Writing Follow Up Letters
Explains the advantages of writing follow-up letters for a variety of "after" reasons related to employment.
From your About.com Guide, essential resources, formats and downloadable samples for writing resignation, thank-you, reference (recommendation), salary and resume cover letters.
A follow up letter example for accepting an invitation to a second interview. From the Oklahoma University Career Center.
Six "rules" for writing an interview follow up letter, asking for feedback about why you were passed over for a job. From Monster.com.
A sample follow up letter from a student seeking future employment possibilities, after an information-seeking meeting with a company representative. Provided by Virginia Tech.
A sample follow up letter for checking on the status of a job application. From Whittier College.
Follow-up letter sample from a student seeking future internship, after an informal meeting with a company representative. Provided by Virginia Tech.
Sample follow up letter after a phone call in response to an internship inquiry. Provided by Virginia Tech.
A follow up letter example, to send about a week or so after sending an interview thank-you letter with no results. Includes tips that explain the three points to make while following up. Also includes similar tips for interview thank-you letters, plus an example. Courtesy of The Damn Good Resume (really).
Preview then edit and save free follow up letter templates in a variety of after-interview flavors, including thank-you letters. Automatically launches Microsoft Word through your browser. Courtesy of Microsoft Corporation.
A sample letter for following up after talking with an employer representative at a job fair. From the University of California, Davis.
Just a simple reminder that you're still interested in the job, despite that you haven't received a response to your resume. Thanks to Capital University.
From Syracuse University, a sample letter for following up after submitting your resume. You might want to change the passive, "My resume was sent to you..." to the active, "I sent my resume to you..."