The job search requires you to communicate with employers through written correspondence. In addition to preparing a cover letter, you will most likely need to write thank you notes, letters to accept or decline job offers, networking letters, and more. All of the letters you send to prospective employers requires a good deal of thought and effort as they may be one of the only tools an employer can use to learn more about you. 

Cover Letters

The cover letter introduces your resume and provides context for the reader.  The letter should reflect your personality, enthusiasm, intellect and interest in the organization where you are applying

Cover Letter Guide
Cover Letter Samples






Thank you Letters

After your job interview or meeting an employer at a career fair or other networking event, it is important to send a note to thank the interviewer for his/her time.
Thank You Letter Guide
Thanks You Letter Samples

Accept / Decline / Withdraw Letters

Although accepting or declining a job often occurs verbally, it is best to follow-up with a professional reply in writing.
Accept a Job Offer Letter
Decline a Job Offer Letter
Withdraw from Consideration Letter