Letter regarding internship
I would like to apply for the internship program advertised in your e-mail on support the Working Group against Forced Labor. I was drawn to the organization view of assisting the poor and vulnerable by enabling people to support themselves sustainably and empowering them to take part in decisions affecting them, unlike some governmental programs of assistance. I have had ...
My candidature for this position is guided by the strong desire to test myself. After obtaining a Second Level Degree in Marketing and Communication from IULM University (Milan, Italy), that gives me the theoretical background needed to manage and communicate brand values, I feel I have waited too long to move abroad and hone my professional skills. To be honest, ...
One small tip
In my internship report, I have to write a "Thanks" part. In this part, I start like this : "I would like to thank John Doe for having welcomed me." I think it sounds odd and less appropriated than "I would like to thank John Doe for having me welcomed." So I'd prefer to use the second one, but it's ...
Intern proposal (or internship proposal ?)
Good morning, Let me introduce myself: I’m a french student who decided to travel around the world for one year in between her Licence and Master. I indeed validated in La Sorbonne University two licences (Philosophy and History) and have a strong interest for journalism wich I’ll study in a Master when coming back in France. My project for this ...
I am still interested in a position in your company
Dear Ms X, I am taking the liberty to reapproach you regarding the possible intern opportunity in X(name of the company). I am still very interesting in joining your company and I was wondering if you had time to check with your immigrations attorney and with the client group. If you'd like to, we could arrange a date for a ...
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