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01/16/2020

For a more realistic idea, you might also take a look at: “7 essential things to be a Great Storyteller” by Brian Tracy and “6 tips to avoid your work becoming boring to read” by Rachel Deem. Also, if you’re stuck with the first version, check out “13 tips on how to write a job application letter” by John Naughton.

For a more realistic idea, you might also take a look at: “7 essential things to be a Great Storyteller” by Brian Tracy and “6 tips to avoid your work becoming boring to read” by Rachel Deem. Also, if you’re stuck with the first version, check out “13 tips on how to write a job application letter” by John Naughton.
Step 4. Create your LinkedIn profile
Now that the letter is done, we’re ready to go to the next step. Once you are logged in, click your profile picture in the upper right hand corner.
Don’t forget to click on the “edit” tab.
Next, choose the type of page you want to open for this post.
Step 5. Edit your profile
Click on both the “edit” and “delete” buttons.
Don’t forget to click on the “edit” link near the bottom.
Step 6. Edit your resume
If you want, you can also move the text a bit. To do that, click on your name in the middle of the top section of your resume. (Image 1)
Next to your name (Image 2) is a new button with the word “edit” beside it. Now, click it and change the text near the bottom. Also make sure to change the “Type of Position” to “Internship”.
Step 7. Edit your cover letter
This is one of the most important parts of your job application. You definitely want the interviewer to feel comfortable with you. This is what your resume is for. A good cover letter can help you improve your chances even more. Keep in mind that this is the “meat” of the page. Before writing anything else, make sure to have made sure that your cover letter looks very professional, and that the content is exactly what you want it to be.
How to write effective a cover letter?
Step 8. Make sure the cover letter is a well written description
Now that you know exactly what the “meat” of your page is, you are ready to write the actual details.
Here is a short list of the important points to include:
Contact information
Position – what exactly is the aim of your internship or position?
A description of your interest in the field
Your motivation for applying for the position
Your contact information
In most cases, internship/job seekers usually include their contact information, including email address and address of their university. So, do not cut this line out! So, if you were to apply for internships/jobs with this contact information, you will automatically qualify for them all.
However, if you do not have any previous experience, then leave this line out.
Resume
If you have more experience, and the employers you are applying for are looking for resumes of someone who has more years of experience in the industry, you may want to include at least two versions.
The first version should contain only your name, education and other relevant information. Also, make sure that each version has the title that you are applying for, for example “Internships – Marketing” as it might stand for internships in marketing and not marketing internships.
The second version should contain your resume. It should describe, in detail, what