Introduction: The introduction has to draw the attention of the coach. You have to introduce yourself, and explain the reason for the letter. If you are responding to an ad for a job offer, you should mention it here. Goes on to say why you are interested in that company and the Since you request, in particular. Before, you should have collected all the information possible about that company for use here. Mentioned projects is developing, awards or recent awards, favorable reviews that have been published recently body: this is the main part, in which you have to sell well. You have to expose to the company what you have to offer and that need your services. Explains what it can contribute – training, skills, experiences, etc.-that are useful to perform the requested job.
Close: At the end of the letter requested an interview, but try to be original and proactive. Instead of saying the typical phrase his call, I hope di that you can call for an interview. It ends with a compliment that is close, but not very intimate since you don’t know the recipient. Ends with your signature, and underneath put your name, address and telephone number, even if you’ve already put them in the header. Ciudando the presentation the presentation of the Charter or of the curriculum is so important as the content itself. Coach has very little time to devote to your CV or your letter, so this must be attractive and professional. Keep in mind these simple tips: the Charter must not occupy more than one sheet.
The paper must be of quality, of standard size and undamaged. Always send letter originals, never photocopies. Put as much attention on the envelope as in the letter. On the envelope, it writes data cleanly without smudging or erasures. Normally the letter written by computer, but some companies may ask that you compose it by hand. In this case follow these tips: make sure the lines are rights writes with better than with ballpoint pen. Leave margins large and regular letter should appear well cared. The rubric should be which use normally.