Business Letter (6)
Business Announcement Letters (21)
Business Template (6)
CV Cover Letter (4)
Debt Collection Letter (11)
Instant Sale Letter (9)
Referral Letter Sample (14)
Sample Thank You (5)
Business Letter Samples (13)
Business Party Invitaion (21)
Employment Warnings (3)
Letter of Intent Samples (16)
Professional Letter Samples (11)
Poor Customer Relations (3)
Poor Performance Termination Letter (12)
Resignation Letter Samples (1)
Response to Complaint Letter (2)
Termination Letter Samples (12)
Tardiness Letter (3)
Appeal Letter Sample (10)
Letter of Complaint (24)
Office Regulations Letters
Vendors and Suppliers
Business Letter Samples
General Business Letters (6)
Business Invitations (2)
Business Holiday Letters (6)
Business Thank You Letters (4)
Business Announcement Letters (20)
Business Policies (2)
Business Credit Letters (5)
Business Welcome Letters (4)
Business Legal Letters (5)
Business Cancellation Letters (4)
Office Regulations Letters (2)
Vendors and Suppliers (1)
Apology Letter Sample (28)
Appreciation Letter Sample (12)
General Thank You Letter (5)
Invitation Sample Letter (14)
Letter of Condolence (4)
Personal Announcement Letters (17)
Sample Love Letter (2)
Valentine's Day Letters (15)
Recommendation of Scholarship (5)
Holiday Letters (19)

Cover Letter Samples For Your Resumes

A cover letter should always accompany your resume.

This introduction is more important, in some ways, than the resume itself, because it allows you to:
* Grab the reader's attention
* Specify certain qualifications
* Provide samples of your written communication skills
* Demonstrate your intelligence
* Establish your credibility

Your cover letter should include four vital sections:
* The heading
* The introduction
* The argument or explanation
* The closing

The heading should include:
* Your name
* Your address
* Your telephone number
* Your email address
* The date of the letter
* The address of the company and the name of the person receiving the letter

The introduction should include:
* The greeting
* A statement saying who you are
* A statement explaining why you are writing and succinctly stating why you would be useful to the company

The argument should include:
* Your most valuable qualifications and exactly how they would benefit the company
* Why you are interested in the position or company

The closing should include:
* Closing (e.g., “Sincerely,")
* Your signature