Your cover letter is as important as your resume because it is often read first and plays a vital role in your quest for an interview. A cover letter is not a transmittal letter, and you may be surprised at how time-consuming it is to craft a good one. A cover letter has a purpose, which is to let an employer know why they should bother reading your resume and why they should meet you. It also serves as an example of your written work product; thus it should be clear, brief, and written in a business letter style, without any typographical errors.
I am very pleased to write this letter of recommendation for John Doe. I have worked with many teachers and teacher interns over my thirty-year teaching career, and he stands out among them. John was a sixth grade substitute Social Studies teacher during February and March of , and I had the pleasure of working with him on our team. I found him easy to work with and a personable individual. I was impressed that John took full responsibility as a permanent teacher, not as a temporary substitute.
An acceptance letter is a formal document drafted to inform an organization about your acceptance of certain proposal, contract, service offered, job or work. This letter acts as a tool of notifying the person that you will be obliged to work under certain terms. You might write a contract letter to your employer, business partner or some contractor you are intend to do work before the exact terms of the concord have been established.
An endorsement letter is a letter written to promote someone, product, or an organization. In companies this letter serves the purpose of endorsing someone, who has currently no job, to the company who may have a vacancy open. In other fields, like the entertainment industry, an endorsement letter is written to let the recipient know that he has agreed to endorse a brand at a particular price. An endorsement letter is essential because it could be your express ticket in getting the job.