Your cover letter is often the only sense a recruiter has of you, your abilities, and your accomplishments. Studies show that resumes receive about 20 seconds of a recruiter’s time. Remember, your cover letter is piece of paper that represent you. You should not try to include everything you have done during your time at Epoka - instead, think of your cover letter as documents that market your most applicable skills and experiences to an employer. A well-written cover letter can help you reach your goal of getting the interview and eventually landing a job or internship.
· 3-4 short paragraphs where you introduce yourself
· Should be emphasize your interest for the organization and working position, your adequacy for the position
· Is a reflection of your skills in written communication
· Explain the purpose of your application
· Give thanks in advance for consideration