I’m in the process of applying for public internships. Do you guys have any advise on how I can make mine stick out and be successful?
If you have any good templates or examples for cover letters, those would be appreciated as well.
I anticipate that this internship would offer for students an opportunity to attain audit experiences, team-building and networking with business professionals, which would expand my knowledge towards my future career in audit.
Over the summer, I participated in the Deloitte Future Leaders Conference, where I was able to network with many Deloitte professionals and learn more about the services that Deloitte offers.
I also believe that I would be able to work with many students like myself, that are motivated and eager to learn, which would inspire me to work even harder and excel as an intern.
I believe that I can contribute to the successes of the other students and mine during this internship through some of my previous experiences.Looking for cover letter examples for internship success? By using well-chosen words, you can make a good impression. The courses I have completed have given me a solid foundation in the tools, processes and methodologies involved in the successful analysis and management of portfolio-investment strategies. Writing a cover letter to get an internship can be intimidating. Currently a junior majoring in finance at UNT, I have demonstrated strong academic performance in all finance courses, maintaining a 3.5 GPA in my major.Both my experiences as a participant and as an assistant are some of the things that I can offer to the internship position. I hope that we can arrange to speak so that I can discuss at greater length the contribution that I believe I can make to this internship.Should you require an additional information, I can be contacted at the phone number and e-mail listed above.I am interested in a summer audit internship position because I believe that it would provide me with valuable knowledge and hands-on experience in the audit practice.After learning about the audit services from various professionals, it has inspired me to pursue a career in audit because of their ability to work with various clients, learn more about the company and financial situations, which has always been an interest of mine.there's a good chance s/he won't get one.To oldskol_d's point, though, I'd make it generic enough that'd it would work with most any company with little modification.(I don't read hundreds of resumes in a year, though.)Point out your skills, work ethic and/or personality traits (don't repeat information from the CV like education and work experience). Crowley: Two of your former interns, Brian Hodges and Martha Smith, suggested I contact you regarding finance internship opportunities.Since starting college, I have worked part-time (summers/holidays/evenings) as a clerk at Wal-Mart.