Writing a cover letter involves a lot of things. The first thing that one needs to look into is the format. What type of format will you choose? Then comes the part where you have to place information in it. Is there a “proper” way of putting information in your cover letter? Or a simple write-up will do? There are many considerations.
The best way to go about it is to follow what the heart says. Your cover letter is a projection of your innermost thoughts – professional type. If you feel that a certain area of your professional life is worth mentioning in a cover letter, write it in detail. Make your words come alive by using language that you know will speak to the person reading your cover letter. When you make sure that what you write is apt, you automatically win interviews. A sample is given here for you to look through:
521 Victor Dr
Stow, OH 54112
May 18, 2017
Mr. Roger Moore
Human Resource Manager
Arrow Electronics Inc.
5822 Rae Lane
Stow, OH 40221
Dear Mr. Moore:
Anticipating a position as a Human Resource Rssociate at Arrow Electronics Inc. I offer a plethora of skills and qualifications, detailed in the enclosed resume.
After working as a human resources intern for 3 months, right after I graduated, I was offered a permanent job as an HR associate by the company where I was interning. This offer came about due to my diligence in working towards the goals of the company, and my thorough comprehension of human resource systems and strategies. Since then, I have been working at this position, learning further and contributing more.
With my experience in supporting human resource teams in the creation of communication pieces for regional and stakeholder audiences, assessing team options and making staff assignments, processing new hires according to internal procedures, and managing employee database and HRIS systems, I am sure to be an immediate asset to your organization. Owing to my capability of effectively and efficiently conducting employment verifications, and proactively assisting with benefits administration, I have been commended for my efforts by my supervisors many times.
Bringing both my professional abilities and experience forward, I would like to meet with you in person so that I can elaborate further. If you feel that you need any more information from me regarding my suitability, please do not hesitate to contact me.