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Sample Reference Letter for Suggestion Senior or Alumni

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Cover letters are official documents for the purpose of official conversations. They follow a regular pattern of formality and factuality. A cover letter generally lays emphasis on the usage of language. The language has to be in track with the content of the letter. It must not beat around the bush, but come to the point directly.

A cover letter is written for various purposes like; job acceptance, salary negotiation, drafting resignation, thanking the employer, or for writing a reference letter for suggestion and many more.

A suggestion cover letter is written in order to ask assistance from your senior or alumni in finding you a job or referring you to someone. In such a type of cover letter you can give details about your preferences regarding the job that you are looking for and you can also share your views regarding your present job. You can mention reasons for which you are looking for a new job.

Below are two samples of cover letter that can help you in drafting your own cover letter. Do make required modifications and changes in the data of the letter to suit your profile or requirement.

Reference Letter for Suggestion-Senior/Alumni

Richard M. Webb,
2547 Coal Road,
Plains, PA 18705,
(570)-714 5386.

Date: 5 May 2005.

Mr. Wesley.T.Casey,
National Magnetic Inc.,
257, Park Avenue South,
New York, NY 12345-6789.

Dear Casey,

This year spent at International School of Technology has been very exciting and equally fulfilling for me, and I hope they have been the same for you at your job at National Magnetic Inc. The enclosed resume will give you an idea about what I have been doing in the last year, academically. In July 2003, I did my internship with Regional Magnetic Inc., which helped me in improving my practical skills.

The time period that I spent on the internship threw light on the fact that I should be initiating my career with a small step. I think I should go for a company or a development center that is fresh in the corporate world or that is small or medium sized. I think this will give me an opportunity to grow along with the company. My job target would be a post with electronic and chip designing content, either in VHDL or in the VLSI field. Ideally, it would be with a company which markets at least 5-6 different products in electrical domain. Adapted to travelling as I am, I would not have any issues with the location of the company. My core interest would be in this that the company should help me to gauge and grow my skills.

Casey, I would sincerely appreciate your help and suggestion and I would look forward to hear from you soon.

Best Regards,


Engineering Reference Letter for Suggestion-Senior/Alumni

Jeffery T. Bass,
1098 Cody Ridge Road,
Milburn, OK 73450,
(580)-4430 949,

Date: 5 May 2005.

Mr. Jordan.P.Thompson,
National Magnetic Inc.
257, Park Avenue South,
New York, NY 12345-6789.

Dear Thompson,

Though we regularly write to each other, today I am writing for a certain purpose. You must be aware that I have completed four glorious years in Regional Magnetic Inc. The amount of experience and knowledge that this company has given me is something that I cannot explain to you in words.

You know that I am a person who likes to keep moving on in life. Stagnancy and stillness are words that do not find place in my life. So I wish to be a part of a new firm now. I wish to explore new areas, work with new people and undertake new responsibilities. I want to use my experiences and knowledge that I gathered from this firm and see how good I am in improving my own standards.

I want your assistance in this venture. You know many people in this field and are updated with the knowledge of various openings in this field. So if possible, I would request you to pass on my resume to any such firm which you think will be suitable for my profile and preferences. I would prefer a firm that is established and has a good name in the corporate world. Or if you come to know about any such openings you can give me their contact details.

I hope that you would take out some time from your busy schedule and help me in this matter. I would look forward to hear from you soon with a positive response.

Best Regards

Jeffery T. Bass.


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