Writing a cover letter as a recent college graduate can seem complicated because you have limited work experience. However, there are ways to show the employer that you are an ideal candidate for the job. Read below for advice on writing a cover letter for an entry-level position as a college graduate, as well as an example letter. Introductory Paragraph: In the first paragraph of your cover letter, express your interest in both the job and the employer, mentioning the company by name. Cite the source where you discovered the job announcement.
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Before you apply for a job, it is critical that your application package, including your cover letter, is the best that it can be. Learn how to write a cover letter that leaves a great impression and makes a potential employer want to know more about you. Visit the Career Design Center website for many great resources, including resume, CV, cover letter and thank you note samples. Beyond the Classroom. Craft a Noteworthy Cover Letter. How to Write a Cover Letter.
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