||[Dec. 20th, 2005|02:44 pm]
The Question Club
I'm moving the first week of January, and sending out my resume to a couple different places. I've included my resume (required), application (required), letter of recommendation from most recent boss (I also have several more I could add from various supervisors, professors, theatre directors as well), and two internet copies of newspaper articles about my work at a job (I worked at a museum; I'm applying for positions at other museums in the same vein), and now I need a cover letter.|
Is that too much stuff to send? I'm trying to make myself look the best I can; I have a lot of experience in museums and education, but I'm only a freshman in college, so I'm trying to make up for it (the position doesn't require employees to hold a degree).
What should I put on the cover letter? I'm in the midst of moving, and wrote my current address(I'm moving to another state, so the current address is in a different state)on the application, but I don't want them to look at the application and think I'll have a 3 hour commute, sowhere do I tell them my new address and that I'm moving? In the letter? What else do I put on a cover letter?
I looked at samples online,but most samples talk about how the guy has this portfolio and so many years of experience and education, and I feel like I don't have that much to say without it looking juvenile.