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The cover or application letter is an important tool in the job search process. The cover letter is the first page with the resume as the second. The purpose of combining the cover letter and resume is to spark the employer's interest and to be invited for an interview or informational meeting. To write an effective cover letter you need to take time to research and write an original letter. You should tailor each letter to be specific to each employer and reflect your knowledge of the employer's needs. Researching the organization and opportunity before you write will make this task much easier.

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Sam Snudd
201 Flower Lane
Anytown, MN 33333

April 20th, 2010

Mr. Mike Matters,
Morrison Social Services
6667 Opportunity Circle
Any Town, MN 55555

Dear Mr. Matters:
From your posting in my local newspaper, I'm aware that you're looking for an experienced and trained social services district manager. This is a job I feel I am very qualified for and interested in pursuing. I have a B.A. degree in social services, several years as a counselor and I have worked as a supervisor for four years, supervising 40 employees in a materiality ward in Anytown, Minnesota.

I believe an in-person meeting or interview would be a great way to discuss the requirements and expectations you may have for this position. I would appreciate it if you would contact me at your earliest convenience. I have also enclosed my resume for your review.

I can be reached at or (555) 555-5555. I am somewhat flexible and with a days notice, I can meet with you.

Thank you for reading my letter. Please consider me for this position.


Jane Doe



Social Service Network