When applying for job through email, looking at an email cover letter sample can help.
Unlike the paper application process of the past, today many job applications take place either online or through email. But how do you write a cover letter in email format? Looking at an email cover letter sample is a good place to start.
We hope the sample below is helpful. Remember, the email will be the first thing that the hiring manager sees, so you want it to sound professional, and to represent your strengths and experiences accurately.
For more samples, see our Dental Assistant, Medical Billing and Coding and Medical Assistant cover letter examples.
Massage Therapist Cover Letter Sample (Email)
Email Subject Line:
Massage Therapist position – Denise Williams
Body of Email:
Dear Ms. Jackson,
I would like to express my interest in the massage therapist position posted on Indeed.com.
As a recent graduate of the Harris School of Business, I have received practical hands-on training to prepare me for a position with your company. The program included an internship where I had the opportunity to practice a variety of massage techniques on members of the public who made appointments at the school’s clinic. I believe this background makes me a strong candidate for the position.
Your ad specifies that you are looking for someone with strong communications skills, an enthusiastic attitude, and a professional appearance. I have always been a “people” person, and my experience in our school’s massage clinic has helped me learn how to communicate with clients to help understand their massage needs. I understand that professional appearance is very important, since employees serve as representatives of the entire company.
I am enclosing my resume for your review, and would be happy to forward letters of recommendation as needed. I am excited to start my career in the field of massage therapy and believe my skills will be a good fit with your spa’s needs.
Thank you for your consideration.
123 Washington Street
Philadelphia, PA 19000