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Reference Letter for Suggestion Senior or Alumni

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Sample Reference Letter for Suggestion Senior or Alumni

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Cover letters can be considered as a potential official document that helps you in conveying your official messages and proposals. It acts as a medium of conversation between you and the employer. Cover letters are written for various purposes like; acknowledging a job offer, accepting a job offer, negotiating salary before joining, for resignation and many purposes similar and different.

Reference letter for suggestion is written in order to avail assistance from the reader in finding a job. The reader is often a person who is your senior or alumni, or an experienced person who has been in this field since a long time, and is well equipped with the knowledge about vacancies or other opportunities in the field where you wish to work.

This page will direct you in drafting your reference cover letter. Take the help of the two samples in this page and create your cover letter.

Reference Letter for Suggestion-Senior/Alumni

Charles A. Nash,
50 Raver Croft Drive,
Knoxville, TN 37917,
(423)-555 9068.

Date: May 1, 2005.

Mr. George N. Cornell,
National Call Center,
1056 Spring Street,
Taylorville, IL 62568.

Dear Cornell,

Time flies away so fast. It just seems like yesterday, when I joined International School of Commerce, whereas it has been a year. I have enjoyed each and every moment that I have spent here. I attended a number of workshops organized by the school. I also have many achievements to my credit. Along with this letter, I am enclosing my resume that will throw light on my activities and achievements in the last years.

In July 2003, I did my internship with National Call Center, which polished my theoretical accounts and communication and interpersonal skills.

The internship period was also equally fruitful. I discovered during that period that my job target should be to attain a post in accounts representation contents, either in banking or in the investment area. Ideally, my preference would be a company that is newly established and which will be ready to welcome entry-level candidates. I wish to go into such a company where my skills and talents will be counted.

Should you become aware of any of your business associates, friends, etc., who might be interested in my abilities, I would appreciate your sending them a copy of my resume or letting me have their names so I can contact them personally.

Cornell, I would greatly appreciate your assistance and advice and I look forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards,


Reference Cover Letter Sample for Suggestion-Senior/Alumni

Lisa D. Saxon,
3467 Whaley Lane,
Milwaukee, WI 53226,
(262)-452 5065,

Date: May 2, 2005.

Mr. Ted M. Bonds,
National Call Center,
142 Pringle Drive,
Chicago, IL 60606

Dear Bonds,

I think it has been a few months since I wrote to you. Actually, I was a bit occupied in the last few months with assignments and various projects. I hope you are doing well with your work in National Call Center end enjoying it at the same time.

Today I write this letter with a special purpose. I feel very exuberant in telling you that I have completed three happy years in Regional Call Center as an accounts manager. These three years can be considered as one of the best phases of my life and career. The amount of knowledge and experience that I have gathered from here is simply wonderful. But as we know, to grow and to develop is the motive of life. I too wish to explore new areas in this field. Bonds, I would require your help for this.

As you are well updated with the information about various vacancies in this field, and you yourself being in a reputed organization since many years, I would request you to refer me to any firm that you think will be suitable for my profile. I would prefer a firm which has been in this field since, at least, 10-15 years. The location of the company would not be a major concern for me. I will also be eager to welcome new challenges and new responsibilities.

Please take this matter into consideration and help me with it. I would be happy to welcome any kind of suggestion or comment from your side.

I hope to hear from you soon.

Best regards

Lisa D. Saxon.


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