The problem with being a brand new college graduate is that most companies only see someone with absolutely no experience under their belt. It can be an excruciatingly painful experience to convince a company that you have the necessary skills to succeed but how do you get experience when no one will hire you? It’s not easy, but a recent college graduate cover letter to a company will more than likely help your chances.
These types of letters are usually very short, very simple and straight to the point.
nclose your resume, point out that it has been enclosed and be sure to highlight your experience. Only highlight the important aspects, don’t talk about your management skills from McDonalds if they’re looking for IT Supervisor experience.
Simply request an interview for the job and take some initiative.
Tell them that you plan on calling them down the road in say about a week.
Dear Mr. Rowloshi,
I have enclosed a resume in this letter for your viewing pleasure and as you can see, I am a recent college graduate looking for a job. I graduated from Top Notch University with a major in Business and would be a perfect fit for your company.
I held an internship with an accounting company and did all of their marketing work for them. Not only were they impressed with my work as someone fresh out of college, but they saw an increase in 22% to their business as well. It was tremendous to achieve at such a young age and I am truly proud of myself for doing so. I would like to discuss more in an interview face to face if you would give me 5 minutes of your time.
I will give you a phone call in approximately 5 days to discuss an interview meet up.
Dear Mrs. Lowpak,
The main problem when you’re dealing with a cable service provider and technology in general is you always have to be one step ahead of the game. Technology is constantly evolving and customers realize that there are more options out there now days than just one company so you have to offer something they can’t get anywhere else.
Let me ask you something: Are you looking for an employee that’s young, skilled, knowledgeable in the field and someone who isn’t afraid to take chances to expand a company beyond its thought and known limits? That would be me.
I would like to meet with you for an interview if that’s ok. Let me know if that would be something we can arrange and call me at 482-102-3918. I will be calling you in two weeks to check up on this letter and hopefully schedule an interview.