It’s going to be hard leaving PTC. My time at PTC has been so great. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a job. There are so many people that realize we are all working toward a common goal and we are willing to help each other out in each the challenging tasks that come up from day to day. It is a great culture to be a part of. I know working at other companies you will not always find this type of openness and helpfulness.
My “Leaving PTC Email”
I wanted to take a moment to let you know that I am leaving my position at PTC. This was not an easy decision to make, on my part. The past seven years have been very rewarding. I’ve enjoyed working for PTC and the many teams I have been involved with.
I joined PTC back in 2004 and have many fond memories of the accomplishments we did back then and more recently with the latest development. Thank you for the support, guidance, and encouragement you have provided me during my time at PTC. This company has surely given a lot of benefits and the most valuable among them being amazing colleagues like you. I would like to convey my thanks to all of you by writing this letter for being so amazing. I would like to mention how grateful I have been to be a part of the Client Architecture team. I want to thank all of you for the opportunity to work together.
My wife and I are moving to serve in Haiti for a period. As we visited and learned more about Haiti, our hearts were broken. It seemed unfathomable that such conditions could exist in a nation that sat only two hours off of America’s shores. For this season in our lives, we are going to help and serve in this nation.
If it was not for us feeling strongly to help in Haiti, I would have loved to stay at PTC for as long as you would have had me. It has been a great place to work with wonderful people, and I cannot say enough great things about working here.
Please keep in touch, I can be reached at my personal email address (<REMOVED>). You can also follow us via our two blogs: (1) Tech blog: www.ryanalberts.com (2) Haiti blog: www.ryanandmelissaalberts.com.
My last day is July 22nd. In my absence, please direct questions to <removed>.
I look forward to a day when our paths cross again,