The cover letter process can seem intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. When you break it down into parts, a great cover letter can be done by anyone. This workshop-style guide provides you with a step-by-step approach to building a cover letter from heading to closing (and in that order).

How To Write a Good Cover Letter

A good Cover Letter will accomplish three main objectives:

Introduce you to the hiring manager

Explain why you would be a good fit for the position

Answer any questions hiring manager might have after reading your resume

This Cover Letter Guide will walk you through all the steps of creating a Great Cover Letter:

1

Cover Letter Heading

Contact information, date, and employer address - what to include and what not to include, and how to format your information.

2

Cover Letter Introduction

How to start a Cover Letter? Introduce yourself, explain why you are writing the cover letter, and grab attention by providing just one or two facts that show that you are a great candidate for the position.

3

Cover Letter Argument

What do you have to offer to the employer? Use professional accomplishments and your current position to convince the hiring manager that you should be interviewed for the job.

4

Cover Letter Closing

How to end a Cover Letter? Suggest next steps, include your resume, indicate your interest, and thank the hiring manger.

Do you need a Cover Letter?

You might be wondering if a cover letter is really necessary. As a professional, the cover letter should never be treated as optional. According to Monster.com, the only time you should omit the cover letter is when you’re specifically asked not to include one. Otherwise, you’ll want to include a tailored cover letter to leverage every possible advantage in a competitive job market.

While a resume shows your experience as a professional, it may not convey how your skills could be a good match for the position you are applying for. The main purpose of cover letter is to make connections. For this reason, the cover letter should not just summarize the resume, it should supply an explicit understanding of how your professional experience makes you a prime candidate.

Hiring managers will read your cover letter to see if you tailored it to the job at hand.

Deborah Collins of the Ford Foundation says:

The rest of this guide is structured in a workshop format. You can use the following steps to build an effective cover letter from top to bottom, or work on one section of an existing letter.

The Heading

The basic format of a cover letter should follow traditional business letter format. A heading should be at the very top of the page; center-aligned often works best. The heading should display: your contact information, the date, and employer address.

If you already have a resume, copy the heading from your resume directly onto the cover letter. This ensures uniformity within your two documents.

Your Contact Information

Your Name

Be sure to include your middle initial if you have one, so that you are less likely to be confused with another professional in your field with a similar name.

If everyone knows you by a middle name or nickname, provide that name in quotes or parentheses between your first name and last name: Katie “Kay” Clark. Additionally, list any professional credentials (M.D., CPA, Ph.D.) that are integral to the job.

For help on other name questions, please see The Ladders for guidance.

Email Address

Use a professional email address that is based around your name. This is not the time to use an email address that shows your wild side or your questionably inappropriate college nickname.

Telephone Number

Include the number where you are most easily reached. This is likely your cell phone number. If you are including your phone number on professional correspondence, be sure your voicemail recording does not contain jokes or sarcastic remarks. Use a generic neutral greeting as this is what employers will hear if you do not answer.

Mailing Address

Mailing Address is not always required. There are some points to consider when it comes to deciding to include a mailing address or not:

You might want to include your mailing address if:
  • You want to show an employer you are nearby, geographically, and would not need to relocate to take the position
  • You are applying to a federal position, which typically requires a full address
  • You are applying directly to a specific hiring manager, in which case there is no reason to exclude it
You might want to omit your mailing address if:
  • You are concerned about identity theft or other privacy issues
  • You are submitting your resume on job boards and are unsure of who is seeing your application
  • You do not presently live close to the position but are willing to relocate and take care of the expense involved
Examples:
With an address:
John P. Doe
100 Toledo Circle
Johnston, MI, 11111
johndoe@gmail.com
(111) 111-1111
Without an address:
John P. Doe
johndoe@gmail.com
(111) 111-1111

Date

Position

While there is nothing wrong with placing the date at the very top of your cover letter, it is best to follow the format of a business letter. This means the heading comes at the top, followed by the date. Keep two empty lines between the heading and the date (if you are pressed for space later, you can cut this down to one line of space).

Format

Use the long date format - this means you write the full date, including spelling out of the month, the day, and the year written with four digits.

Examples:
January 17, 2016

Employer Address

Although job applications are most often completed online, it is still a good idea to include the employer address if you can find one. Tailoring a formal letter, complete with an employer address, implicitly demonstrates your ability to be cordial, professional, and precise. Also, adding an employer address is one more detail that shows you are interested in that company specifically.

Press enter twice to add two lines of space after the date. This is where you will enter the employer address.

Examples:
When you have an employer contact:
Professor Janice Dickinson
GXB Corporation
800 Westford Road
Lansing, MI 11111
Mr. Daniel Wallowell
789 Pasadena Drive
Talladega, TX 89898
Ms. Jeannine Cunningham
67 Northeastern Drive
Suite #301
Boston, MA 02143
When you do not have a specific contact:
GXB Corporation
800 Westford Road
Lansing, MI 11111
Floor Eleven Technologies
789 Pasadena Drive
Talladega, TX 89898
Concepcion University
67 Northeastern Drive
Suite #301
Boston, MA 02143

Cover Letter Heading Examples

Examples:

The Introduction

This section is where you introduce yourself, and grasp the hiring manager’s attention. Why are you writing the cover letter? What sets you apart?

Greeting and Salutation

Who are you writing to?

The greeting of a cover letter sets the tone immediately, and should be personalized whenever possible. When you personalize the greeting, you demonstrate to the potential employer that you are seeking their company out specifically.

Who to address cover letter to? Look at the job ad you are responding to and see if you can find a contact. If you are unable to find one, consider doing a bit of sleuthing online to find the appropriate person to address the letter to.

You have a name

If you have a contact from the ad or from searching online, use that name in your greeting. Using the adjective “Dear” is always a safe and appropriate choice. Then, ensure you include the person’s last name with their appropriate title, if known.

