Please write a cover lettter for apply the company and also the thank


Thank you email following a job interview – (10 points)

Following up a job interview (whether it’s a phone, virtual or in-person interview) with a thank-you letter or email is an important part of the job-search process. It shows the potential employer that you are courteous and professional; in fact, many employers say that they screen out job applicants who fail to send follow-up messages after interviews. This is also an opportunity for you to remind that employer of who you are and why you are a good fit for the position you seek. Think of this as your final pitch for why you should be hired (or deserve a second interview).


Assume that the cover letter you wrote resulted in your securing an interview for the job or internship you seek. Your interview went well, and you know that it’s important to follow up with a thank-you letter or email to the interviewer within 24 hours of the interview. Sending your message via email will enable you to get your message out immediately (as you know he/she is making the hiring decision soon), and it will remind the employer of why you are a good fit for the position.

Write a brief email that includes the following:

· A subject line saying “thank you” and citing the positon for which you interviewed;

· A personal but professional greeting (such as Dear Ms. XXX); avoid first names or generic greetings (such as “To whom it may concern….”);

· An intro sentence thanking the employer for interviewing you and citing the position for which you interviewed;

· A sentence (or two) expressing your enthusiasm for the position based on what you learned in the interview;

· A sentence (or two) asserting how your skills, experience and interests are an excellent match for the position;

· An “action statement” inviting follow-up communication (such as following up a phone interview with “I hope to have the opportunity to meet you in person to further discuss how my skills and experience can best meet your needs.” or simply following any interview, “I look forward to hearing from you regarding the XXX position.”) This shows that you are assertive and confident.

· A professional and courteous closing such as “Best regards” or “Sincerely);

· A signature block including your name and contact information.

Be sure to edit for grammar, punctuation and style. A concise and professional message will help create a positive impression of you as a credible job/internship candidate. Editing errors will undermine your credibility.

NOTE: You will submit your thank you mail with your cover letter. Please see the Cover Letter Instructions for details.

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