How to write a career fair thank you letter

Career fair follow-up letters

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Job offer thank you letter

Sample of Career Fair Thank You Letter


P.O. Box 789
(031) 356 4701
Cellphone number

March 20, 2008

The Recipient's name
Recruitment Office (title of the position)
Name of the Company
Address of the Company
Postal Code
Email address of the Company
Telephone number of the Company

Dear (Mr. / Mrs) Surname

Re: Career Fair Meeting

I appreciate the opportunity to have met with you at the MNA (name of fair) Career Fair on the 19th of March 2008. I find the information provided to be relevant and extremely valuable. It certainly shows how much your company cares about its role in the marketing field. It will be an honor to work for such a company.

I am now even more convinced that my degree in Marketing Research and my skills in communication will be put to good use in your company. The program for internship as such grabbed my full attention. As mentioned during our conversation, I have already lead three student teams in marketing research projects during the course of my studies. This I believe is in line with your company's policies for experience building.

I would appreciate the opportunity to work at your company as part of the intern group and as such will contact you next week to discuss the fulfillment of any requirements to join the program.

Thank you once again for your time and willingness to share important information about your company.


Your Signature

Example: I E Gauche


Career fair letters


Show you are professional and different by following up with a career fair thank you letter.

Career Fair Letter Tip

Address the career fair letter to the interviewer at the career fair.

Career Fair Thank You Letter

After meeting with a representative of a potential employer at a career fair, always follow-up with a career fair thank you letter. It will help you stand out from the crowd.

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