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liou64 wrote: 17/04/2012 at 16h02

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Hello everyone!

I would like to apply next year for a professional degree in electronics in a sandwich course.

For my file I am asked to write a letter of motivation to a possible employer.

That’s why I would need some advice on this one, and also I don’t think I see any spelling mistakes but I may have forgotten some.

Ma’am, sir,

Currently in BTS Electronics, I would like to continue my studies by a Professional Licence XXX proposed at the University XXX.

I am therefore looking for an employer likely to accept me in the form of a work-study contract.

The field of electronics being my main interest, following this training would be for me a new opportunity to acquire and develop new knowledge.

This licence would allow me to achieve the finality of my school project and then get involved in working life.

I am an open-minded person with a sense of responsibility and organization, and I know how to work independently as well as in a group. As a result, I believe I can meet the requirements and needs of a company such as yours.

I am highly motivated, and I am above all looking to develop my skills in the field and to put my acquired knowledge in relation to the business world so that I can subsequently meet the needs of my future profession.

I hope that my application will be of interest to you, and I am at your disposal for any further information you may require.

Yours sincerely

Jean-Philippe André wrote: 17/04/2012 at 18.14 hours

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hello,

you don’t make any differentiating statements about the company you’re applying to. It’s a little bit of an all-purpose letter, not personalised to the addressee
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liou64 wrote: 17/04/2012 at 21:46 hours

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Hi to you jpcheck and thanks for your reaction!

Yes indeed it is a letter that is not addressed to any particular company, that’s the point!

Because today I have to send a letter of motivation to my establishment which will welcome me to a potential employer, so I have no contact with a particular company!

Jean-Philippe André wrote: 18/04/2012 at 10.34 a.m.

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Okay, I’ve read

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For my file I am asked to write a letter of motivation to to a possible employer.

Is the addressee your institution or employer for the cover letter?
:koi:

If it’s the company that will employ you, my argument remains valid
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liou64 wrote: 18/04/2012 at 14h02

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Yes, the recipient is indeed an employer!

I think the school will send this letter to all the school’s corporate partners!

So I can’t target any one company in particular.

Jean-Philippe André wrote: 18/04/2012 at 14.50 hrs.

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I doubt the school will find you an employer directly.

HIS goal here is to see if you already have the motivation to find a company.

The school will be able to give you a list of possible contacts, but it will not find you a company, but you
:aie:

Anyway, that’s how my establishment
:roll:
works.

lola06 wrote: 18/04/2012 at 15:24 hours

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I doubt the school will find an employer for you directly.

HIS goal here is to see if you already have the motivation to find a company.

The school will be able to give you a list of possible contacts, but it will not find you a company, but you
:aie:

Anyway, that’s how my establishment
:roll:
works.

Personally for my apprenticeship it was my university that forwarded my CV to its partner companies so that I could be called for an interview afterwards. At the same time, however, steps had to be taken if the partner companies were not interested.

liou64 wrote: 18/04/2012 at 21:15 hours

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That’s what I understood!

But if not, is the cover letter correct?

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