TERMS & CONDITIONS TO FOLLOW FOR A SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION AND PARTICIPATION IN THE TONY ELUMELU FOUNDATION ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMME 2022

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TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR APPLYING AND PARTICIPATING IN THE TONY ELUMELU FOUNDATION ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMME

  1. Definitions

The following definitions shall apply unless the context otherwise requires:

“African(s)” means African citizens or nationals whether or not resident in Africa. This also includes legal residents of an African country with the right to work and do business in that country.

“Applicant” means an African that submits an Application for participation in the Programme;

“Application” means the online entry form for the Programme completed and submitted by an Applicant on TEFConnect;

“Application Window” means the period commencing from January 1, 2022, to March 31st, 2022, when Applications can be submitted;

“Buffer List” means the list of Programme Participants who have been scored/ranked closest to the Selected Entrepreneurs;

“Business” means an ongoing endeavour for profit carried on for no more than five (5) years as at the time of Application, whether registered as a company, sole proprietorship, partnership or other legal entity incorporated or registered in Africa and carrying on business and operating in Africa, with an African (or Africans together) owning directly/indirectly more than 50% of the voting or ownership rights in the same;

 

“Business Bank Account” means a bank account opened by Selected Entrepreneurs with the required bank in the country where the Business or Business Idea is carried out and operated for receipt of the Seed Capital;

“Business Idea” means a proposed business to be carried out and operated in Africa that is attributable to an Applicant and which is yet to be an ongoing endeavour;

Business Partner” means any individual or entity with which an Applicant is doing or intends to carry on a Business or Business Idea, and in relation to a TEF Alumni, means any individual or entity with which the TEF Alumni is carrying out or carried out the Business or Business Idea for which the TEF Alumni was selected to participate in previous TEF programmes;

“Business Plan(s)” means the business plan for a Business or a Business Idea submitted as part of the Programme;

“Immediate Family Members” means as relates to a person, their parents, siblings, spouses and persons living in their household;

“Mentor” means an individual selected for their expertise, passion and alignment to the Programme’s vision and engaged to support and guide the Programme Participants;

“Mentor Partner” means corporate organisations that provide Mentors for the Programme;

Pitching Competition” means the competition involving the pitching of Business Plans by shortlisted Programme Participants to a panel of judges;

 

Programme Participants” means Successful Applicants that continue with one or more stages of the Programme;

“Programme” or “TEF Entrepreneurship Programme” means The Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme;

“Promoter” or “the Foundation” means The Tony Elumelu Foundation;

“Seed Capital” means the funding made available to only Selected Entrepreneurs. The first stage is a non-returnable investment of the local currency equivalent of $5,000 (based on the Central Bank of Nigeria exchange rate as at the date of selection), which is paid into the Business Bank Account of Selected Entrepreneurs; the second stage is a returnable investment, which entrepreneurs will apply for and be considered for based on the viability of their business;

Selected Entrepreneurs” means Programme Participants who are selected from the Pitching Competition to receive the Seed Capital;

Programme™” means the mandatory interactive online training programme on TEFConnect, designed to equip Applicants with the necessary skills required to launch, run and scale their Business or Business Idea;

“Successful Applicants” means Applicants who are accepted to participate in the Programme. A Successful Applicant who has cleared the verification and onboarding stage will become a Programme Participant;

“TEF Alumni” or “TEF Entrepreneurs” means all entrepreneurs who have received Seed Capital from the Foundation;

“TEF Alumni Network” is the community of TEF Alumni who stay actively connected to the Foundation for continuous engagement and opportunities;

TEFConnect™” is the world’s largest digital platform, connecting African entrepreneurs and the entrepreneurship ecosystem to opportunities and resources for business growth developed, owned, and managed by the Foundation;

TEF Forum” is the gathering of African entrepreneurs organised by the Promoter annually in Nigeria, virtually or any location as specified by the Promoter, featuring live skills training, keynote speeches and networking with investors, influencers, experts and entrepreneurs

TEF Partners” means [  ]

TEF Trainees” means those Programme Participants who have not been selected from the Pitching Competition to receive the Seed Capital.

“Unsuccessful Applicants” means Applicants who are not accepted to participate in any stage of the Programme.

