Internship Cover Letter Template

Creating a cover letter in order to land your dream internship can be an intimidating task for many, but don’t panic, Intern Avenue are here to help. Our generic internship cover letter is here to help provide you with guidance and advice on what to include in your cover letter to make a great first impression.

A cover letter is the first thing a potential employer sees in the internship application process. It provides you with the opportunity to stand out from the crowd, and lets you introduce and market yourself effectively. Use your cover letter to showcase what interests and drives you, as well as portraying your enthusiasm and passion for both the company and internship.

When it comes to writing an internship level cover letter – we understand that this is a difficult task as you may be lacking extensive ‘real’ work experience. However do not worry, the focus of your internship cover letter should be on what you want to do, why you’re a good fit for the organization and how your education and qualifications are well matched to the role.

While your cover letter needs to be tailored and customised to each internship that you apply for, we hope that our sample cover letter below can help provide you with inspiration and guidance.

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Internship Cover Letter Example Template

1 July 2016

Ann Thomas
Company name

Dear Mrs Thomas,

I am currently in the 2nd year of my (your degree course) at Middlesex university and I’m keen to add to my experiences within the (sector) industry by getting an internship.

I’m writing to you in the hope that you would consider me for your intern programme which, according to my tutors, provides an exceptional opportunity to work at one of the most innovative companies within the sector.

I am a hardworking and determined individual dedicated to achieving the highest standards both personally and professionally. I am certain the skill set I currently possess make me an ideal candidate for your consideration.

Within the framework of my degree course I have gained invaluable experience and knowledge in (name two relevant modules) and have also taken part in a (name a relevant work related experience). I am also highly proficient in Microsoft Office and Adobe software, such as InDesign and Photoshop.

I am on course for a 2:1 honours degree and feel that, with the expertise your company could provide I can achieve and even surpass my predicted grade.

I would love the opportunity to discuss the possibility of joining your intern scheme, and believe I could add value to your organisation. I have enclosed my CV and look forward to hearing from you soon.

Thank you for your time.


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