Presentation on theme: " Follow Up Emails. What Should Be in the E-mail? Subject: Thanks for your Time (Name of Event) Thank them for their time Mentioning something memorable."— Presentation transcript:
Follow Up Emails
What Should Be in the E-mail? Subject: Thanks for your Time (Name of Event) Thank them for their time Mentioning something memorable from your conversation. Interview: Reemphasizing your interest in the position. First Meeting: Showing interest in maintaining communication.
How Much Is Too Much? Being overzealous Understand that this doesn’t equate to a job opportunity. Allow for time in between emails Asking for the job
Exercise E-mail your designated e-board member, and send them a follow-up email using the techniques described during the workshop. Later, they will read your e-mail and respond with some feedback.