Examples:
If the person is a doctor:
“Dear Dr. Jameson,”
If the person is a judge:
“Dear Judge Colby,”
If the person is a professor:
“Dear Professor Smyth,”
If the contact is female:
“Dear Ms. Geraldo,”
If the contact is male:
“Dear Mr. Estacion”
If the gender of the individual is unknown:
“Dear Mr./Ms. Johnson,”

You don’t have a name

If you absolutely cannot find a contact for the position, use a more generic business greeting. According to a recent survey, “Dear Hiring Manager” and “To whom it may concern” are the top two preferred greetings when you have no name to which you can address the letter:

Examples:
“Dear Hiring Manager,”
“To whom it may concern,”

The Opening

Who are you?

How to begin a cover letter? The first sentence should include your name. Even if the recruiter skims the rest of the cover letter, at least your name will be in the first sentence, reiterated from the heading. This provides you with the best chance that the hiring manager will make the connection between you as a person and the skills picked up by skimming the rest of what you have written.

Examples:
If this is one of your first jobs:
“My name is Jane Blythe.”
If you wish to include your present job title because it is impressive in your industry:
“My name is Jane Blythe and I am presently a Senior Marketing Manager at CMM Marketing Solutions.”
If you met the recruiter in person at a job fair or similar event, and wish to remind them:
“My name is Rodney Westerly. We spoke at the Boston, MA job fair on February 12th.”
If you wish to include a particularly noteworthy qualification that is aligned with the job you are applying to:
“My name is Sally Fay and I am a licensed social worker in the state of Massachusetts (LICSW).

If you wish to omit your name purposely, you can begin your cover letter with The Purpose section.

The Purpose

Why are you writing?

Go back to the job ad and ensure that you have the job title correct. This section is meant to demonstrate to the hiring manager that you’ve done your research and are clear on what type of position you are applying for (if you have that information).

Examples:
If you are clear on the position title:
“I am writing today to express my interest in the Scheduling Manager position.”
“I would like to express my interest in the Scheduling Manager vacancy.”
If you are clear on the position title and the ad has asked you to mention where you saw the listing:
“I am writing today to express my interest in the Special Education Aide position listed on SchoolSpring.com.”
If you have a company contact:
“I have discussed the vacant Analyst position with Margaret Styx recently, and wish to express my interest in learning more about the opening.”
If there isn’t a vacancy and you are expressing an interest in a future opening:
“I am writing to express my interest in any sales openings that might be arising in the near future.”
If you are only aware of openings in a certain department and do not have a job title:
“I am writing to express my interest in the vacancy in the operations department.”
If you are only aware of openings in a certain department, do not have a job title, but learned of the openings in a specific location:
“I am writing to express my interest in the vacancy in the client services department, which I learned about on the Indeed.com job board.”

The Grab

What is one thing that makes you a great fit for this position?

What is one aspect of the job ad that is most closely aligned with your current experience? This could be an educational credential, a certification, an achievement, or a former/current job title.

In this section, it is important to demonstrate to the hiring manager that you are clear on what the position entails as well as which of your skills will be most transferrable and related to the position.

Examples:
  • “I find this position to be particularly aligned with my professional qualifications, especially since you are seeking a manager with over five years of experience.
  • “This position is closely aligned with my professional qualifications, as I have significant experience in early childhood education focusing on special needs.
  • “I am uniquely qualified for the position as I have extensive experience in operations management at an environmental services company.

Cover Letter Introduction Examples

Introduction section should be short and digestible, 3 or 4 sentences.

Examples:
  • My name is Jane Eyre and I am presently an Operations Manager at Sevenfold, Inc. I am writing today to express my interest in the vacant Senior Operations Manager position, as my professional qualifications are closely aligned with it. I have significant experience in purchasing, as well as developing supply chains for manufacturing.
  • My name is Janice Thompson. I have discussed the part-time Special Ed. Assistant position with Dr. Brandt recently, and wish to express my interest in learning more about the opening. I find this position to be particularly aligned with my professional qualifications, especially since you are seeking someone with 3-5 years of experience and I have worked in a classroom setting for over 6 years.
  • My name is Lyla Hunt. We spoke at the BBGH job fair on September 27th and I am writing to express my interest in the full-time administrative opening. I am uniquely qualified for an administration position since I have extensive experience with both medical office management and executive assisting.

BONUS: As an alternative to the standard cover letter opener, if you feel comfortable getting creative, consider a nontraditional, story-based opener as described by The Muse. The following example is a re-working of the last traditional paragraph above:

  • When I was young, and all the other little girls wanted Easy-Bake Ovens, I asked my parents for a desk so I could pretend to organize my papers and answer important phone calls. Along with my significant experience in executive assisting, it was for this reason that I was particularly excited when I spoke with you at the BBGH job fair on September 27th and learned about your full-time administrative opening.

The Argument

In this section you discuss your professional qualifications in a more in-depth way, and explain what you have to offer the employer. Think of specific accomplishments, experience and background, skills and competences relevant to the job description. Why you and not other candidates? What makes you better?

Do not repeat what is already on your resume. You can:

Expand on your resume content

Provide additional information

Show how you fulfill the job requirements

For this section, you can use either a short paragraph or a short bulleted list. While there are no rules as to which approach is better (it’s a matter of preference and style), consider the following:

  • If you have a hunch the person reading the cover letter is going to be rushing, consider a bulleted list, so they don’t gloss over your professional accomplishments.
  • If you feel stretched for noteworthy professional items, consider a paragraph format, where you might be able to describe fewer professional achievements in more detail.

The paragraph method

Current Position Status

If you are presently a working professional, begin by stating your current status. (If you have no experience or are seeking a position within a new industry, simply exclude this line.)

Examples:
If you wish to indicate the company you presently work at in order to highlight it:
“Currently, I am a Branch Manager at TD Bank.”
If you wish to highlight your job title:
“Currently, I am a Branch Manager for a large Boston-area bank.”
“At present, I work as a Branch Manager.”
If your position is not explicitly clear from your job title:
“I am primarily responsible for hiring and overseeing all branch employees, their scheduling and training, as well as complying with appropriate federal laws, and ensuring that rigorous, corporate customer service goals are met each month.”
“This position requires me to hire and oversee all branch employees, schedule all staff for proper coverage, train new and advancing employees, comply with appropriate federal laws, and ensure that rigorous, corporate customer service goals are met each month.”
“Within this position, I am primarily responsible for the day-to-day operations of the branch as well as meeting the rigorous customer service goals set by our corporate office.”

