Cover Letter for Advertising Jobs
Reference cover letter for suggestions are written by candidates or students who would like to take an expert's opinion before making a career decision. The letter should talk about the candidates likes and skills and the courses they are pursing. The letter should be drafted in a pleasant tone. It should have a thank you note and pleasantries for the recipient of the letter.
Advertising jobs has a long list of career options ranging from accounts, media, research, creative departments to name a few. Candidates, who have flair and love to work in this filed usually think of making a career in this section. In most cases students fresh out of college are not certain of how to begin their career and are often doubtful if their skills meet the demand of the career. An expert's opinion, or someone who has spent considerable amount of time in the profession, proves very helpful to take the right career move.
Reference Letter for Suggestion
Alan M. Zwick,
2937 Scenicview Drive,
Toyah, TX 79785,
Date: May 1, 2005.
Mr. Cecil J. Smith,
Outlook Media Services,
2829 Fairfield Road,
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085.
Dear Mr. Smith,
Mr. Greg Parker from Olympus Advertising Inc., advised me to contact you for advice on pursuing a career in Media & Advertising. I came across Mr. Parker through an internship program arranged by the International School of Mass Communication (ISMC).
I am Senior student of Mass Communication and the workshop I had recently attended had been quite enriching and fun. I could relate to most of the job in the media service department, beginning from planning, direction and managing. I had previously taken print media as a vocation during my schooling but somehow lost touch. I would appreciate if you suggest a few campaigns in this field to sharpen my knowledge and confidence. I would also like to know the future prospects of this career before entering into the field.
I would appreciate if you take some time off from you schedule to meet me and talk about your experience. Your expertise and suggestion would prove very helpful for me.
I would call you next week to arrange a suitable time to meet you as per your convenience. In the meanwhile if you have any queries or if you would like to convey any information, please call me on the above telephone number.
I thank you for your time and for your guidance.
Alan M. Zwick,
Senior Student, Mass Comm.,
Reference Cover Letter for Suggestion
Mike S. Doyle,
2825 Jenna Lane,
Kanawha, IA 50447,
Date: October 5, 2011.
Jody M. Montiel,
Donald's Ad Agency,
129 Jadewood Farms,
Piscataway, NJ 08854.
Dear Mr. Montiel,
Mr. Thomas Williams, from Times Magazine, suggested I speak to you about taking a career in the creative department of copywriting. I am pursuing a Masters degree in English Honors and I have immense love for writing. I have been writing for the college magazine for the past two years and have also written a couple of article for Times Magazine in the latest edition which was published on October 1, 2011.
I had always dreamt of making it big in copywriting but I am not sure if my writing style fits the criteria. Although a few professors had always encouraged me in taking the career I am aware of the fact that I am good at writing news articles and fiction. My exposure in the creative field of copywriting is very less. I would like to have your advice in this matter for me to take the right career decision.
Attached with this letter are a couple of my create work. I request you to take some time off and go kindly through my writing. I would appreciate a constructive feedback from you end.
I would call you in a week's time to check your progress and also to set an appointment to meet you in person. It would my honor and pleasure to meet you. In the meanwhile if you have any queries or if you wish to suggest or inform me anything, please feel free to call me on the above telephone number at your convenience.
Your valued suggestion and feed back in this matter would prove very helpful for me to set my priorities right.
I thank you for your time and your advice.
Mike S. Doyle