Thank You Letter Example for an Entry Level Interview

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Here is a thank you note example you can send (via email or mail) to the person who interviewed you for an entry level position. Be sure to highlight the skills that qualify you for the job in your letter, and reiterate your interest in the position.

If you are sending an email letter, there is no need to include your return address or your contact's address. List your contact information in your signature.

Thank You Letter Example for an Entry Level Interview

Dear Mr./Ms. Last Name:

Thank you very much for taking so much time out of your busy schedule to meet with me and show me around your office. After meeting you and the members of your team, I was impressed with the depth of knowledge and experience there. I believe that I would be an asset on your projects, and would welcome the opportunity to learn from all of you.

As we discussed during my interview, my internship last year had responsibilities very similar to those required for this position. I believe that this position is an excellent match for my talents, and would truly appreciate the opportunity to work for T&J Enterprises.

Thank you again for taking the time to speak with me about this position. Please let me know if there is any additional information I can provide for you. I look forward to hearing from you very soon.

Best Regards,

Your Name

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Please Note: This sample is provided for guidance only. The provided information, including samples and examples, is not guaranteed for accuracy or legality. Letters and other correspondence should be edited to fit your personal situation.