  1. Terms and Conditions
    • These Terms & Conditions, the Participation Agreement and other Programme rules and guidelines published by the Foundation from time to time shall govern the Programme. By submitting an Application, all Applicants will be deemed to have accepted to be bound accordingly.
  • All Successful Applicants must sign the Participation Agreement before commencing The TEF Business Management Training Programme.
  • The Promoter reserves the right to remove, replace or amend all or any part of these Terms & Conditions without notice.  It is the responsibility of all Applicants and Programme Participants to keep themselves informed as to any changes to the Terms & Conditions. The Promoter shall not be liable for any loss suffered by an Applicant or Programme Participant due to any changes to the Terms & Conditions, including failure to complete some or all tasks under the Programme due to such change.

 

  1. Eligibility
    • The Programme is open to all Africans (as defined) who are aged 18 years and above.
  • All Applications must be for a Business Idea or a Business that must be for-profit, focused on one business area only and must be the original idea of the Applicant.
  • The Business or Business Idea must not be for an illegal or unethical purpose.
  • The following categories of persons are not eligible to apply:
  • Employees from the Tony Elumelu Foundation, companies within the Heirs Holdings (HH) Group, affiliates of HH and their Immediate Family Members either individually or as part of a Business.
  • An employee of companies affiliated to the Tony Elumelu Foundation who have been involved in the creation or administration of the Programme and their Immediate Family Members.
  • The Promoter’s consultants, agents and companies affiliated with the Tony Elumelu Foundation (and employees and Immediate Family Members where the consultants and agents are companies) are involved in the creation and administration of this Programme.
  • Research institutions, faith-based organisations, government agencies and businesses not located in Africa will not be eligible to apply for the Programme.
  1. Application
    • Applications for the Programme shall open on TEFConnect from 12.01 am (GMT + 1) on January 1, 2022 (GMT + 1) and close at 12 midnight of the 31st of March 2022(the “Application Window”).
  • Applicants must create an account and complete an online entry form by answering a series of mandatory questions and uploading the required documents (including identification documents).
  • Upon submission of the Application, an email confirming receipt will be sent to the Applicant within 1 business day. Once submitted, Applications cannot be altered or amended.
  • Only applications received during the Application Window shall be considered. No corruption of, defect in, failure or delay in the delivery of any email, text or other form of communication to or from the Promoter will entitle an Applicant to an extension of the Application deadline, or otherwise entitle an Applicant to make any form of claim.
  • Applicants are not required to make any purchase or payment in order to access TEFConnect, submit an Application or become eligible for the Programme. For the avoidance of doubt, the Programme does not include any costs of a personal nature not explicitly set out in these Terms and Conditions.
  • The Promoter does not enlist third parties to act on its behalf, or assist or support with participation in any of the Programme stages or carry out any assigned task for the Applicants.
  • Only one Application is permitted per Applicant for a Business Idea or Business.
  • All Applications must be made directly by the Applicant behind the Business Idea or Business being submitted for the Programme.
  • The Applicants are responsible for ensuring they are able to participate in the Programme as set out in these Terms & Conditions. They must also (in the case of companies/partnerships/co-ownerships/joint ventures) provide proof of consent from partners, directors and shareholders for their participation as representatives of a Business.

 

  • The following applications shall be rejected and not considered.
  • Multiple applications by the same Applicant whether using the same or different names, email addresses, Business Idea or Business.
  • Applications by TEF Alumni or their Business Partner.
  • Applications by persons disqualified under any previous TEF programme.
  • Applications are made using methods such as a macro, script, using automated devices or processors or other forms of digital tool to gain an unfair advantage.
  • Bulk and third-party entries
  • Incomplete and incorrect applications.
  • Applications that contain illegal or unethical Businesses or Business Ideas.
  • Applications not made in line with any of the Programme requirements.
  • Applications which, in the reasonable opinion of the Promoter:
  1. Are deemed to be franchised, import/export business or government contractors;
  2. Contain any content that is likely to be considered offensive by the Promoter, or could reflect negatively the name, reputation, or goodwill of the Promoter, its partners or entities associated with the Promoter, its partners and other parties acting on its behalf;
  3. Include trademarks, logos, or copyrighted material not owned by the Applicant or used without the right holder’s prior written permission (including famous names, company names, etc.);
  4. Defames, misrepresents, or insults third parties;
  5. Poses adverse risks to the environment, human lives or property;
  6. Promotes or is sympathetic to any political agenda;
  7. Are affiliated to terrorist or other illegal activity;
  8. Ought to be rejected.
  • The Promoter accepts no responsibility for late, lost, misdirected, damaged or delayed Applications as a result of any network, computer hardware or software failure of any kind.
  • The Promoter reserves the right to verify the validity of entries and to disqualify any Applicant for tampering with the entry process.
  • By applying, Applicants acknowledge that other Applicants may have created ideas and concepts that may be similar to their entry, and that Applicants will not be entitled to any compensation or right to negotiate with the Promoter over such matters.
  1. The Programme, Participation & Disqualification
    • The Programme is made up of the following stages all of which form the Programme cycle:
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Application Process

