Dear Mr. Arline,
I would like to be considered as a candidate for the position of city planning in the society .
I’m currently finishing my degree in Kunming University of Science and Technology .I have taken every required city planning course offered at school and have a solid background in the following my major Basic, In addition to my city planning background, I have supplemented my education with business and mathematics courses.
My knowledge of city planning and the business field goes beyond my formal classroom education. For the past five years I have worked part-time at free time, when I have gained experience in sales and inventory control. Also, on my own initiative, I designed some design of my homework.
In short, I believe I have the up-to-date city planning background and professional drive needed to contribute to your organization. I have enclosed a copy of my resume to give you further details about my experience. Sometime next week, I’ll give a call to see whether I can come in for an interview at your convenience. I look forward to speaking with you then.
Dear Sir or Madam,
Having heard that there is a need for students of English major in your company, I’d like to render my services for the post you are offering.I am a 23-year-old undergraduate expecting to graduate by July 2007 from the Department of English, Central South University, with a bachelor degree majoring in English.
In the past three years, I have participated in several activities concerning the application of English. In July 2005 I used to work as an office assistant in an Import & Export Company for two weeks, during which I have done some translation and reception work that enabled me to learn a great deal which couldn't be taught in class. What's more, June 2006 saw my translation efforts made for the tender materials of English version of some construction companies. I think my education and previous experiences will enable me to offer helpful services. The enclosed resume will tell you more about my details, and my references, to whom I can refer you as to my personality and ability, is available upon request. I shall be pleased to come to your office for a personal interview at any time that is convenient to you.
Dear Sir or Madam:
Thanks for rendering me of your precious time to read my letter.
This letter is to introduce myself as an undergraduate of 2007 in Nanjing University of Technology. My major is English and my second foreign language is Japanese. I’d like to apply for a position in your company with so sound a reputation in China. I hope I can join you and make my contribution to your company. Here is what I can offer you.
Being industrious and diligent in study, I have gradually improved my ability of listening, reading, writing, speaking and translation in English (holding the CET-6 and TEM-4 certificates and will take the TEM-8 examination soon). After learning computer knowledge symmetrically, I am now sufficiently in computer operations (Windows2000/XP Professional, Word, Excel, PowerPoint. etc).
Besides learning from books, I developed myself in an all-round way. I used my spare time to take part in a series of activities, such as being a tutor of a junior student, and being a lecturer about English popularization. In the third year of my college life, I did a survey which was reported by a lot of famous newspaper, such as Evening news of Yangzi. The university life enhanced and improved my ability of competition and cooperation.
Liveliness and optimism make me to adapt to a new environment and cooperate with others promptly. Activism and self-confidence encourage me to face up to any challenge. I truly hope that I can have the honor to embrace this opportunity and demonstrate my potentiality fully.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon.
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Dear Mr. Huang,
I am interested in applying for a position as a electronic engineer at CenturyCom. I found the position advertised at the placement office at Fudan University. I will graduate in June in electronical engineering and hope to start my career at that time. During the past four years I have had a good deal of academic experience in communication technology. As an active member of the Fudan Society of Computer Communication, I learned much about the practical challenges mechanical engineers face each day, and about the strategic significances of collaborating with fellow team members. In my position with Excelcom, I was able to test and sharpen the skills I was learning at school and use them on a regular basis. In addition to the responsibilities noted in my resume, I designed an innovative software program that compiled data used by other firms and interpreted the results for the sales division at Excelcom.
My experience of working with others has given me confidence in my interpersonal skills and decision-making abilities, particularly in the area of computer communication. And I believe that making a contribution to a general goal goes much further than simply possessing skills; one must have the ability to work toward a consensus everyone can live with.
I am available for an interview at any time convenient to you. I can be reached by phone at 48202928. Thank you for your time and consideration.
Sincerely, Pan Yanggang