December 3, 2009

Computer work and flexibility keep transcription job enjoyable

Computer work and flexibility keep transcription job enjoyable

By ALLAN TNKER
Her two years at Northland Community Health Center in the McClusky Clinic have been enjoyable for Audrey Erdmann. Her work as a medical transcriptionist allow flexibility and use of the computer, both of which Erdmann enjoys.
She started the full time position after she had taught in the McClusky Elementary for one year (2007-2008) and as a teacher’s aide for another year previous (2006-2007). At the elementary school, she taught a combined classroom of first and second grade students.
Erdmann was born and raised in Flasher, where she graduated from high school. She is the daughter of Mark and Jody Stegmiller and has two brothers, Jake and Joe, who both live in Fargo. She attended Minot State University and earned her degree in elementary education with a kindergarten endorsement in May of 2006.
Married to Robin, who is a music instructor for both the McClusky and Goodrich Schools, they had met earlier in life through a Farmer’s Union camp. They then became re-acquainted in college. They now have two little girls, Lily, two and one-half years of age, and Ella, six months.
Erdmann enjoys working the photographs on line and in her scrapbooking. She uses ShutterFly, a photo-sharing website to crop and develop her photograph images. She notes that the site will help you create books, or will even do it for you if you are short of time.
 


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