A Museum Near your home is looking for people to do part-time voluntary / unpaid work. You would like to do some voluntary / unpaid work at the museum. Write a letter to the museum director to apply for the voluntary / unpaid work. In your letter - explain why you want to do voluntary / unpaid work at the museum - describe some skills and qualities you have that would be useful - give details of when you would be available for work

Sir/Madam, I saw your advert in the News Daily paper regarding the volunteer job at your gallery. I would like to join there for the job. I am an undergraduate student studying at the nearby university of your building.
In addition
, as I have taken an allied course on arts and architecture in my college, I would like to experience various types of artefacts available in your place which will be helpful for me to analyse and get to have a better understanding of various types of artwork.
, I have a good knowledge of arts of various eras and
I will be able to explain every type of monument and scripture to a lame person who does not know anything about the same.
, I can be a good guide to visitors who want to have a better view of all types of things and ancient works on which they are having a view.
, I am attending class from noon to evening and I will be available in the morning for 2-3 hours from 9 am onwards. Please do let me know if the timings are feasible for you and I will be happy to volunteer on a daily basis. I have added my email address and contact number to the envelope and you can either mail me or call me about your decision. Thanks. Yours faithfully, Padmapriya
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