Cover Letter, usually in a 3-4-paragraph format, in which you describe what the achievements and experiences you mentioned in the CV add to you as a professional. In the Front Letter, you briefly describe how your actions contribute to your personal and professional development.
Your cover letter or other professional correspondence provides the opportunity to:
- Introduce yourself and state your objective
- Personalize your resume
- Highlight information that addresses the needs and interests of the employer
Cover Letter Tips
- No longer than one page and have no more than four paragraphs
- Tailor each letter to the company and position. Know your reader and his/her organization
- Address your letter to a specific person. Use “Hiring Manager” or “Human Resources Manager” only as a last resort. Call and ask to whom you should address your letter
- Your letter should be easy to read, printed neatly on a single page of good quality paper and free of spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
- Write each letter in your own words
- Do not just list your skills and strengths, use concrete examples of how you have developed your skills and used your talents
- Check your spelling mistakes several times, and even have someone else check it for you.
Send a cover letter with all resumes.
Do not forget to come to the career development office and review your cover letter and CV.
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