Introductory letter

Part 2 : Identify and describe the person or entity's strengths and qualifications. This is where you really start your sales pitch. Elaborate on some of those special qualifications you mentioned in the first paragraph. Does the person you're introducing have certification in something specific? Explain what kinds of things the person can accomplish as a result of that certification. Explain how the person or entity can fill a hole that exists somewhere in the reader's life. Don't explain why that hole exists, just focus on filling that hole.

Cover letters are introductory letters that are meant to accompany a resume or CV when a person is applying for a job. The purpose of a cover letter is to provide a candidate with a less formalized way to introduce themselves, their qualifications and the reasons for their interest in a particular position. Cover letter styles can vary depending on the type of position being applied for and the circumstances of the application. Industry-specific letters can prove useful when a candidate has a strong background in a specific field. A good cover letter can encourage a potential employer to read on and can help a candidate get noticed.

Intro to CACFP for DCH Part 1 of 2
The first online course introduces the intent of the CACFP as well as some of the main organizational eligibility requirements and administrative duties.

Intro to CACFP for DCH Part 2 of 2
The second online course introduces the serving and claiming of a reimbursable meal.

Note: If you have questions about the online training or problems taking the training please call the FND Training Unit at (512) 475-0586 or by email at [email protected] .

Introductory letter

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