Sample cover letter for Internship position at on-campus job
Dear Mr/Ms. Hiring Manager,
I am really excited about this opportunity, and believe that my educational background and experience as student co-ordinator for college symposiums, cultural events such as ‘PROTOCOL’ in UG and ISA student cultural events in Grad would make me a perfect candidate for this job.
I have been employed as a PR officer, Treasurer for some events that happened in the past and know that this position needs someone like me that has the ability to multitask and provide exceptional customer service. Working in the PropelTree Technologies a start-up has been the perfect training arena for me. Not only has it trained and prepared me for all types of experiences dealing with customer service and cash handling, but also taught me how to think on my feet and become an expert problem solver.
When it comes to handling phone I have to say that that I am quite very professional and customer friendly. I have been volunteer in some organizations like Bhumi an NGO in India and Vibha Dallas Association in USA taught me a lot about how to handle people, it also taught me how to handle their queries and resolve their issues efficiently. I have to say that I am a quick learner. I am always willing to learn any necessary skills that will be needed in order to have a successful career in your esteemed agency. Working at parking office would allow me to implement my communication skills and initiative in a professional environment while providing stellar service to students.
Please take a moment to review my attached resume. And I have also attached my class schedule and availability schedule.
I strongly believe I have the qualifications you need and I look forward to hearing soon from you.
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Cover Letter Examples for Students and Recent Graduates
The following cover letters and cover letter templates are designed especially for high school students, as well as for college students and recent graduates seeking employment.
If you're a student or a new grad, you may not have much experience in the workforce. This can make building a resume and writing a cover letter challenging. After all, if you haven't worked previously, what information can you include in these two documents?
What to Include in Your Cover Letter
Fortunately, on-the-job experience is not the only thing that shows your abilities. You can also mention volunteer work, academic achievements, participation in clubs or activities, and internships. Your academic background is also an asset. Include details that are relevant to the position you want (use the job description as your guide to the qualities and training the employer seeks).
If you are an honors student with a GPA higher than 3.5, it is a good idea to mention this on a cover letter as well, along with any honors societies you have been inducted into.
Another things you can mention are soft skills – interpersonal “people” skills like creative thinking, communication, team work, or time management that will help you to adapt easily to the people and clients or customers you will be working with.
Your goal in this cover letter is to show how you would be an asset to the company, describing the skills you bring that would allow you to perform well in the position.
Below, you'll find a list of student cover letters, listed by position and level of experience, to help you develop your own cover letter.
Sample Student / Recent Graduate Cover Letters
Cover Letter Templates
Before you can begin writing your cover letter, it's important to know the guidelines governing these letters.
Unlike a casual email to a friend, there are set standards for how to greet recipients, organize the letter's content, and much more.
That's where templates can help: they allow you to know what information to put where, and they help you format your letter correctly. Review the templates below:
Student and Recent Graduate Cover Letter Samples
This list of cover letters includes both general examples that will help you format your letter, as well as sample cover letters used to apply for specific positions, such as roles as a nanny or a marketing assistant.
Do not copy these sample letters — instead, use them as a guide to help you know what kind of information to include, and how to format your letter.
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Cover Letter Writing Guide
This guide will walk you through everything you need to know to write a cover letter, including what to include in the letter, how to write it, and the proper cover letter format.
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