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Sample cover letter for Internship position at Mckinsey



Dear HR,

Your recruitment information for 2014 Internships-Business Analyst fits my experience and qualifications perfectly, and I am writing to express my interest in and enthusiasm for the position. As a special girl with the conscientious logical thinking and penetrative observation, I long to join Mckinsey to do valiantly. All do so because I like playing data and studying people’s behaviors

In addition to my desire to join Mckinsey, you will find I am a dedicated and driven non-professional professional. The most confident for me to this job title is that I ever interned with a security company and I excel in mathematical modeling.

I have worked two months in Changjiang Security. During the two months, I had strong communication skills, attention to details, patient and professional in handling customers' inquiries. When I sold finance products to a couple, whose son is working in bank, and I persuaded them to buy our company’s product successfully.

I’m good at data analyst since I participated in modeling contest ( national and international ) on two separate occasions. And through these games,I began to pay moreattention to its applicationas well as learning the theories. I could establish, maintain and manage good relationship with customers and deliver highest level of service. And using my knowledge, I lead 13 classmates to doing a research about evaluating spatial arrangement of Wuhan University by observing behavior rule of students as a captain. This project includes designing survey scheme, designing questionnaires, building staffing plans and writing the final reports.

My experience includes but is not limited to:

Thank you for your time and patience, and I would greatly appreciate it if you could grant me an interview.

Yours sincerely,
Shanshan Fu

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