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Thank You and No Thank You Letters
McComsey Career Development Center
Saxon Drive, Alfred NY 14802 (t) 607-871-2164 (f) 607-871-2791 (e) [email protected]
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The “Thank you” letter (for a job interview)
Only about 15% of candidates write thank you letters after their interviews, so a well-written thank you letter will ensure
that a good impression from an interview lasts. It should reconfirm your interest in the organization and the position,
stress the relevant points that will improve your candidacy, and demonstrate good manners and communication skills.
Use a formal greeting such as Dr., Ms., since this is a business communication. Use of a first name is overly personal at
this point. Spell out titles, such as “Vice President”, rather than using “VP”. A way to organize your thank-you letter
might be:
Remind the interviewer of the position you interviewed for, and the date you interviewed.
Reconfirm your interest in the position and the organization.
Remind the interviewer of one or two of your strongest talents, based on your impressions of what the employer is
looking for.
Include your phone number and the best times you can be reached.
Suggest further action, such as a second meeting, or offer to provide any additional information the interviewer
might want.
Sample Thank You Letter
P.O. Box 123
Alfred, NY 14802
January 25, 2000
Mr. Del Smith, Coordinator
Tribeca Visual Studies Workshop
345 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10000
Dear Mr. Smith:
I would like to thank you for meeting with me yesterday to discuss my candidacy for the position of Video Production
Intern. I enjoyed meeting with you and learning more about your pre- and post-production work.
I was pleased to hear about the close teaching relationship you have with your interns, and I’m looking forward to
the possibility of being able to apply my production and animation skills in the work setting you described.
Please feel free to call me at 607-871-5555 if I can provide you with additional information. Again, thank you for
the interview and your consideration; I look forward to hearing from you.
Sincerely,
(signature)
John P. Jones
Thank You and No Thank You Letters