Subject: Introduction memo instructions
Introduction Memo from Vicki - Montgomery College
2. Know Your Colleagues. Law firms are no place for timidity. Introduce yourself to your coworkers; do not simply rely on the introduction memo or announcement that was circulated when you joined the firm. If that memo hit someone’s mailbox when they were in a meeting or juggling phone calls, it was probably overlooked or forgotten. If you are a new graduate, introduce yourself meaningfully, with both first and last name, and perhaps with a brief reminder of when you joined the firm and what you do. In the long run, you need your colleagues and coworkers to know who you are.
Sample Introduction Memo - National Wildlife Federation
Two decades have passed since NPR first hooked its staff up to the Internet. The original introduction memo has surfaced, and it's a blast from the past.