Cover and Thank You Letters
Cover letters can be powerful tools. They allow you to provide more detail or clarification about information already in your resume. It’s best to match your cover letter to the employer and the specific position.Cover Letter Template
Thank You Letters
Whether you’re interviewing for a job or an internship, you should write a formal thank you letter. While email is becoming more acceptable, a written letter received in the mail will stand out and impress most potential employers.
About Declining a Job Offer
When you decide to formally accept or refuse a job offer, you will need to write a letter explaining your decision.
After you draft your document using the examples above, request to have it reviewed by a career development specialist.
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