Professional Accomplishments

The purpose of this section is to communicate your professional accomplishments. Examples below use quantifiable achievements and responsibilities. Include numbers and specifics that will give another person a very clear picture of your achievements.

If you have omitted the Current Position Status (as a new professional without experience or one that is shifting industries), boost your desirability as a potential employee by looking to previous academic or professional accomplishments as well as skills.

Examples:
If you want to highlight your management experience:
“In total, I manage 14 employees within 4 departments.”

If you need to further explain what type of position:
“My position can best be defined as a District Manager with significant store management responsibility in the flagship location.”
If you want to showcase a relevant academic achievement:
“I was the recipient of the Booker T. Washington Scholarship, which is granted to all graduate students with over a 3.95 GPA.”
If you are describing a territory that demonstrates you can handle a significant sales radius:
“I handle a 15-mile radius of sales territory in my district.”
If you are an educator and wish to show the significant teaching course-load that you are able to handle:
“I teach 15 credits of college English courses to more than 120 students each semester.”
If you want to indicate a degree that is relevant to the position you are applying to:
“Also, I hold an M.S. in Forensic Science”
If you want to indicate a certification that would make you more marketable for the position:
“Finally, I have Massachusetts English Teacher Licensure for grades 5-8 and 9-12.”
If you are describing a dollar amount within your achievement that shows you can make a significant amount of sales on a monthly basis:
“My monthly sales average is 2 million dollars of residential real estate.”
If you are describing a dollar amount that you feel would be noteworthy:
“I also single-handedly increased sales by $40,000 to $50,000 in each of my last three sales positions.”
If you wish to list a publication that demonstrates your scholarly work in your field:
“I am proud to have also published a paper in 2016 in ‘The Philosophical Quarterly’ entitled ‘The Problem of Ethics’.
If you wish to showcase your language skills because the customer base at the company to which you are applying is likely to speak a different language:
“Finally, I am fluent in three languages: Arabic, French, and English.”
If you wish to indicate specialized computer skills that an IT job is seeking:
“I am able to code in SQL, C#, Java, C++, and Python.”
If you wish to show how you saved your company money, thereby demonstrating your efficiency:
“As a final note, I streamlined our company’s supply chain process, resulting in a savings of over $400,000 in three years.”
If you wish to indicate an accolade or honor that differentiates you from others in your field:
“I am also the proud recipient of the 2014 NSPE Distinguished Service Award.”
If you think that your online presence will augment your credibility:
“I have also obtained a four-star rating from Angie’s List.”

Middle Section - Paragraph Method Examples

Examples:
  • My position can best be defined as a District Manager at Talbots with significant store management responsibilities at the flagship location. In 2015, my stores benefited from a 45% monthly increase in sales. As a final note, I streamlined our stores’ annual Black Friday scheduling difficulties, resulting in 20k reduction in holiday returns.
  • I teach 15 credits of college English courses to more than 120 students each semester. Also, I hold a Ph.D. in Anthropology from Harvard University. In addition, I have Massachusetts English Teacher Licensure for grades 5-8 and 9-12. Lastly, I am fluent in Spanish and English.
  • Currently, I am a Supply Chain Supervisor, and am primarily responsible for sourcing raw materials from our company’s suppliers, maintaining relationships with suppliers in order to ensure smooth ordering, and making recommendations to continually improve our process. I am also the proud recipient of our company’s 2014 NSPE Distinguished Service Award. As a final note, I streamlined our company’s supply chain process, resulting in a savings of over $400,000 in three years.

The bullet list method

Bullet list introduction

In order to properly frame a bullet list, add one line to indicate what the list will contain:

Examples:
  • “Some of my most noteworthy professional highlights include:”
  • “Please note the following list of my notable professional accomplishments:”
  • “Some of my most notable professional and academic highlights include:”
  • “Some notable achievements and skills are as follows:”

Professional Accomplishments

Use short sentence pieces that highlight 5-7 quantifiable achievements, academic points, and/or skills:

Examples:
If you want to indicate a degree that is relevant to the position you are applying to:
“M.S. in Forensic Science”
If you want to indicate a certification that would make you more marketable for the position:
“Massachusetts English Teacher Licensure: 5-8, 9-12.”
If you want to convey management responsibilities to demonstrate how much you can handle:
“Manager of 20 employees within 4 departments.”
If you are describing a dollar amount within your achievement that you feel would be noteworthy:
“Monthly sales average of 2 million dollars of residential real estate”
If you are describing a dollar amount within your achievement that you feel would be noteworthy:
“Single-handedly increased sales by $40,000 to $50,000 in each of my last three sales positions.”
If you are an educator and wish to show the significant teaching course-load that you are able to handle:
“Courses total 15 credits to more than 120 students each semester.”
If you wish to discuss a publication that indicates your scholarly work in your field:
“Published ‘The Problem of Ethics’ in ‘The Philosophical Quarterly’ in 2016.
If you wish to showcase your language skills, since the customer base at the company to which you are applying is likely to speak a different language:
“Fluent in three languages: Arabic, French, and English.”
If you wish to indicate specialized computer skills that an IT job is seeking:
“Can code in SQL, C#, Java, C++, and Python.”
If you wish to show how you saved your company money, thereby demonstrating efficiency:
“Streamlined supply chain process to save $400,000 over three years.”
If you wish to indicate an accolade or honor that differentiates you from others in your field:
“2014 Recipient of NSPE Distinguished Service Award.”
If you think that your online presence will augment your credibility:
“Obtained a four-star rating from Angie’s List.”