  • Successful Applicants are those Applicants who complete the Application form, attain the minimum application score requirements and are accepted into the Programme.
  • Successful applicants will be categorised into one of the following categories:
  1. Start-Up,
  2. Innovator,
  3. Disruptor (“Training Categories”)

Training categorisation is subject to change based on the strategic impact goals of each year’s entrepreneurship programme.

  • Unsuccessful Applicants will be categorised as Preparatory and will be directed to take the TEF General Business Training on TEFConnect and will be eligible to reapply for other TEF Programmes.

Verification & Onboarding

  • Successful Applicants will have to be verified and onboarded. Verification will run for the duration of the TEF Business Management Training Programme™.
  • Successful Applicants who do not meet the verification requirements will be removed from the Programme and notified of removal via email.
  • Programme Participants are not allowed to designate their Business Partners to undertake any part of the Programme. All training, tasks and activities to be undertaken under the Programme shall be carried out by only the Programme Participants. However, Programme Participants may share the training points with their business partners to institutionalise the training for the success of the Business or the Business Idea.
  • The TEF Business Management Training Programme™ will run for a period of 12 weeks during which Programme Participants’ progress will be tracked and assessed. It shall be made available in English, French, Portuguese, and Arabic.
  • Upon completion of the last week of the TEF Business Management Training Programme Participants will be assessed, and top-scoring Programme Participants will be notified via email that they will be proceeding to the Business Plan preparation stage.
  • Programme Participants who do not complete this stage or do not proceed beyond this stage of the Programme will be removed from the Programme and be notified via email.

Coaches

  • Programme Participants will have access to coaches to provide guidance and support to them during the Training Programme. It runs alongside the training programme.
  • The coaches have a non-disclosure obligation as it relates to business and personal information which may come into their possession during the Programme and are committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards. The Foundation enters into a coaching agreement with the Foundation.
  • Programme Participants are expected to engage and seek support from the coaches during the training programme.

Business Training

  • Once Successful Applicants are onboarded, they proceed to the training stage and are granted access to undertake the Foundation’s proprietary TEF Business Management Training Programme™ on TEFConnect based on the respective Training Categories.

Business Plan Preparation & Submission

  • Programme Participants shortlisted from the business training stage will be given 2 weeks to develop and submit a business plan via TEFConnect for review and assessment, based on relevant metrics including feasibility and sustainability. Programme Participants must submit their Business Plans by the required deadline to be eligible for consideration for the next stage.
  • The top-scoring Programme Participants from this stage will be notified via email and will proceed to the Pitching Competition stage.
  • Any Programme Participant who does not complete this stage of the Programme or is not successful at this stage will be removed from the Programme and notified of removal via email.

Pitching Competition

  • Top scoring Programme Participants shortlisted from the business plan stage will participate in the Pitching Competition where they will pitch their business plans to a panel of judges.
  • Top scoring Programme Participants from the Pitching Competition will be selected based on predetermined selection criteria and will be eligible to receive the Seed Capital.
  • Programme Participants who are not selected from the Pitching Competition to receive the Seed Capital will be notified via email and will be categorised as TEF Trainees.
  • Any Programme Participant who does not complete this stage of the Programme will be removed from the Programme and notified of removal via email.

