Entry Level Information Technology Cover Letter with No Experience

Updated June 12, 2022
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Perhaps one of the most challenging things, that we come across is, writing a cover letter for the first time.

Being new to the job world – and sometimes, being new to content writing – the cover letter can give even the most confident of us the heebie-jeebies.

But then that is to be expected. it is not wise to mull over this fact. We must decide what needs to be done to overcome the fear of cover letter writing.

First things first. Writing a good cover letter requires good writing skills.

Since cover letters are a measure of how well you can communicate (apart from other things), your writing skills need to come into play here.

In any organization and at any position, how you communicate is foremost, so hiring managers take it for granted that your writing skills (a huge part of communications) are exceptional.

Do not disappoint them by writing in a boring manner or by copying obviously from a “cover letter writing resource.”

As soon as you have the writing part sorted, make sure that the information which you have collected regarding the company and the position for which you are applying, is sufficient and accurate.

When you have these in order as well, you can get to the actual cover letter writing part. And here it is:

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Entry Level Information Technology Cover Letter with No Experience

Frank Dorset
22 Pine Street
Bloomfield, NE 62527
(000) 756-1485

June 12, 2022

Ms. Rina Frost
Hiring Manager
Aramark
25 3rd Avenue
Bloomfield, NE 44562

Dear Ms. Frost:

As a fresh and energetic IT Graduate with special knowledge of emerging technologies and advanced troubleshooting, I would like to be considered for the IT Assistant position at Aramark.

I have successfully completed 3 months IT internship at General Motors and am ready to take a more challenging position owing to the following qualifications:

  • Distributing, assembling, and collecting IT client services computer equipment and troubleshooting problems associated with both hardware and software.
  • Managing user and email accounts for employees by using Active Directory and Exchange Server.
  • Providing technical assistance to configure, install and maintain desktop computing devices, including laptops, printers, and workstations.

May I ask you to review my resume and then allow me to contact you regarding an interview? In the interim, please call me at (000) 756-1485 if you require further information.

Thank you very much for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,

Frank Dorset