Middle Section - Bullet Method Examples

Examples:
  • Some of my most noteworthy professional and academic highlights include:
    • Published ‘Implementing Coding in the Classroom’ for the “Journal of Information Technology”
    • Can code in C# and Java
    • M.S. in Information Security from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU)
    • 2009 Recipient of Security 7 Award
  • Some significant achievements and skills are as follows:
    • M.A. in Italian Studies
    • Fluent in Italian, French, German, and Spanish
    • Undergraduate language studies courses taught total of 15 credits to more than 120 students each semester
    • Published in four academic, peer-reviewed journals
  • Please note the following list of my significant professional accomplishments:
    • Sold $5 million of residential real estate in 2015
    • Recipient of Sunnyside Realty’s end-of-year trip for top sellers
    • Obtained 5-star rating on Yelp with 60+ reviews

The Closing

This closing is simply the end of your cover letter. This section is used to suggest next steps, provide additional documents, indicate your interest, and thank the hiring manager.

Enclosure

Do you have a resume, transcript, portfolio piece, photo, or other job-specific document that you believe would highlight your application within your industry?

If you are including a resume, you will want to state that your resume is enclosed with your application.

Examples:
  • “Enclosed, you will find my resume, which provides more information on my education, qualifications, and experience.”
  • “The attached resume provides a further account of my professional history.”
  • “Please also find my resume attached to this application.”

If you are in artistic field where a photo, or a portfolio is expected:

  • “Also, please see the following link for a sampling of my professional work: tmhdesigns.me”
  • “Lastly, my professional headshot is attached.”

Call to Action

Do you hope to gain an interview, receive confirmation of your application, or speak with the hiring manager on the phone? You expectations should be made clear; you want to encourage the recruiter to follow up with you in some way or another, mostly to gain an interview.

Examples:
  • “I hope that you will grant me the opportunity for an interview, so that I may further convey the benefits I can bring to your organization.”
  • “I would like to ask you for the opportunity for an interview, so that I can explain how I would improve your organization.”
  • “Please confirm that you have received this application.”
  • “Please contact me for additional information.”
  • “Please contact me so that we can discuss how I may bring my talents and abilities to this position.”

Contact information

How would you like to be contacted? Include your phone #, email, or other contact information.

Examples:
  • “Please find my contact information below. I can be reached by telephone or email.”
  • “My contact information is listed below. I can be reached by telephone or email.”
  • “Please feel free to contact me at the phone number below.”
  • “My contact number is below.”

Indicate Your Interest

Next, include a line that conveys your enthusiasm for the position. This sentence demonstrates that you are particularly interested in the position at hand and are seeking a reply. Additionally, this is a formality in the letter that helps to transition you to the “thank you” line.

Examples:
  • “I look forward to your reply.”
  • “I await your reply.”
  • “I look forward to hearing from you.”
  • “I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.”

Thank you

Conclude this section with a thank you. With this line, you convey your gratitude for the hiring manager’s time and you leave the letter with a professional and polite tone.

Examples:
  • “Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.”
  • “Thank you for your time and attention.”
  • “Thank you for your time.”
  • “Thank you for your consideration.”

Exit the Letter

Exit lines are short, and come right before your name, and leave the reader with a final sense of your personality and the tone with which you are addressing them. While you can’t go wrong with any of these choices, consider which situation suits you best.

Examples:
If you would like a neutral, safe choice for any letter in any industry:
“Sincerely,”
If you are in a more formal field like medicine, law, or higher education, other options include:
“Kind regards,”
“Regards,”
If you are addressing a recruiter directly and wish to communicate how grateful you are for this potential opportunity:
“Gratefully,”
“With gratitude,”
If you are writing to someone who has a higher rank than you in your field and wish to communicate the utmost respect and/or sincerity:
“Respectfully,”
“Most sincerely,”

Finally, under your exit, place your full name and contact information.

Examples:
  • With gratitude,
    James Patterson
    (777) 778-7777
  • Gratefully,
    Mary Murphy Jennings
    mmjennings1@email.com
  • Respectfully,
    Damon J. Haus
    djhaus@email.com
    (887) 990-9990

Examples of Ending the Cover Letter

Examples:
  • Enclosed you will find my resume which provides more information on my education, qualifications, and past experiences. Also, please see the following link for a sampling of my professional work: tmhdesigns.me. I would like to ask you for the opportunity for an interview, so that I can further explain how I could benefit your organization. Please find my contact information below.

    Thank you for your consideration.

    James Patterson
    (777) 778-7777

  • The attached resume provides a further portrait of my professional history. I hope that you will grant me the opportunity for an interview, so that I may further convey my talents and abilities, as well as other benefits I can bring to your organization. Please feel free to contact me at the phone number below. I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.

    Gratefully,
    Mary Murphy Jennings
    mmjennings1@email.com

  • Please also find my resume attached to this application. I hope that you will grant me the opportunity for an interview, so that I may further convey my talents and abilities, as well as other benefits I can bring to your organization. My contact number is below.

    Thank you for your time.

    Respectfully,
    Damon J. Haus
    djhaus@email.com
    (887) 990-9990

283 Cover Letter Templates

Here you will find 283 cover letter templates. Within the templates, there is some basic content that will help to facilitate your completion of the cover letter with your own information. These cover letter templates match our most popular 283 resume templates, all of which makes it easy for you to construct a uniformed pair of documents for your job applications.

Basic and simple cover letter

If you are applying for a job in a traditional or non-creative field, it’s a good idea to keep your resume on the conservative side. Cover letter templates in this category can successfully be used in most industries.

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    Core Skills Cover Letter

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  • 262-IT-Contractor-cover-letter

    IT Contractor Cover Letter

    286 downloads
  • 256-Corporate-Candidate-cover-letter

    Corporate Candidate Cover Letter

    274 downloads
  • 252-Bold-Career-cover-letter

    Bold Career Cover Letter

    239 downloads
  • 255-High-Tech-Special-cover-letter

    High-Tech Special Cover Letter

    224 downloads
  • 273-Network-cover-letter

    Network Cover Letter

    217 downloads
  • 264-Feature-Presentation-cover-letter

    Feature Presentation Cover Letter

    200 downloads
  • 254-Splash-of-Blue-cover-letter

    Splash of Blue Cover Letter

    188 downloads
  • 251-Format-Mix-cover-letter

    Format Mix Cover Letter

    165 downloads
  • 250-In-Depth-cover-letter

    In-Depth Cover Letter

    135 downloads

Clean

Basic designs with a little extra color and creativity to incorporate a little more personality. Cover letter templates in this category rely on typography, white space, and color to create professional yet creative designs. View 28 Clean and Simple Cover Letters.