Seed Capital

  • The Selected Entrepreneurs from the Pitching Competition will be announced on the Foundation’s website and also notified via email.
  • The disbursement of the Seed Capital will be by payment into Selected Entrepreneurs’ Business Bank Account. Banking and other charges may apply and shall not be borne by the Foundation. The actual amount received may therefore be less than US$5,000 equivalent. TEF Partner funded entrepreneurs will receive seed capital in line with the partner commitments and this will be communicated in due course to Programme Participants who will be funded by partners.
  • Selected Entrepreneurs are required to undergo a mandatory due diligence process and open Business Bank Accounts. The Business Bank Account should be in the name of the Business or Business Idea for which they were accepted into the Programme. The Promoter may not pay the funding in any other currency other than US$ or the local currency of the country in which the Business Bank Account is held, into a personal bank account or any other bank account other than an account bearing the same name as the Business for which the Programme Participant undertook the Programme or different from the business registration name provided.
  • To receive the Seed Capital, Selected Entrepreneurs must comply with all applicable requirements, including the provision of required documents within the stipulated timelines and compliance with all due diligence requirements.
  • Any Selected Entrepreneur who does not meet the requirements for the disbursement of the Seed Capital within the stipulated timelines shall not receive Seed Capital and will be categorised as a TEF Trainee.
  • A Selected Entrepreneurs is not entitled to receive Seed Capital after the close of the Programme cycle as a result of not meeting all Programme requirements within the applicable timelines.
  • Selected Entrepreneurs who receive their seed capital will be deemed to have undergone the entire Programme having completed the Programme cycle. They will be categorised as TEF Entrepreneurs and become part of the TEF Alumni. They will also be issued with a Programme Completion Certificate.
  • TEF Entrepreneurs may also apply for the second stage capital investment. The specific terms of qualification and application shall be made available at the relevant time.

Buffer List

  • There will be a buffer list made up of Programme Participants who have scores closest to the Selected Entrepreneurs from the Pitching Competition. Funding slots that subsequently become available shall be filled from the Buffer List. Programme Participants who are on the Buffer List will not be informed until they receive an offer due to a funding slot becoming available.
  • Any Programme Participant who has received an offer shall be required to confirm acceptance within the required timeline. Failure to accept within the required timeline shall invalidate the offer. Where the offer is successfully accepted, then such Programme Participant shall be regarded as a Selected Entrepreneur and required to meet all applicable conditions to receive the seed capital.
  1. Long Absence and Deferrals
    • All Successful Applicants must be available to commit to all relevant aspects of the Programme. Circumstances may however arise subsequent to being onboarded that may require a Programme Participant to be absent from the Programme for a long period. A long period for this purpose shall be a period of time exceeding one (1) week during which the Programme Participant fails to respond to a communication from the Promoter and/or fails to carry out required tasks.
  • Where a Programme Participant is going to be absent from the Programme for a long period, the Programme Participant shall make a request in writing to the Promoter. Requests for long absence shall be assessed on a case by case basis and in consideration of the stage of the Programme during which the absence is requested.
  • The Promoter shall communicate its decision via email to the requester. The decision made by the Promoter shall be at its absolute discretion. The Promoter may upon grant of the request, make it subject to such conditions as it may deem fit.
  • A Successful Applicant may up until the verification and onboarding stage make a request for deferral of participation on the Programme to another cycle. The Promoter may at its absolute discretion grant or refuse such a request. Where such request is refused, the Successful Applicant shall be deemed removed from the Programme.
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  1. Removal and Disqualification
    • The Promoter reserves the right, in its absolute discretion to remove any Programme Participant at any point during the Programme, without granting any opportunity for challenge, upon the occurrence of any of the following:
  • Failure to meet all the requirements for the completion of one or more stages of the Programme including the submission of required documentation, completion of assigned tasks and the meeting of required deadlines.
  • Absence from the Programme for a period of time exceeding one (1) week without obtaining the Promoter’s consent.
  • Change of circumstances resulting in loss of eligibility to participate in the Programme.
  • A removed Programme Participant is deemed not to have participated in the Programme. The consequences of removal shall be as follows:
  • A prohibition from the use of the name of the Foundation, the Founder, the management, or staff of the Foundation in any correspondences in relation to having been accepted into the Programme.
  • A prohibition from referring to oneself as a ‘TEF Trainee’, ‘TEF Entrepreneur’ or ‘TEF Alumni’ as applicable, verbally or in any written communication.
  • Possible removal from TEFConnect.
  • Removed Programme Participants may however re-apply for future cycles of the Programme or any of the Foundation’s programmes.

