Wisdom Institute of Psychology
27th June 2012
Subject: Application for psychology internship programme at your institute.
I was intrigued by your internship offers which I saw on your website, few days ago. I am submitting a formal letter of interest for the position of a clinical psychologist intern position at your clinic. I have completed my graduation from the University of Manchester and hold a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology.
It would be a great opportunity for me to work as a psychologist intern because I would be able to develop new therapeutic skills and explore vital psychological processes. My experience has made me self ethical and I have good interpersonal and communicational skills. As a psychologist intern at your clinic, I will assist you with research work and deliver optimum care to the people. My education has skilled me to organise surveys, compile analytical reports and carry out research operations. As a psychologist student major, I am exposed to several courses related to child and adolescent development.
I have enclosed my resume along with this letter for your full information about my education and expertise. I would like to have an opportunity to discuss with you my skills and qualifications. Thanks a lot for your time and consideration.
Institute of Medical and Engineering studies
28th June 2012
Subject: Applying for civil engineering training at your institute.
I am a graduate student pursuing Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Dreams University, New York. I am writing this letter to apply for a civil and communal engineer trainee position at your company. This is in reference to the advertisements and updates on your social websites, offering training to graduated civil engineers.
During my graduation years, I have undertaken four civil projects which came out to be successful. In addition, I always scored meritorious positions in daily engineering assignments and practical field work. I want to join this training session with you so that I get a chance to improve my skills and learn newer ways of becoming a perfect civil engineer. I am ready to be trained during the night hours and for some extended day hours, if required. The training for the post of a civil engineer is of great interest to me because I want to use my education to improve my knowledge in those fields in which I lack.
I am enclosing my resume along with this letter so that you have a full insight about my education and professional qualifications. I look forward to work under you as a civil engineer trainee.
International Institute of Arts and Architecture
29th June 2012
Subject: Applying for art internship programs at your institute.
I came across the Art Internship Education sessions that are soon going to commence, as advertised in London Times newspaper, dated 26th June 2012. I am writing this letter with great interest and excitement to apply for the internship program. This is surely an ideal opportunity which I was looking for, to utilise my knowledge, skills and experiences in a finest way.
I am a 2nd year student of arts education at Global University, London. I am well prepared for joining this position at your institute because I have a passion to learn and execute my field of arts education in my works. My undergraduate studies have transferred my interest for this field to a totally new level. I have an experience to work with CAT ART institute wherein I was asked to teach children to apply their creative minds in the art projects. I would love to be a part of your institute and contribute with full hard work and dedication.
Enclosed with this letter is my resume which mentions some of my arts projects, educational background and expertise. I will contact you within a week to discuss about my candidacy.
Wonders Architecture Institute
15th June 2012
Subject: Application for joining the internship session.
I have heard about the internship program that is scheduled from 20th June 2012 to 20th July 2012 in your organisation. I am interested to apply for this internship program for the position of an architecture assistant. Currently, I am a student of Architecture and design at University of London in fourth semester.
During my summer vacations, I don’t want to miss an opportunity to learn more about my field instead of sitting ideal at my home. I want to join this internship program because this would be a perfect chance for me to improve my skills. I have an international experience and global mind to deal with architectural projects. I am sure that I will contribute to your organisation in my best way. The technical, architectural and conceptual skills that I will gain during this 1 month would be of a great help in my future prospects. I don’t want to miss my seat for this internship session.
Enclosed with this letter is my resume which underlines my academic credentials and skill sets. Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward for a positive reply from you.
Fred Mc. Charles.
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