Reading cover letter samples is a great way to learn how to write a good one for your job search. That's why I'm inviting you to post your best cover letter. Let's share our cover letters so that we all learn what works... and what doesn't.
Sharing Cover Letter Samples
I've written lots of articles on how to write a cover letter and I've posted 50 cover letter examples. Now, instead of me doing all the talking, let's put our heads together to come up with cover letter samples that help each other right here.
When you post your letter (below in the comments section), tell us why you think your letter is a good one. If you have a question about your letter, please ask. Someone in the group will try to give you his or her two cents. We promise to be kind and constructive in our comments... right everyone?
Oh, one request: When you post a question, please also take a minute to comment on a cover letter that's already been posted. That way we'll have a nice give-and-take.
How to Post Your Best Cover Letter
Look through your hard drive and pick your best cover letter. Delete the employer's identity if you want, and post just the body of the letter (no need for the date and employer's address).
Copy and paste your cover letter or cover email into one of the comment areas below this post. If you want to remain anonymous, write "Anonymous" in the required Name field. Or make up a name.
Each comment has a character limit. If you need to, you can break your letter into two comments.
Don't Have a Great Cover Letter?
Check out my Ready-Made Resume Builder. It has a lot of cover letter templates and wording to help you write a really good letter... maybe your best cover letter ever!