You will find it extremely gratifying to be able to write your first cover letter perfectly. While there are no actual standards set by experts, it will work best if you create your own cover letter writing standards.
Remember that cover letter writing is not about the perfect cover letter – you cannot possibly write one that is completely perfect. However, you can strive to write one that is as near perfect as possible.
When you keep the points mentioned above in mind when writing a cover letter, you automatically end up writing one that is dressed to impress the employer.
For a cover letter sample for a marketing coordinator position (entry-level), refer below:
Marketing Coordinator Cover Letter No Experience
58 11th Street South
San Diego, CA 20155
June 12, 2020
Mr. Robert Smith
Taylor Engineering Inc.
64 Woodgreen Road
Los Angeles, CA 12565
Dear Mr. Smith:
I am seeking a Marketing Coordinator position at Taylor Engineering Inc., as advertised on indeed.com. As a business graduate with lots of energy, I feel confident that I am an excellent contender.
During my 3 month internship at Interflow, I polished my skills in the following areas:
- Providing ongoing project management support.
- Executing and fulfilling plans as outlined in the marketing communications strategy.
- Ensuring that timelines and daily operational aspects of marketing projects are on track.
- Preparing marketing reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing competition and market data.
With a fresh outlook on work and a passion to truly make a difference, I strongly believe that you will find my enthusiasm contagious.
I would love to meet with you soon so that I can provide you with a wider overview of my understanding of marketing concepts. I will call your office next week to set up a meeting time. Until then, please contact me at (999) 999-9999 if you need further information.
Thank you for your time and consideration.