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Cover Letter Resources

Experience resources for writing the entry-level cover letter - for college students and recent grads.Your Cover Letter

We hate to break it to you, but the answer is YES you do need a cover letter.

Why? The cover letter is your chance to tell the hiring manager exactly why you’re the best choice for the position. While the resume is your overall professional story, the cover letter should be tailored specifically for the position you are applying for.

Experience™ has considerable insight into what employers want – after all, we have over 130,000 employers using our services to connect with job seekers just like you. Our cover letter resources are created and pulled from partners specifically for the entry level job seeker who is either in college or recently graduated.

Here are some Cover Letter essentials:

5 Things Your Cover Letter Must Cover

Your cover letter is your personal marketing piece. We’ll show give you our best advice on the 5 things your cover letter must include. Straight-shooting on how to structure your cover letter and how to sell yourself so the hiring manager feels compelled to read through your resume.

The Down & Dirty on Cover Letters – Straight From the Horse’s Mouth

So what do the companies themselves have to say about cover letters? What do they want to see? What to do and more particularly, what not to do in your cover letter. We’ve summed up some quick tips on what companies want to see when they open up your cover letter.