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Writing an Internship Cover Letter With Examples and Tips

This article was originally written by Genevieve Northup and was published on Indeed.

When applying for an internship, employers might request a cover letter with your resume, references and application. Whether required or not, a cover letter can help distinguish …

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Alice Song Career Counselor
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5 Common Cover Letter Mistakes to Avoid When Applying for Your First Job

5 Common Cover Letter Mistakes to Avoid When Applying for Your First Job was originally published on Firsthand.

Applying for your first job can be intimidating. Luckily, there’s a way to significantly improve your chances of getting hired: including a …

By Alice Song
Alice Song Career Counselor
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The Number-One Rule for Cover Letters

Okay look—resumés are great. When done right, they're clean, concise, and well organized. And if you've been following all the great advice out there, yours should be in pretty good shape.

Cover letters are different—they're freewheeling, making them more difficult …

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5 Benefits of Cover Letters

Including a cover letter is a great way to express your interest in a company and stand out against other candidates.

Many candidates choose not to include cover letters, so putting in a little extra work can really go the …

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