Human Resources Intern Letter

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Dear Hiring Manager for the Human Resources Intern position I am writing to apply for the position of Human Resources Intern posted on the Curtis L. Carlson School of Management’s online recruiting website, The Edge. I have always wanted to work for Thomson Reuters because it’s recognized as one of the world’s most admired Companies. Knowing that Thomson Reuters values diversity, because it was awarded and recognized multiple times as the best company for women and the LGBTQ community is also one of the reasons why I’m interested in working there. My values of teamwork and trust align with the values of the company, and I believe that will result in a remarkable person-organization fit. I believe that my previous experience as a Human…show more content…
I have attached a copy of my resume and I will follow up via phone call on Friday, December 15th, 2017 to talk more about my qualifications. Thank you so much for your time and consideration. Sincerely, Sultana Zannah I watched my first Flipgrid video again and I noticed that I had very little eye contact and I used a lot of filler words like ‘umm’ due to low confidence level. I also identified the same issues when I watched my elevator speech, but with practice, my body language and eye contact improved significantly and is noticeable in the interview prep Flipgrid video (http://umn.interviewstream.com/link/?gWQWWHxHRvC2). I wasn’t confident at the beginning, but my confidence level increased with each Flipgrid. Learning my strengths, skills, and culture match was the most interesting part about this class. I learned a lot about myself through the Gallup’s Clifton finder and Butler’s Career leader. My signature themes from the Clifton strength insight report are; Relator, individualization, Analytical and Restorative. These mean that I enjoy close relationships with others, see the unique quality of each person, search for reasons and causes, and solve problems. I work better when I have control and decision making authority. Also, because of both my analytical and restorative themes, I
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