  • 283-score-card-cover-letter

    Score-card Cover Letter

    3,478 downloads
  • 278-Europass-CV-Template-cover-letter

    Europass CV Template Cover Letter

    1,079 downloads
  • 280-In-a-Nutshell-cover-letter

    In a Nutshell Cover Letter

    1,043 downloads
  • 249-Out-of-the-Box-cover-letter

    Out of the Box Cover Letter

    763 downloads
  • 277-discreetly-modern-cover-letter

    Discreetly Modern Cover Letter

    733 downloads
  • 163-Substantial-cover-letter

    Substantial Cover Letter

    570 downloads
  • 221-Broad-Appeal-cover-letter

    Broad Appeal Cover Letter

    451 downloads
  • 214-Upfront-cover-letter

    Upfront Cover Letter

    396 downloads
  • 210-Subtle-Creativity-cover-letter

    Subtle Creativity Cover Letter

    347 downloads
  • 29-Mono-Shading-cover-letter

    Mono Shading Cover Letter

    339 downloads
  • 229-Creative-Bricks-cover-letter

    Creative Bricks Cover Letter

    302 downloads
  • 26-Important-message-cover-letter

    Important message Cover Letter

    292 downloads
  • 23-Neat-cover-letter

    Neat Cover Letter

    285 downloads
  • 20-Elegant-Traditional-cover-letter

    Elegant Traditional Cover Letter

    276 downloads
  • 28-Executive-Elegant-cover-letter

    Executive Elegant Cover Letter

    276 downloads
  • 241-Commencing-cover-letter

    Commencing Cover Letter

    276 downloads
  • 148-Cosmopolitan-cover-letter

    Cosmopolitan Cover Letter

    254 downloads
  • 25-My-Name-is-cover-letter

    My Name is Cover Letter

    242 downloads
  • 147-Space-It-Out-cover-letter

    Space It Out Cover Letter

    228 downloads
  • 191-Bulletin-cover-letter

    Bulletin Cover Letter

    226 downloads
  • 76-Raise-the-Bar-cover-letter

    Raise the Bar Cover Letter

    219 downloads
  • 182-Accomplished-cover-letter

    Accomplished Cover Letter

    217 downloads
  • 237-Present-Yourself-cover-letter

    Present Yourself Cover Letter

    216 downloads
  • 33-Indent-Line-cover-letter

    Indent Line Cover Letter

    213 downloads
  • 21-Classic-Elegance-cover-letter

    Classic Elegance Cover Letter

    210 downloads
  • 27-Self-Assessment-cover-letter

    Self Assessment Cover Letter

    209 downloads
  • 69-Classy-cover-letter

    Classy Cover Letter

    197 downloads
  • 168-fresh-take-cover-letter

    Fresh Take Cover Letter

    197 downloads
  • 220-Bold-Red-Shading-cover-letter

    Bold Red Shading Cover Letter

    191 downloads
  • 159-Stately-cover-letter

    Stately Cover Letter

    190 downloads
  • 189-Exemplar-cover-letter

    Exemplar Cover Letter

    190 downloads
  • 149-Solid-Segments-cover-letter

    Solid Segments Cover Letter

    187 downloads
  • 165-Top-Level-cover-letter

    Top Level Cover Letter

    187 downloads
  • 172-Aristocratic-cover-letter

    Aristocratic Cover Letter

    183 downloads
  • 223-No-Point-Left-Out-cover-letter

    No Point Left Out Cover Letter

    180 downloads
  • 145-Creative-Conventions-cover-letter

    Creative Conventions Cover Letter

    178 downloads
  • 166-Firm-cover-letter

    Firm Cover Letter

    172 downloads
  • 171-Overture-cover-letter

    Overture Cover Letter

    170 downloads
  • 146-Breezy-cover-letter

    Breezy Cover Letter

    167 downloads
  • 158-Award-Winner-cover-letter

    Award Winner Cover Letter

    163 downloads
  • 73-Academia-cover-letter

    Academia Cover Letter

    157 downloads
  • 16-Bold-Simplicity-cover-letter

    Bold Simplicity Cover Letter

    154 downloads
  • 170-New-Agenda-cover-letter

    New Agenda Cover Letter

    153 downloads
  • 136-Bold-Red-cover-letter

    Bold Red Cover Letter

    151 downloads
  • 91-Bright-Contrast-cover-letter

    Bright Contrast Cover Letter

    149 downloads
  • 118-Checkmark-Timeline-cover-letter

    Checkmark Timeline Cover Letter

    143 downloads
  • 47-Shades-of-Blue-cover-letter

    Shades of Blue Cover Letter

    142 downloads
  • 117-Shades-of-Gray-cover-letter

    Shades of Gray Cover Letter

    139 downloads
  • 219-Next-Level-cover-letter

    Next Level Cover Letter

    139 downloads
  • 55-No-Nonsense-cover-letter

    No-Nonsense Cover Letter

    137 downloads
  • 156-Offset-cover-letter

    Offset Cover Letter

    136 downloads
  • 116-Non-traditional-Traditional-cover-letter

    Non-traditional Traditional Cover Letter

    133 downloads
  • 151-Industry-Lifer-cover-letter

    Industry Lifer Cover Letter

    132 downloads
  • 44-Pretty-in-Pink-cover-letter

    Pretty in Pink Cover Letter

    131 downloads
  • 216-Hard-Worker-cover-letter

    Hard Worker Cover Letter

    130 downloads
  • 41-Simple-Red-cover-letter

    Simple Red Cover Letter

    129 downloads
  • 202-Beaming-cover-letter

    Beaming Cover Letter

    129 downloads
  • 61-Professional-Block-cover-letter

    Professional Block Cover Letter

    128 downloads
  • 39-Simple-Underline-cover-letter

    Simple Underline Cover Letter

    127 downloads
  • 152-Check-It-Off-cover-letter

    Check It Off Cover Letter

    126 downloads
  • 17-Inverse-cover-letter

    Inverse Cover Letter

    124 downloads
  • 62-Career-Starter-cover-letter

    Career Starter Cover Letter

    123 downloads
  • 74-Functional-Space-cover-letter

    Functional Space Cover Letter

    123 downloads
  • 111-Packed-Classic-cover-letter

    Packed Classic Cover Letter

    123 downloads
  • 164-Striking-cover-letter

    Striking Cover Letter

    123 downloads
  • 167-Burgeoning-cover-letter

    Burgeoning Cover Letter

    123 downloads
  • 185-Caption-It-cover-letter

    Caption It Cover Letter

    122 downloads
  • 108-Airy-Traditional-cover-letter

    Airy Traditional Cover Letter

    120 downloads
  • 40-Section-Lines-cover-letter

    Section Lines Cover Letter

    119 downloads
  • 65-Plus-It-cover-letter

    Plus It Cover Letter

    119 downloads
  • 208-Functional-Showcase-cover-letter

    Functional Showcase Cover Letter

    119 downloads
  • 82-Skilled-cover-letter

    Skilled Cover Letter

    118 downloads
  • 43-Simple-Central-cover-letter

    Simple Central Cover Letter

    108 downloads
  • 204-Tidy-cover-letter

    Tidy Cover Letter

    102 downloads

Modern

Modern cover letters are classic and streamlined but with an added modern twist. These are great for candidates who are creative, progressive, and current on the latest technology. View 57 Modern Cover Letter Designs.

