After a long period of time where you have invested a lot of your patience, commitment, hard work, and efforts have finally paid off. You can do so by writing a Promotion Application Letter. Generally, companies employ new employees to fill in a vacant position. However, if you are looking for a promotional change in your profession, you can try writing a Promotion Application Letter to your employer.
I am writing to apply for the chance to be a senior prefect. There are numerous reasons as to why I would be honoured for the chance to forfill the role. Firstly I feel that it is a position that comes with great responsibility which will be beneficial in the future for CVs and will appeal to employees and Universities. Also as I have been a member of Treorchy Comprehensive school for around six years I think that becoming a senior prefect will give me another opportunity to contribute to the school and take a more active role within the school community. Since my younger years at the school I have always looked up to the Sixth form students for support and guidance. I would like the chance myself, to help younger students as I feel I am approachable and caring.
If you ever had to refer a colleague for a specific position, then you would have needed to write an employment reference letter. There are certain standards to adhere to when writing business letters, like these. This is especially the case in application and reference letters, where you would have to be as convincing as possible.