PLAN Workshop: Great Cover Letters for Effective Applications
Putting your materials together to apply for jobs and assistantships can be time consuming and confusing, and writing a cover letter might be your last thought. It should not be. Cover letters are a way of setting yourself apart from other applicants and placing your experience and qualifications in a personable context. They can boost your application and help move you from qualified to hired. This workshop outlines the expectations, structure, and purpose of cover letters and gives tips and tricks on writing, editing, and tailoring letters for more impact.
Cassandra Book is the Associate Director of the UofL University Writing Center and a doctoral candidate in English at Old Dominion University. In her role at the University Writing Center, she has facilitated a variety of workshops for UofL undergraduate and graduate students. Workshop topics include personal statements, scientific writing, six word memoirs, literature reviews, thesis statements, poster presentations, abstracts, APA, and MLA. Her research interests are writing teacher development, diversity in writing programs, and feminist research methods.
Friday, September 27 at 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Houchens Building, Suite 105
2211 S. Brook Street , Louisville, Kentucky 40208
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