i have so far.. Working as an electronics technician has helped me acquire the basic knowledge required for every aspiring Electrical Engineering student . It got me familiarized with the different equipments even at such a young age which got me more interested in being an Electrical Engineer. I have used this curiosity and desire to learn and understand new electronic thesis and systems all through my career . What do you think ? I don't this it has an impact on the reader . How do I make it more interesting ?

Asked By: sum142121 - 11/18/2007
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Your question does not state what your cover letter is for. A cover letter should be targeted to a specific purpose. Are you applying for an engineering job? A college application? An electronic tech? A electronic tech supervisor? Each of these would require a different "spin" on your cover letter... More
Answered By: dave13 - 11/18/2007
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I believe to dava
Answered By: saeed - 11/19/2007
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