Cover letter

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Qualities of a good cover letter

  • Addressed to a specific person.
  • Research the hiring director or supervisor’s (if you can’t find the hiring director’s name) name and include it in your cover letter.
  • Specifies position sought. If not any specifics are given, call the company and find out.
  • Be formal.
  • Gives specific details about qualifications and links those details to the needs of the company.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of company and position.
  • Refers to enclosed resume.
  • “Enclosed you will fine…”
  • Specifically requests an interview
  1. A good cover letter requests an interview. It lets the interviewer know your intentions.
  2. Let the perspective employer know you want the interview.
  • Uses you-attitude
  • From the reader’s perspective.

 

Types of Cover Letters

  1. Solicited Cover Letter
  • When company is hiring

Guidelines

  1. First paragraph
  2. Indicate that you’re applying for the job.
  3. Indicate where you learned about the job; newspaper, tv, internet, friend (include specific name by permission and their position).
  4. Briefly introduce your qualifications and maintain the order in the body of the letter.
  5. 2 Middle paragraphs– details about what you mentioned in the first paragraph.
  6. Make a connection-how your qualification meets the need of the company.
  7. Highlight what separates you apart from other applicants.
  8. Last paragraph
  9. Specifically request an interview. Make it obvious.
  10. Indicate when you will be available for the interview not the job.
    • If you are applying for a job that you are not currently residing.
  11. Last sentence
  • A positive forward-looking statement.
    • “I look forward to hearing from you soon.”

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Description

I just need someone who can write cover letter. My B.S degree is Computer Information Systems.

Qualities of a good cover letter

  • Addressed to a specific person.
  • Research the hiring director or supervisor’s (if you can’t find the hiring director’s name) name and include it in your cover letter.
  • Specifies position sought. If not any specifics are given, call the company and find out.
  • Be formal.
  • Gives specific details about qualifications and links those details to the needs of the company.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of company and position.
  • Refers to enclosed resume.
  • “Enclosed you will fine…”
  • Specifically requests an interview
  1. A good cover letter requests an interview. It lets the interviewer know your intentions.
  2. Let the perspective employer know you want the interview.
  • Uses you-attitude
  • From the reader’s perspective.

 

Types of Cover Letters

  1. Solicited Cover Letter
  • When company is hiring

Guidelines

  1. First paragraph
  2. Indicate that you’re applying for the job.
  3. Indicate where you learned about the job; newspaper, tv, internet, friend (include specific name by permission and their position).
  4. Briefly introduce your qualifications and maintain the order in the body of the letter.
  5. 2 Middle paragraphs– details about what you mentioned in the first paragraph.
  6. Make a connection-how your qualification meets the need of the company.
  7. Highlight what separates you apart from other applicants.
  8. Last paragraph
  9. Specifically request an interview. Make it obvious.
  10. Indicate when you will be available for the interview not the job.
    • If you are applying for a job that you are not currently residing.
  11. Last sentence
  • A positive forward-looking statement.
    • “I look forward to hearing from you soon.”

 

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