  • 224-Blue-Side-cover-letter

    Blue Side Cover Letter

    668 downloads
  • 169-Career-Pitch-cover-letter

    Career Pitch Cover Letter

    454 downloads
  • 150-Split-Page-cover-letter

    Split Page Cover Letter

    426 downloads
  • 177-Glimmer-cover-letter

    Glimmer Cover Letter

    402 downloads
  • 162-Steely-cover-letter

    Steely Cover Letter

    368 downloads
  • 153-Creative-Formal-cover-letter

    Creative Formal Cover Letter

    357 downloads
  • 233-Personal-Brand-cover-letter

    Personal Brand Cover Letter

    356 downloads
  • 199-Show-and-Tell-cover-letter

    Show and Tell Cover Letter

    333 downloads
  • 234-Vibrant-cover-letter

    Vibrant Cover Letter

    330 downloads
  • 22-Hire-Me-cover-letter

    Hire Me Cover Letter

    325 downloads
  • 235-Streamlined-cover-letter

    Streamlined Cover Letter

    299 downloads
  • 242-Skilful-cover-letter

    Skilful Cover Letter

    288 downloads
  • 121-Designers-Touch-cover-letter

    Designer's Touch Cover Letter

    286 downloads
  • 24-Professional-Orange-cover-letter

    Professional Orange Cover Letter

    276 downloads
  • 68-Black-and-Orange-cover-letter

    Black and Orange Cover Letter

    270 downloads
  • 213-Cavalier-cover-letter

    Cavalier Cover Letter

    264 downloads
  • 96-Advertise-cover-letter

    Advertise Cover Letter

    251 downloads
  • 4-No-Fuss-Duo-cover-letter

    No Fuss - Duo Cover Letter

    246 downloads
  • 239-Marketed-cover-letter

    Marketed Cover Letter

    245 downloads
  • 196-Foundation-cover-letter

    Foundation Cover Letter

    231 downloads
  • 52-Corporate-lines-cover-letter

    Corporate lines Cover Letter

    221 downloads
  • 160-Formative-Traditional-cover-letter

    Formative Traditional Cover Letter

    214 downloads
  • 180-One-Two-Three-cover-letter

    One Two Three Cover Letter

    212 downloads
  • 230-Grindstone-cover-letter

    Grindstone Cover Letter

    191 downloads
  • 193-Page-One-cover-letter

    Page One Cover Letter

    190 downloads
  • 195-Refined-cover-letter

    Refined Cover Letter

    190 downloads
  • 14-Bold-Contrast-cover-letter

    Bold Contrast Cover Letter

    188 downloads
  • 19-Block-Step-cover-letter

    Block Step Cover Letter

    182 downloads
  • 75-Bright-Dots-cover-letter

    Bright Dots Cover Letter

    182 downloads
  • 11-Bold-Typography-cover-letter

    Bold Typography Cover Letter

    178 downloads
  • 140-Sequences-cover-letter

    Sequences Cover Letter

    178 downloads
  • 56-What-the-people-say-cover-letter

    What the people say Cover Letter

    174 downloads
  • 138-Rosy-Outlook-cover-letter

    Rosy Outlook Cover Letter

    171 downloads
  • 222-Lively-Step-cover-letter

    Lively Step Cover Letter

    171 downloads
  • 174-Presentation-Slide-cover-letter

    Presentation Slide Cover Letter

    170 downloads
  • 179-Schema-cover-letter

    Schema Cover Letter

    170 downloads
  • 95-All-Business-cover-letter

    All Business Cover Letter

    162 downloads
  • 67-Call-Out-cover-letter

    Call Out Cover Letter

    157 downloads
  • 115-Open-Entry-cover-letter

    Open Entry Cover Letter

    154 downloads
  • 218-Spirited-Professional-cover-letter

    Spirited Professional Cover Letter

    153 downloads
  • 206-Positive-Showing-cover-letter

    Positive Showing Cover Letter

    152 downloads
  • 122-Fades-of-Green-cover-letter

    Fades of Green Cover Letter

    150 downloads
  • 66-Check-Box-cover-letter

    Check Box Cover Letter

    137 downloads
  • 212-VIP-cover-letter

    VIP Cover Letter

    136 downloads
  • 133-Springing-cover-letter

    Springing Cover Letter

    134 downloads
  • 45-Framed-cover-letter

    Framed Cover Letter

    128 downloads
  • 201-Prelude-cover-letter

    Prelude Cover Letter

    127 downloads
  • 60-List-It-cover-letter

    List It Cover Letter

    123 downloads
  • 35-Block-Colour-cover-letter

    Block Colour Cover Letter

    121 downloads
  • 63-Colour-Bricks-cover-letter

    Colour Bricks Cover Letter

    119 downloads
  • 132-Front-and-Center-cover-letter

    Front and Center Cover Letter

    119 downloads
  • 105-Column-Mix-cover-letter

    Column Mix Cover Letter

    117 downloads
  • 32-Casual-Blue-cover-letter

    Casual Blue Cover Letter

    113 downloads
