On my graduation form college this fall, I am desirous of securing a position that will offer me opportunity in the field of import and export trading. Knowing something of the scope and enterprise of your huge export department, I thought perhaps you would keep me in mind for a possible opening.
I am strong and alert, and shall be twenty years of age in July next year. At present I am a student in the college of _____ but I shall graduate from the college this coming July, finishing the requirements in three years. I have had no business experience, but my college record has been good. A copy of my antecedents is enclosed for your reference. Dr. B.Chao, President of the college of _____ will be glad to tell you more about my character and ability, I shall be glad to call at any time for an interview.
Very truly yours，
In reply to your advertisement in today's newspaper I beg to offer my services as secretary with your firm.
I am 30 years of age, and have had five years' experience in the line of secretary. Graduating from (the name of the) University in July 1980, I served with James & Co. as secretary until last month. Besides I am skilled in almost all kinds of office machine. So I feel confident of my ability to fill a position such as you announce as vacant and give entire satisfaction in the discharge of my duties.
Trusting you will give my application kind consideration and hoping to hear favorably from you at your convenience.
贵公司在六月二日布里斯多报上所刊登征求的职位正是本人想要得到的。 我今年十九岁，这个月即将从布里斯多高工毕业。在学三年中，我操作过各机械，曾协助学校工场机器的建立和修理工作。 家父为一名司机，我时常帮他修理汽车。去年夏天，我加入一群远征队旅行三周，在西伊平地方没有修理站，我的机件严重损坏，我不得不迳行修护两门汽缸，装配一支暂用的`驾驶盘。
309 Lake Ave. Bristol, Ohio
June 17, 19-
Crown Laundry Co. Bristol, Ohio
Gentlemen: In reply to your advertisement in the Bristol News of June 2, I wish to say that I am seeking the kind of position your offer. I am nineteen years old, and expect to graduate from the Bristol Technical High School this month. During three years of the course I have been working with many kinds of machinery and have helped to set up and repair the machinery in one of the school shops. My father is a chauffeur, and I helped him in repairing automobiles. Last summer I took a party of excursionists on a three weeks‘tour. While we were in West Epping, away from repair shops, my machine was badly damaged. I had to repair two cylinders and rig up a temporary steering wheel.
Enclosed you will find a copy of my resume-and my photo. I believe they may be found satisfactory. Concerning my character I am permitted to refer to Mr. H. L. Sled, Head of the Mechanical section of the Bristol Technical HighSchool.
Yours truly, signature