To write a letter of interest for a job, create a proper heading, write a couple of paragraphs outlining your qualifications and explaining your interest in the job, and end the letter with a closing statement. Sign the letter before sending it.
- Create the heading
For the heading, make sure all information is justified to the left-hand margin. Write the name of the company on the first line, with the address and phone number on the second and third lines respectively. Leave a space between the company information and the date on which you are writing the letter. Leave another space between the date and your name, address, phone number and email address.
- Create the greeting
Address the department that is responsible for the job posting. If the department is not specified, you can address the company generally. Start with "Dear" or any appropriate formal greeting, followed by a comma.
- Outline your qualifications
Use the first paragraph to directly address the job that interests you. Add your qualifications and experience, then explain how they match the job requirements. Use the second paragraph to summarize your career goals and request a meeting. Research the company if you do not know enough about it, and include reasons why you are a good match. Leave one space between the paragraphs.
- Add your signature
Conclude your letter with a formal closing such as "Sincerely" or "Kind Regards," followed by your name. Leave two or three spaces between the closing and your full name.