  • 59-Scale-cover-letter

    Scale Cover Letter

    109 downloads
  • 88-Logos-cover-letter

    Logos Cover Letter

    107 downloads
  • 87-Fast-Food-Sections-cover-letter

    Fast Food Sections Cover Letter

    105 downloads
  • 53-Testimonials-cover-letter

    Testimonials Cover Letter

    98 downloads

Contemporary

The Contemporary cover letter designs have a very modern, up-to-date, dynamic look. Layouts in this category often have two-column or three-column formats, and they read like actual newsletters with headlines and possibly photographs. View 26 Contemporary Cover Letter Designs.

  • 244-Slated-for-the-Job-cover-letter

    Slated for the Job Cover Letter

    514 downloads
  • 225-Fine-Points-cover-letter

    Fine Points Cover Letter

    441 downloads
  • 198-Boast-cover-letter

    Boast Cover Letter

    386 downloads
  • 243-Sidebar-cover-letter

    Sidebar Cover Letter

    321 downloads
  • 134-Artistic-Flyer-cover-letter

    Artistic Flyer Cover Letter

    311 downloads
  • 194-Multitasking-cover-letter

    Multitasking Cover Letter

    230 downloads
  • 191-Bulletin-cover-letter

    Bulletin Cover Letter

    226 downloads
  • 144-Full-House-cover-letter

    Full House Cover Letter

    221 downloads
  • 1-Two-Tone-Colour-cover-letter

    Two-Tone Colour Cover Letter

    220 downloads
  • 197-Majestic-cover-letter

    Majestic Cover Letter

    218 downloads
  • 7-Big-Bold-Header-cover-letter

    Big Bold Header Cover Letter

    179 downloads
  • 70-Splash-Page-cover-letter

    Splash Page Cover Letter

    170 downloads
  • 175-Leaflet-cover-letter

    Leaflet Cover Letter

    164 downloads
  • 129-Full-Page-cover-letter

    Full Page Cover Letter

    159 downloads
  • 79-On-a-Scale-cover-letter

    On a Scale Cover Letter

    154 downloads
  • 127-Marquee-cover-letter

    Marquee Cover Letter

    153 downloads
  • 15-Icons-and-Bullets-cover-letter

    Icons and Bullets Cover Letter

    150 downloads
  • 81-Little-Spaces-cover-letter

    Little Spaces Cover Letter

    150 downloads
  • 114-Net-Profile-cover-letter

    Net Profile Cover Letter

    139 downloads
  • 64-Newsletter-cover-letter

    Newsletter Cover Letter

    135 downloads
  • 57-Power-Elite-cover-letter

    Power Elite Cover Letter

    129 downloads
  • 80-Nascent-cover-letter

    Nascent Cover Letter

    126 downloads
  • 154-Texture-cover-letter

    Texture Cover Letter

    123 downloads
  • 6-Transatlantic-America-New-York-cover-letter

    Transatlantic – America – New York Cover Letter

    118 downloads
  • 72-Blogging-cover-letter

    Blogging Cover Letter

    108 downloads
  • 128-Deep-Blue-Technology-cover-letter

    Deep Blue Technology Cover Letter

    107 downloads

Portfolio

Portfolio templates allow you to highlight creativity and accomplishments in a visual way. Showcase a few samples of your best work up front, in your resume, or in your cover letter. View 11 Portfolio Cover Letters.

  • 282-Picture-perfect-cover-letter

    Picture perfect Cover Letter

    1,304 downloads
  • 140-Sequences-cover-letter

    Sequences Cover Letter

    178 downloads
  • 2-Creative-Multi-Colour-Blocks-cover-letter

    Creative Multi Colour Blocks Cover Letter

    147 downloads
  • 9-Picture-Feature-cover-letter

    Picture Feature Cover Letter

    139 downloads
  • 10-Picture-Timeline-cover-letter

    Picture Timeline Cover Letter

    139 downloads
  • 83-Film-Strip-cover-letter

    Film Strip Cover Letter

    135 downloads
  • 3-High-Impact-Multi-Colour-cover-letter

    High Impact Multi Colour Cover Letter

    131 downloads
  • 12-Personal-Endorsements-cover-letter

    Personal Endorsements Cover Letter

    131 downloads
  • 101-Circles-cover-letter

    Circles Cover Letter

    129 downloads
  • 34-Creative-Picture-Column-cover-letter

    Creative Picture Column Cover Letter

    115 downloads
  • 8-Four-Squares-cover-letter

    Four Squares Cover Letter

    92 downloads

Tabular

Organize all the content into tables to get an organized layout, where columns are lined up nicely to create a structured look. Tabular cover letters should not be submitted through applicant tracking systems (ATS) as spacing may be inserted or removed as the document is “parsed” into the system. View 15 Tabular Cover Letter Designs.

