Thank You Notes

Always
Always write a thank you note following an employment or internship interview.

Compose
Write your letter in a formal business format or hand-write your note on thank-you card stationery, if you have good penmanship. Send or hand deliver the note within a day or two after you interview.

Interested
Acknowledge your appreciation for their time and keep the note short and to the point. Demonstrate your enthusiasm and allow your letter to send a sales message; share how you can contribute to the goals of the employer or internship.

Not Interested
Write a gracious thank you note anyway. Professionals are tightly networked. Let your good manners serve you well for when your paths cross again.

Example:

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