 

  • All removed Programme Participants shall be so marked in the Promoter’s records.
  • The Promoter reserves the right, in its absolute discretion to disqualify any Programme Participant at any point during the Programme, without granting any opportunity for challenge, if it has reasonable grounds to believe that:
  • The Application was made in breach of any applicable law or the Application rules and/or process;
  • The Programme Participant has experienced a change of circumstance resulting in loss of eligibility to participate in the Programme;
  • The Application was made fraudulently, or contains any false or misleading statement;
  • The Programme Participant is found to have enlisted a third party to assist with participation in any of the Programme stages or carry out any assigned task;
  • The Application was for a Business Idea or Business that the Applicant had no applicable rights, licenses, authorisations and consent to implement or operate;
  • The Programme Participant has infringed on any intellectual property of any other person;
  • The Programme Participant’s conduct prior to or during the Programme (which the Promoter becomes aware of during the Programme), has, in the opinion of the Promoter, brought or is likely to bring the Programme or the Promoter into disrepute;
  • The Programme Participant has prior to or during the Programme acted fraudulently in any business dealing, conduct or representation;
  • It is in the interest of the continued credibility of the Programme to disqualify such Programme Participant;
  • there has been a breach of any of the Terms & Conditions which the Promoter considers material;
  • the Programme Participant has failed to participate in other monitoring and evaluation activities including providing periodic reports as required;
  • the Seed Capital is utilised for a purpose other than the Business or Business Idea for which it was granted;
  • the Business or Business Idea is illegal or the implementation of same would violate any applicable law; or
  • the Programme Participant has violated any anti-bribery, anti-terrorism and/or money laundering laws or has provided resources or support or promoted any individual or organization that is in violation of such laws or otherwise supports or promotes violence, terrorist activity or related training, or money laundering or uses or has used any portion of the funds provided by the Foundation for any such activity.

 

  • A disqualified Programme Participant shall be deemed not to have participated in the Programme. The consequences of disqualification shall be as follows:
  • Ineligibility to re-apply to future cycles of the Programme or apply for any of the Foundation’s programmes.
  • A prohibition from the use of the name of the Foundation, the Founder, the management, or staff of the Foundation in any correspondences in relation to having been selected to the Programme.
  • A prohibition from referring to oneself as a ‘TEF Trainee’, ‘TEF Entrepreneur’ or ‘TEF Alumni’ as applicable, verbally or in any written communication.
  • Loss of access to the TEF Alumni network and corresponding opportunities and benefits
  • Loss of access to Alumni organised meetings or TEF organised events.
  • Removal from TEFConnect.
  • Ineligibility for any further funding that may be available as part of the Programme.
  • All Disqualified Participants shall be so marked in the Promoter’s records.

Mentoring

  • Programme Participants will have access to a Mentor to provide guidance and support to them during the Programme.
  • The Mentors have a non-disclosure obligation as it relates to business and personal information which may come into their possession during the Programme and are committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards. The Foundation enters into a mentoring agreement with the Mentors or the Mentor Partners to this effect.
  • Programme Participants are expected to meet all mentoring requirements including the minimum contact hours and completion of weekly surveys.

Business Training

  • Once Successful Applicants are onboarded, they proceed to the training stage and are granted access to undertake the Foundation’s proprietary TEF Business Management Training Programme™ on TEFConnect based on the respective Training Categories.
  1. TEF Alumni Network
    • Selected Entrepreneurs will join the Alumni network at the conclusion of the Programme cycle and may refer to themselves as TEF Alumni.
  • The Alumni Network provides the opportunity for relating with TEF Entrepreneurs from previous TEF programmes and participating in meet-ups, collaborations and value add opportunities provided by the Promoter.
  • TEF Alumni are mandated to share their progress and capture their impact by participating in all monitoring and evaluation activities carried out by the Promoter.
  • TEF Alumni are also given the opportunity to attend the TEF Forum upon invitation by the Promoter.

 

  1. Communication
    • Communication with Applicants and Programme Participants on Programme updates and announcements shall primarily be by email to the email address provided on the Application form, and via TEFConnect. The Promoter may choose to also contact Applicants and Programme Participants by phone but is not obliged to.
  • Applicants and Programme Participants are advised to store the relevant Promoter’s contact details in their email address books to avoid the email from being delivered to their spam folder. The Promoter shall not be responsible for unseen emails or the reliability or otherwise, delayed receipt or non-receipt of any email communication.
  • Programme Participants must provide current correspondence addresses, email and telephone numbers and keep the Promoter informed of any changes.
  • The Promoter will not be responsible for or get involved in any team dispute resolution and shall communicate only with the Successful Applicant as the person authorised to represent a team or Business until it receives an instruction from authorised representatives nominating a different person.
  • Programme Participants are expected to proactively engage with the Promoter (while not imposing on work commitments) in terms of marketing and communications activities to amplify their experience throughout the Programme.
  1. Publicity & Privacy
    • By applying for, and participating in the Programme, Applicants and Programme Participants respectively consent to have
      • details of their Application and participation, other than commercially sensitive information, featured in any media or promotional activity being carried out by the Promoter for the Programme; and
      • details of the partner-funded Programme Participants such as Business Plans or pitching videos shared with the TEF Partners.
  • The Promoter will contact Programme Participants in advance of any media request for interviews relating to participating in the Programme.
  • Programme Participants shall not grant interviews independently of the Promoter and are required to inform the Promoter of any media request for interviews they receive directly. Failure to notify the Promoter may result in disqualification from the Programme.
  • The Promoter will only use the personal details supplied by Applicants for the administration of this Programme, and for no other purpose except with the Applicant’s consent. Our detailed privacy policy which sets out how we use personal data can be accessed here https://www.tefconnect.com/privacy.

