Marcus is making a career change from antique sales to real estate appraiser. This cover letter bridges his two careers and makes it easy for his reader to understand how she would benefit from having Marcus join her professional team.
This cover letter sample for a Trainer uses three very good techniques: It addresses the hiring manager by name (Dear Mr. LaPuenta). It refers to someone both the job seeker and Mr. LaPuenta know (Camille Parker). It lists the requirements in the job posting (under YOU WANT), followed by a strong list of Maria's matching...more »
Here's a cover letter email and matching resume sample that Laura wrote to find an office management job in the holistic health and beauty field. Notice how Laura uses some good writing techniques and email formatting to highlight her office management strengths and her passion for holistic health. Be sure to also take a look...more »
This cover letter sample was written in response to a newspaper ad. It could easily be adapted for responding to an online job post. Hal (the fictitious author of this letter) did a little research to discover that the name of the President and CEO at BEST Trucking is James Johnson. Having that piece of...more »
This cover letter email does three things for Tina, who is a server at Joe's Coffee Company. Tina wants a promotion to graphic designer in Joe's Marketing Department. Here's what she achieves with her email: Tina thanks the hiring manager for his recent phone call about the career move she has in mind. She follows up...more »
This is Mitchell's second email cover letter in this collection. For each of his emails he attached his resume for employee training. Take a look at both of Mitchell's cover letters to see how he took a slightly different approach with each one. (See Cover Letter for Employee Trainer, along with my notes on it.)...more »
This is a concise follow-up email to a phone call Cyndy had with Mr. Percy, a hiring manager at an insurance agency where Cyndy would like to work. She sent it off early the next morning to remind Mr. Percy of what they had spoken about, as well as to send her resume, which he...more »
Here's a cover letter written by a high school student named Scott. He's a computer whiz looking for part-time work. His mother's friend, Cynthia, told him about a woman who needs ongoing help with her home office computer. So Scott put together a short resume and wrote this friendly cover letter to introduce himself and...more »