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Sample cover letter for Internship position at Deloitte

POSITION:

internship

Dear Hiring Manager,

I am interested in a internship position that you listed on your website. Reading about this internship, I found it to be a great opportunity to gain experience and expand my potential career options. I am impressed by how Deloitte LLP provides a broad range of fully integrated services with a unique approach that combines insight and innovation. I am convinced I will be a valuable addition to your team of interns this fall.

My working experience to work as a dental office manager in dental office and my academic excellence demonstrate self-motivation, discipline and dedication vital for thriving organization such as yours. Highlights include:

  • Accounts Receivable Management. Includes bookkeeping, preparing bank deposits, maintaining petty cash, and arranging payment schedule with patients.
  • Marketing Management. Assisting with dental office advertising and promotional materials.
  • Effectively functioned as project leader in numerous academic assignments

I am currently enrolled as an undergraduate at xxxxxx University, scheduled for graduation in May 2015. With my background in leadership coupled with a strong desire to continuously improve, I am committed to making the best of this internship and adding to the diversity at Deloitte.

I look forward to your favorable reply and advancing to the next step in the section process. I am excited to begin my professional career with this internship opportunity at your company. Please feel free to contact me if you need further detail. I can be reached at (999) 999-9999 or email xxxxxx@xxx.com. I am available to start work as early as April 12, 2014. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Regards,



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