 

  • Programme Participants agree to participate in any reasonable publicity arranged by the Promoter e.g. photoshoots, videos and interviews and waive their rights to any images, audio or video recordings of themselves taken as a result of applying or participating in the Programme or such promotional activities. The Promoter shall be entitled to use all such photographs, films, audio, video or other recordings in any medium including digital, electronic, print, television, film, radio or other media in furtherance of promotion of the Programme or the Promoter or its affiliates. Where necessary, the Promoter may require a signed image rights waiver form from Programme Participants in furtherance of this waiver. The Promoter may invite Programme Participants to take part in promotional activities at the Promoter’s expense.
  • Programme Participants and Selected Entrepreneurs are not permitted to speak or write publicly about the internal workings of the processor to purport to be knowledgeable of the reasons why the Promoter has shortlisted, selected and supported them.
  • The name, country and profile of each Applicant will be made available for public relations purposes globally. Each individual will be asked to provide a profile and photo once they join the Programme and this will be held on the closed group Programme website, as well as the Promoter’s public website.
  1. Liability
    • The Promoter and any person acting on its behalf will not be responsible for any damage, loss or injury suffered by any Applicant entering the Programme. Nothing shall exclude the Promoter’s liability for death or personal injury as a result of its negligence.
  • If for any reason the Programme is not capable of running as planned for any reason, the Promoter reserves the right to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the Programme. The Promoter shall not be liable for failure to implement the Programme in accordance with these Terms & Conditions or for any loss arising from modification, suspension or cancellation of the Programme (including failure to pay Seed Capital) and shall endeavour to communicate any changes or cancellations at the earliest possible opportunity.
  • The Promoter assumes no responsibility for damages, losses or injuries that result from participation in this Programme or acceptance to be part of the Programme.
  1. General
    • Internet access is required for the application process.
  • The Promoter has the right and discretion to waive the application of any of these Terms & Conditions as it may deem fit.
  • This Programme is governed by the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and Applicants submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Nigerian Courts.
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What is a cover letter?

A cover letter is a one-page document that you submit with your resume to express your interest in a job opening. The purpose of a cover letter is to introduce yourself to an employer and provide a brief overview of your work history, professional skills, and an explanation why you’re the best fit for that job.

While your resume focuses on your qualifications and achievements, your cover letter expands on those achievements, showcases your personality, and explains why you’d be a good fit for the company.

How to write a cover letter that gets you the job

Here’s how to make a great cover letter for a job application:

Underneath your name in your cover letter header, list the following contact details:

  • First and last name
  • Email address (something professional, usually including your name)
  • Phone number
  • Mailing address (optional)
  • Linkedin profile link (optional)
  • Portfolio or website (optional)

After your header, include the date and following company contact information:

  • First and last name of the person you’re writing to, or the relevant department
  • Company address
  • Company phone number
  • Hiring manager’s email address

 

2. Address the hiring manager (ideally by their name)

Next, address your cover letter to the hiring manager by name if possible. A standard cover letter salutation includes the hiring manager’s first and last name, and begins with a “Mr.”, “Ms.”, or another relevant professional title.

3. Write an attention-getting opening paragraph

Start your cover letter with an informative, direct introduction by including the following details in the first one or two sentences:

  1. Job position: The title of the advertised position
  2. Company name: The name of the company you’re applying to
  3. How you discovered the opening: Whether you saw the job on LinkedIn, a job board, or were recommended to apply by a friend
  4. Intention to apply: An enthusiastic announcement that you’re applying for the open role and why you’re interested in or qualified for it
  5. Notable accomplishments: If you have relevant work experience, highlight one or two of your most notable achievements in your introduction to immediately grab the employer’s attention