Here is a great scholarship opportunity that not only offers a generous award, but the written portion is actually something that will be useful to you! You simply have to write a sample follow-up email for after a job interview. It is both polite and advantageous to send a thank you letter following an interview. Many candidates overlook this step, so it may be what distinguishes you from the others and ensures you will leave a good impression in the interviewer’s mind. In also gives you an opportunity to recap your qualifications, reinforce your strengths as an applicant, reaffirm your interest in the position, and respond to any concerns that may have come up during the interview. Read on to learn more about the scholarship…
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My name is Aubrey and I am contacting you about the ZipRecruiter scholarship. I saw that you listed scholarships for your students and wanted to reach out to you about ours.
We offer a $3,000 scholarship which is offered twice a year, to eligible High School, College, and University students. For the ZipRecruiter 2018 Scholarship Promotion, we’re asking high school and college students (18+) to create a template for a job interview follow-up email. On a separate page, describe the sections of the email template and why you included them.
- Include a subject line, email body, and sign-off
- Use a specific job title
- Write the company name as [BLANK]
- 250 words max
- Microsoft Word or Text document, no PDF
- Arial 12pt, single spaced
- Include name and email address in the header
- Absolutely no plagiarism (use proper sourcing if quoting)
- 2 pages max (for total assignment)
Application deadline: DECEMBER 31
Below is a link to our scholarship page:
Here at ZipRecruiter, we believe everyone deserves a higher education and gladly support that dream through our scholarship program.
Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Marketing Coordinator at ZipRecruiter, Inc.