A well-written cover letter is one that is written by keeping employer in mind.
Employers receive many cover letters that are filled with the information from
applicants on what a internship can help them but in reality employers do not
care what the internship is going to do for you, but they want what we can
do for the company. Lets see the steps we can improve in our cover letter to
ensure that a job application we are applying will “stand out from the pile”:
– Capture attention of the reader: Many cover letters are thrown because of weak
writing skills. Find some sample cover letters on internet which shows
step-by-step method of writing a strong cover letter. For example, the format
can be heading, then saluation, opening paragraph, second paragraph (mention why
you are perfect/fit for the company), third paragraph (mention why company is
perfect for you), closing paragraph, formal closing. By using this method, it
makes your cover letter more attractive and helps to grab attention of reader.
– Make sure the cover letter is error-free: it is very that cover letter and
resume needs to be error-free because spelling mistakes or grammatical mistakes
are not acceptable. If there is an error in cover letter, then no matter
how qualified you are, the chances of getting call for an interview will be
Always take time to write an effective cover letter to increase the chances of
getting hire or at least getting a call for an interview.