Dear Mr. Xxxxxx:
I am a sophomore at Salisbury University and am very interested in graphic design. My professor, Jane Doe, suggested that I contact you.
XXXXX Inc. has a reputation for excellence, and your commitment to innovative and inspiring print design is near and dear to my heart. I would like to offer my services as an intern. I am a top student in my design program, am maintaining a 4.0 GPA, and have received a merit scholarship every semester since matriculating. Moreover, my current project is about corporate branding, which I know is one of the areas XXXXX Inc. is looking to explore.
I am confident that I can be an asset to your team. I am reachable by phone or email, but I will also follow up with your office next Monday.
Thank you very much for your time.
Subject Line: Getting your case studies done
I’ve been meaning to contact you because I did internships with companies in the enterprise software industry, I’ve come across your company’s account in Salisbury University’s Career Connections database on several occasions, and recently I noticed that you’ve begun to use case studies in your development department.
Do you find it time-consuming to develop this type of department? I ask because I created case studies for clients while interning at Hewlett-Packard. They used my services and I saved them, on average, 10-15 hours per project. I’m not sure if saving time, in regards to case studies, is an issue for you. But if it is, I’d be happy to send you an example of a recent case study I wrote, along with my resume.
Just let me know and I’ll email you that information right away.
All the best,