Writing a Cover Letter with Eric!
A cover letter is usually a paragraph or two where you list the skills you have for a potential employer. In this activity, you’ll practice writing your own cover letter— in preparation for the real thing!
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Think back to Lesson 3 and what you learned about the qualities of a team player. (For example, friendliness, reliability, a team player, etc.) If you can’t remember, or need a refresher, feel free to go back to Lesson 3 and review.
You’re now going to apply that knowledge and use it to write your own practice cover letter. Reminder: A cover letter is usually a paragraph or two, where you illustrate to your potential employer the skills you have.
Start by choosing a job that you think is interesting. Then, in the box below, write one-paragraph to a potential employer.
In this paragraph, you must name and explain at least two of your teamwork qualities and how they make you a great candidate for the job.
Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.
This response will be awarded full points automatically, but it will be reviewed and possibly adjusted after submission.