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Business Administration Student Cover Letter

Dear Mrs. (last name),

I today noticed the online career opportunity listed on (name of company)'s website for the administration assistant summer internship position.

I am currently studying at (name of school), in my (2nd) year of (list subjects: Consulting Strategies/Business etc.).

I am extremely interested in being considered for the open position.

I believe that I will be a worthy addition to your existing team due to my experience in network strategy and design.

My attached Resume/CV has further details of my education and career history together with work experience so far.

I am an independent thinker who likes to look for new ways to develop new business such as identifying sales opportunities as well as communicating with clients to ensure the hands on service they need in order to turn them into repeat customers.

I enjoy working in a team atmosphere and feel I have what it takes to work my way into being an efficient and fair project management for medium to large size projects.

I am very much looking forward to hearing from you,

Thank you for your time and consideration,

Sincerely

(your full name)

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Cover Letter Tips for Business

These days, hunting for a job feels more like a running a marathon. It’s common for a job search to last weeks or months. A productive job search keeps you focused during a lengthy process. For a more effective search for jobs in Business, utilize the following tools and methods:
1. Build your connections. In other words, network with various professional groups. Networking groups are formed for several reasons. Sometimes the intended audience for a networking event is businesses based in a certain location. Other groups share a common professional skill, such as writing. Be open to various networking events for various audiences because you don’t know where your next lead will come up.
2. Participate in conversations. If you’re new to networking, it can feel daunting. It feels more comfortable for people to come up to you rather than the other way around. One way to get out of your comfort zone is to have a detective mindset. Imagine yourself as a detective who is seeking to uncover insight about jobs in Business.
3. Set up your online profiles as a professional networking site. Companies are starting to use social media as an informal but common way to do a background check on candidates. That’s why it’s important to have a distinctive and positive online presence.
4. Nurture your online brand. Your personal brand means what you want potential employers, recruiters or hiring managers to know about you. For example, you can share your thoughts on an industry article by posting on a LinkedIn post or on a blog.
5. Toughen up. More often than not, landing a job takes longer than the desired timeframe. Remember to put on your rhino hide when you don’t land or hear back from potential jobs in Business.