Most communications between people in organizations is conducted via emails. Because they are usually a short, quick method to convey a message, some students think they can be written the same way you write a mobile phone text. How you write an email is an indication of how you think. Is it clear? Does it get to the point? Is it grammatically correct? Does it have a proper subject heading hat immediate conveys its purpose? Does it have a call to action or request for an action to follow? Is it a summary of a meeting or a discussion of next steps? Underestimating the importance of an email may be a career killer. It is a paper trail of your follow-ups, assignments, tasks and accomplishments.
WHAT TO SUBMIT:
1. Create an email addressed to a person you select at the company. In the email, ask for an internship and ask what advice they would give you as a student looking to work there.
2. Your email contains your name and not a catchy or slang phrase
3.Contains your name and the specific request you have
4. A proper greeting (“dear”) is present with the person’s name
5. Introduction of who you are and how you came across their name and why (the purpose/request) you are contacting them.State the position you are seeking or request for a converstion/coffee. State what you admire about the company
6. Discuss your qualifications and experience. Through several sentences, share information about coursework, previous work experience, and any applicable skills. Demonstrate how your knowledge can benefit the organization. Include information about work and volunteer positions and how these experiences have prepared you for this role. Emphasize how you can contribute to the organization.
7. States when and how you you will be in contact to follow up on the status of your request. Gives your contact information with your name, phone number, email and when you are aviailble.
8. Ends with “sincerely” or “Best regards.”.
Include the following in your email:
a. Who you are and why you are writing them.
b. Two facts about the company’s mission that appeal to you.
c. Reference relevant news you learned about them.
d. State what you like about the type of product or service they provide.
1. Look online or through LinkedIn or a job site such as www.glassdoor.com and select a company you would like to work for.
2. Decide what position you would like to have at this company.
3. Though LinkedIn, find someone in the company with whom you would like to connect.
5. Go to the company’s website and read their “about us” page and look for their mission and vision statement.
6. Visit their career site and review any jobs that relate to internships or entry level positions related to the career you would like.
7. Go to Google.com or any search engine and see what news you can locate about the company.
8. Create an email addressed to a person you select at the company. In the email, ask for an internship and ask what advice they would give you as a student looking to work there.
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