Monday Motivation | Address Your Cover Letters to Specific People
Kick off your week with Monday Motivation!
Tip of the week
Not all job listings will give you specific instructions about to whom your application materials should be addressed. If that is the case, research online—LinkedIn is a great place to start—to find out the name of your potential supervisor and, if you can’t find that, address it to the head of the department, the Hiring Manager, or the CEO. Personalizing your letter is a great way to show you did your homework and looked to learn more about the position you’re applying for.
This week’s highlighted jobs:
Crew Member – Operations Department
Los Angeles, CA
Apollo Theater Foundation, Inc.
New York, NY
Partnerships Sales Associate
Public Art Coordinator
Office of Arts and Culture, City of Dallas
Assistant Web Editor
The Criterion Collection
New York, NY
This week’s highlighted opportunities:
Call for Artists: Jerome Emerging Artist Residency Program
Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies
Red Wing, MN
“Those Spaces Between Us” Exhibition at Target Gallery
Torpedo Factory Art Center
2021 Residency Program for New York State Artists & Writers (Now with Accessible Accommodations!)
Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts
Techspressionism 2021 – International Juried Exhibition
Rocky Point, NY
– Luiza Teixeira-Vesey, Designer/Marketing Officer
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