  • 200-Organized-cover-letter

    Organized Cover Letter

    408 downloads
  • 235-Streamlined-cover-letter

    Streamlined Cover Letter

    299 downloads
  • 97-Traditional-Plus-cover-letter

    Traditional Plus Cover Letter

    261 downloads
  • 126-Bar-Chart-cover-letter

    Bar Chart Cover Letter

    169 downloads
  • 89-Polished-cover-letter

    Polished Cover Letter

    166 downloads
  • 99-Tied-Together-cover-letter

    Tied Together Cover Letter

    157 downloads
  • 119-Lists-of-Expertise-cover-letter

    Lists of Expertises Cover Letter

    156 downloads
  • 85-Blue-Pop-cover-letter

    Blue Pop Cover Letter

    145 downloads
  • 80-Nascent-cover-letter

    Nascent Cover Letter

    126 downloads
  • 110-Qualified-cover-letter

    Qualified Cover Letter

    115 downloads
  • 112-Open-cover-letter

    Open Cover Letter

    111 downloads
  • 38-Colour-Contrast-cover-letter

    Colour Contrast Cover Letter

    108 downloads
  • 78-Traditional-Table-cover-letter

    Traditional Table Cover Letter

    108 downloads
  • 37-Salmon-cover-letter

    Salmon Cover Letter

    104 downloads
  • 102-Blocks-cover-letter

    Blocks Cover Letter

    104 downloads

Creative

These visually stunning and non-traditional layouts are fancy and bursting with creativity. When selecting from this category, make sure your choice will be considered appropriate in your industry. View 82 Creative Cover Letter Designs.

  • 281-Info-pop-cover-letter

    Info-pop Cover Letter

    1,151 downloads
  • 142-What-a-Doll-cover-letter

    What a Doll Cover Letter

    508 downloads
  • 247-Profile-Picture-cover-letter

    Profile Picture Cover Letter

    490 downloads
  • 226-Ardent-cover-letter

    Ardent Cover Letter

    485 downloads
  • 236-Sky-is-the-Limit-cover-letter

    Sky's the Limit Cover Letter

    383 downloads
  • 248-Social-Media-cover-letter

    Social Media Cover Letter

    316 downloads
  • 229-Creative-Bricks-cover-letter

    Creative Bricks Cover Letter

    302 downloads
  • 232-Tablet-cover-letter

    Tablet Cover Letter

    291 downloads
  • 245-Expressive-cover-letter

    Expressive Cover Letter

    284 downloads
  • 157-Blue-Pop-cover-letter

    Blue Pop Bold Cover Letter

    258 downloads
  • 207-Out-Front-cover-letter

    Out Front Cover Letter

    255 downloads
  • 246-Ribbon-cover-letter

    Ribbon Cover Letter

    250 downloads
  • 228-Career-Diagram-cover-letter

    Career Diagram Cover Letter

    245 downloads
  • 231-Refined-cover-letter

    Refined Columns Cover Letter

    232 downloads
  • 5-Personal-Touch-cover-letter

    Personal Touch Cover Letter

    209 downloads
  • 135-Banner-Day-cover-letter

    Banner Day Cover Letter

    204 downloads
  • 141-Orange-Chevron-cover-letter

    Orange Chevron Cover Letter

    201 downloads
  • 155-Graphic-cover-letter

    Graphic Cover Letter

    200 downloads
  • 161-Bubbly-cover-letter

    Bubbly Cover Letter

    198 downloads
  • 143-Icon-Fun-cover-letter

    Icon Fun Cover Letter

    194 downloads
  • 92-Front-Page-cover-letter

    Front Page Cover Letter

    189 downloads
  • 215-Great-Blue-Divide-cover-letter

    Great Blue Divide Cover Letter

    189 downloads
  • 139-Orange-Blossom-cover-letter

    Orange Blossom Cover Letter

    183 downloads
  • 181-Tabbed-cover-letter

    Tabbed Cover Letter

    178 downloads
  • 94-Hi!-I-am-cover-letter

    Hi! I am Cover Letter

    170 downloads
  • 109-Headshot-cover-letter

    Headshot Cover Letter

    160 downloads
  • 51-Wrap-Around-cover-letter

    Wrap Around Cover Letter

    159 downloads
  • 93-Timeline-cover-letter

    Timeline Cover Letter

    159 downloads
  • 178-Confident-cover-letter

    Confident Cover Letter

    150 downloads
  • 84-Shadows-cover-letter

    Shadows Cover Letter

    147 downloads
  • 104-Starry-cover-letter

    Starry Cover Letter

    147 downloads
  • 209-Promote-Yourself-cover-letter

    Promote Yourself Cover Letter

    147 downloads
  • 125-Black-Tie-cover-letter

    Black Tie Cover Letter

    145 downloads
  • 131-Urban-Development-cover-letter

    Urban Development Cover Letter

    145 downloads
  • 18-Bold-Chevrons-cover-letter

    Bold Chevrons Cover Letter

    143 downloads
  • 47-Shades-of-Blue-cover-letter

    Shades of Blue Cover Letter

    142 downloads
  • 227-Portrait-cover-letter

    Portrait Cover Letter

    142 downloads
  • 120-About-Me-cover-letter

    About Me Cover Letter

    136 downloads
  • 86-Pasture-cover-letter

    Pasture Cover Letter

    135 downloads
  • 103-Circle-Timeline-cover-letter

    Circle Timeline Cover Letter

    133 downloads
  • 123-Award-Winning-cover-letter

    Award Winning Cover Letter

    133 downloads
  • 90-Great-Experience-cover-letter

    Great Experience Cover Letter

    128 downloads
  • 36-Grid-cover-letter

    Grid Cover Letter

    124 downloads
  • 50-Headlines-cover-letter

    Headlines Cover Letter

    124 downloads
  • 107-Concrete-cover-letter

    Concrete Cover Letter

    124 downloads
  • 106-Background-Shadow-cover-letter

    Background Shadow Cover Letter

    122 downloads
  • 137-Sales-Report-cover-letter

    Sales Report Cover Letter

    120 downloads
  • 6-Transatlantic-America-New-York-cover-letter

    Transatlantic – America – New York Cover Letter

    118 downloads
  • 98-Skills-Highlight-cover-letter

    Skills Highlight Cover Letter

    115 downloads
  • 130-Bright-Blue-cover-letter

    Bright Blue Cover Letter

    114 downloads
  • 42-Fun-Mum-cover-letter

    Fun Mum Cover Letter

    102 downloads
  • 124-Step-Meters-cover-letter

    Step Meters Cover Letter

    90 downloads

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