An interpreter cover letter will help you get a job as one who facilitates dialogue between two or more people who speak different languages. The important thing to include is your training, experience, and aptitude for this work. Jobs are out there. You can have one. All interpreter cover letters should display the applicants' familiarity with the work and the languages he or she specializes in.
903 Glendale Drive
Any Place, USA 33333
October 10, 2006
Mr. Alex Barton
World Class Travel Institute
89 94th Street
Any Town, USA 99999
Dear Mr. Barton:
I am a member of a family of interpreters. I specialize in German and Russian and I notice by your listing on JobBankUSA.com that you are looking for an interpreter with experience in these languages to assist foreign visitors to your Institute.
I am a native of Russia but I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in the United States.
I am writing this cover letter to let you know that I would like very much to fill the position you have open.
Can we meet in person to discuss what I can bring to this job? Competent interpreters that also have 'people skills' are in short supply. I assure you I will bring both qualities to the position if you select me.
May we get together to discuss this position and how I am qualified to fill it? Please phone me at 777-777-7777 so we can arrange a date and time that suits your schedule.