Here’s A Request Letter for Interview Sample You Can Use As Guide
REQUEST LETTER FOR INTERVIEW SAMPLE – Here is an example of a letter you can use as a guide in writing a letter of request for an interview.
Among the most search for things online are sample letters. It is mainly because it is the most utilized form of communication in schools, businesses, offices, and other fields.
This type of formal communication comes in many types that not all can fit the school curriculum. Thus, people turn online for sample letters that can be used as a guide.
One of the letters that is usually used in schools is a letter in requesting for an interview to someone. Thus, many people search for request letter for interview sample online.
The letter must contain the target date and time of the interview, the topic, and everything that is in line with the talk. It must be presented in the most polite manner since it is the interviewee’s time that is on the line.
Here’s a request letter for interview sample:
December 15, 2020
MR. NELSON FIGUEROA
Batangas City, Philippines
Dear Mr. Figueroa:
Good day! The Christmas season is here and the Student Council is very much excited for the annual Christmas letter to be released to the students. This year, it will contain reports about the winners during the Pasko Pa ‘Rin event held last week, the chosen Christmas write-ups from the students, and the messages from the school officials.
Sir, you are one of the pillars of this institution and your message will mean a lot to every student most especially these trying times. I would like to request if I can interview you about your Christmas message? The Christmas letter will be released before December 29, 2020 and I would be very much willing to talk with you at your most convenient time.
Thank you so much for reading this letter. More power!
JACOB RAFAEL LEE III
President, Student Council
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