123 Main Street, Stateland, ST, 99999 C: (555) 123-9876 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jan 31, 2014
Don Farber & Randy Jacobs
230 East Second Street
Davenport, IA 52801
email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org
RE: Interview, Jan 31st, 2014
Dear Randy Jacobs & Don Farber,
Your willingness to take time out of your day on Friday to meet with me was greatly appreciated. I truly enjoyed speaking with you both about a possible position at TAG Communications.
As a mentioned during our discussion, I have a strong background in communications writing through my education and internships. After meeting with you and learning about TAG's future goals, I am confident that we can find a way where I will be a great help to your team. Possibly even in the Peoria market with my experience at Bradley!
Again, I appreciate your time and consideration for this exciting opportunity. I added three professional references in this letter, as requested. I will send an additional email with writing samples this weekend. I look forward to hearing from you soon!
Special Events Coordinator
Special Events Director
Advisor & Professor, Public Relations
(309) 677-2236 : email@example.com
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Entry Level Public Relations Cover Letter FAQs
What is public relations?
Public relations (or PR) is the purposeful method of spreading information between a group or individual and the public.
What makes it different from marketing or advertising? While marketers and advertisers strive to add revenue to the company, public relations workers simply try to control the public conversation about their clients.
What should be in a cover letter?
A cover letter for a public relations role should include your enthusiasm for the position, and present an argument as to why you’re the right person for the job. Be sure to highlight any relevant experience in your cover letter. Always end a cover letter and an expression of gratitude to your reader for their consideration.
Remember: there’s a fine line between confidence and cockiness. Ensure that your letter presents your qualifications without sounding overly confident.
What is the letter of application?
A letter of application, or a cover letter, is a document that jobseekers write to complement their resumes. In other words, your cover letter is a document designed to compliment your resume by highlighting the relevant parts of your background. Together, the pair of documents will tell employers everything they need to know about you.
How do I write an application letter?
- Start by reading the job description carefully to understand what the employer needs. Make a note of the qualifications. Mentally check off each one that you have.
- Note the important skills listed and how the job description phrases them. Include these in your application letter.
- Begin writing your letter with an introduction that expresses interest in the job. (Bonus: if you know someone who works at the company, name this person here.)
- Next, craft body paragraphs that build a case for your candidacy. Why are you right for the job? Use the words and phrases that you noticed from the job description to describe your skills and accomplishments.
- After that, write a closing paragraph that briefly summarizes your argument and also thanks your reader for considering your candidacy for the position.
- Close with a professional sign-off, such as “Sincerely.”