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Sample cover letter for Internship position at on-campus job

POSITION:

student worker

To

Dear Mr/Ms. Hiring Manager,

I am really excited about this opportunity, and believe that my educational background and experience as student co-ordinator for college symposiums, cultural events such as ‘PROTOCOL’ in UG and ISA student cultural events in Grad would make me a perfect candidate for this job.

I have been employed as a PR officer, Treasurer for some events that happened in the past and know that this position needs someone like me that has the ability to multitask and provide exceptional customer service. Working in the PropelTree Technologies a start-up has been the perfect training arena for me. Not only has it trained and prepared me for all types of experiences dealing with customer service and cash handling, but also taught me how to think on my feet and become an expert problem solver.

When it comes to handling phone I have to say that that I am quite very professional and customer friendly. I have been volunteer in some organizations like Bhumi an NGO in India and Vibha Dallas Association in USA taught me a lot about how to handle people, it also taught me how to handle their queries and resolve their issues efficiently. I have to say that I am a quick learner. I am always willing to learn any necessary skills that will be needed in order to have a successful career in your esteemed agency. Working at parking office would allow me to implement my communication skills and initiative in a professional environment while providing stellar service to students.

Please take a moment to review my attached resume. And I have also attached my class schedule and availability schedule.

I strongly believe I have the qualifications you need and I look forward to hearing soon from you.

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