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Letters by Job Type: Nurse

When applying to a job, externship, or internship, it is essential to accompany it with a cover letter. A cover letter is another opportunity for your employer to connect with your strengths and qualifications. Sometimes it is referred to as an application letter, but regardless of the name, the purpose of the letter is to introduce yourself and to directly connect the experiences on your resume with the job you want.

Ask yourself the following questions:

Why am I a good fit for this position?

What key experiences/strengths make me a strong candidate?

What aspects of the job description match up with my interests and skills?

All cover letter samples follow a similar format: A heading, intro paragraphs, 2-3 paragraphs about your strengths, conclusion, and a signature line. Your cover letter should only be about ¾ of a page.

But just like writing your perfect resume, you can benefit from someone else reading it. There are a lot of online resume writing services that also help out with review your cover letter to help you secure that dream job!