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We have discussed how to write a good cover letter and how to utilize modular construction so that you can produce dozens of individualized letters from one prototype text. In addition, we have given examples of letters you might write in a variety of circumstances.
To make our presentation clear, we used a no-frills style of writing. Once you feel comfortable with the basics, you may want to write in a style that better reflects your own personality. To that end, this page will show you letters for a variety of situations written in a variety of styles. Please remember that these are samples, not models to be copied verbatim.
Amherst, MA 01002
March 21, 1997
Mr. David Partson
Sandersen & Co.
1776 Heritage Parkway
Woburn, MA 01801
Dear Mr. Partson,
It was nice speaking with you yesterday, but it was also a little sad. After meeting with you and other members of the Sanderson team during the last
semester, it was difficult to tum down an offer to join your firm.
To confirm our conversation, I am honored by your offer of employment.
However, I must decline it because I have concluded that starting my career
with another firm is a more appropriate match for me.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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