It’s an absolute must, and here’s a quick how-to:
- Address your interviewer by his/her first name. (Ie. “Dear Sally,”)
- Thank your interviewer for his or her time, and reference specifically helpful topics that came up during your conversation. 2-3 sentences will do the trick here.
- Use black ink.
- Pop this bad boy in the mail the same day as your interview.
- Extra credit: In weeks to come, scan for headlines on a topic touched upon during the interview, and email the link to your interviewer.
Cute notecards to keep at the ready:
QuadJobs is an online platform connecting college and graduate students to local jobs. From Saturday night babysitting to moving a couch to helping a local business during a busy time, students find flexible jobs that fit into whatever free time they have. By streamlining the employment connection between campus and community, QuadJobs unlocks jobs particularly well-suited for students’ busy, often changing schedules. The platform tracks every job a student takes and gathers performance reviews. Small jobs matter—they help a student network, earn income, and build a track record of work experience. Local employers can hire with efficiency and confidence.