Student or Learner
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to work with you. Working for you has been a great learning experience. I have grown in many ways during my time employed and I appreciate the opportunities given to me.
I think "working with" someone suggests both persons are working together, on the same footing, as colleagues or collaborators, while "Y works for Z" means Y is employed by Z.
Not a teacher
Last edited by Hedwig; 26-Jul-2011 at 23:56. Reason: missing punctuation