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As a Human Resource professional, I am often asked, “What should I include in my cover letter?”
A cover letter should first and foremost address the needs of the employer. How can your experience and education benefit the organization? What makes you stand out from the hundreds of other resumes that the employer receives on a day-to-day basis?
People often make the mistake of summarizing their resume on their cover letter and never really tell the company what they can do for them or how they can assist in the needs of their organization.
Every cover letter should be unique to the job ad and should never be reused. Every cover letter has its purpose, which brings me to my point:
How do you design and word your Cover Letter so that it stands out to an employer?
A cover letter should be divided into three parts.
Metro College also offers excellent Job Search Support Service which focus on drafting a great cover letter, resume, and selecting your references. Mock interview sessions are also available to help prepare you for your future job interviews!