If you're struggling to start your cover letter, here are 6 different variations that have worked for others, along with why they worked. Use them as inspiration for your introductory paragraph.
As a frequent user of Amazon's myriad products and services, I am consistently impressed by the company's dedication to innovation and inclusivity. These values align perfectly with my own goals and passions, and I am eager to bring my experience as a Chief Diversity Officer to such a forward-thinking organization.
Last year, while working on a project with a team that utilized Slack for communication, I realized how much the platform had positively impacted our team's collaboration and inclusivity. Recognizing the potential to increase diversity and inclusion on a larger scale, I am excited to apply for the Chief Diversity Officer position at Slack.
My time as an Apple devotee began when I purchased my first iPod in high school and has only grown since then. As I've observed Apple's commitment to creating accessible and user-friendly products, I am enthusiastic about the possibility of driving diversity and inclusion as Apple's Chief Diversity Officer.
Microsoft's impact on the tech industry cannot be overstated, but what truly inspires me is the company's ongoing dedication to fostering a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. As a Chief Diversity Officer, I am eager to join Microsoft in promoting a more equitable future in technology.
As a diversity and inclusion advocate, I am particularly drawn to Salesforce's emphasis on creating a culture that values equality and social justice. This aligns well with my own values and experiences, making me an ideal candidate for the Chief Diversity Officer position.
[COMMENTATION] By choosing this intro, the candidate demonstrates a genuine appreciation for Salesforce's company culture and highlights how their personal values and experiences align with the company's core beliefs, making them an excellent fit for the role.