85% of HR professionals say that a strong cover letter is a key component in determining whether or not an interview is offered. Let me help you get the interview for your dream job.
I hate writing cover letters. I always struggled to write one in such a way that wasn't just I, I, I. Julie's guide lays out a formulaic process that produces a well-written letter. Using a cover letter written using her method, I got an interview, and the hiring manager specifically commented about the impressive cover letter. I'm a scientist, so anything that follows a sound process is good with me!- Jordan S.
Julie's course is amazing. She helps you to think about writing a thoughtful cover letter in a less formal but more impactful way. With her help, I landed an interview for my dream job. They have now asked me back for a second interview. I am pretty convinced I could not have done this on my own. This course is worth every penny! Thank you Julie!!!- Lacey G.
Julie's course is great! Simple yet very insightful. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a new job- Chris R.
I've always wanted a remote job but couldn't get my foot in the door. With Julie's course, I've learned how to write solid cover letters, and I've received interview requests for many full time remote jobs.- Devan M.
There's really no magic to it. Just follow the steps, take the time, and you'll be receiving lots of interviews!- Janisse A.
Honestly, I was skeptical about this course at first. I'm a very by the books, formal is best for professional settings type of person. The formal education I recall receiving was that the cover letter should be brief and reiterate my skills. A tidbit about why you want the job was optional.- Amanda H.
I didn't have much to lose by trying this method. In fact, I have previously applied at any relevant position using the "one-click" method on job boards and feeling lucky to receive even just one interview out of a dozen or more applications. I only included a cover letter if it was a requirement and always skipped it if it was optional.
Yesterday morning, I picked three positions. I followed the formula taught in the e-course to write my cover letters. It was easy to understand and provided examples to some frequent job hunting situations. (Have a position that isn't typically thought of as requiring a certain skill? Covered. Not sure you have enough experience? Covered.) It was long enough that you probably want to read through the e-course a day or two before you start applying, but yet not long enough that you couldn't learn and apply your knowledge in the same day. Overall, it got right down to the lesson and was informative.
That same afternoon, I received a call to schedule an interview. Then I received another call this morning. Two interviews scheduled within 24 hours of applying for three positions? I would say that results like that speak for themselves. I'm very grateful to have taken this e-course so that I'm able to be successful at my job hunting. Truly, thank you, Julie.
The course will take anywhere from 2-4 hours to complete. It can be done in 1-2 sittings.
Yes! There are TONS of examples throughout the course, including several full cover letters at the end.
I can't make a guarantee that you'll receive an interview. However, nearly all of the people who have taken the course have given positive feedback. If you're unhappy after completing the course, I offer a 100% refund within 14 days after purchase.
I will need a current resume as well as a specific job that you want to apply to. I may have additional questions to clarify your experiences.