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

Dear director:
is Nancy Davis writing in regard to the part-time job vacancy in your museum, which was posted in the Times Newspaper on the 24th of July.
, as a history major student at Chicken College, I have acquired basic knowledge of the exhibitions your gallery holds.
, I can not only give general help to the visitors as they need but
explain the concepts of the displays to help visitors better understand our show and have more comprehensive experiences. I am in deep eagerness to be part of your group
according to
the traditional meaning it possesses.
In addition
, as I need to take my college classes every Monday and Friday, I cannot make it to work on these two days. The rest of the days in the week I am all available. If I can work full-time here in the future, I will
be grateful for
opportunity. I will be graduating
December. After that, I can take the job here as the arrangement of the executors. Thank you for your time of consideration. I have been compelled to work at the gallery section since I was in high school as an intern and took part in several related works, so I think I must be competent in
job. The attachment is my CV for your perusal. Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Yours faithfully, Nancy Davis
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Topic Vocabulary:
  • Enthusiastic
  • Volunteer
  • Part-time
  • Unpaid work
  • Museum director
  • Skills and qualities
  • Customer service
  • Organization
  • Team player
  • Flexible
  • Reliable
  • Positive attitude
  • Availability
  • Professional goals
  • Community contribution
  • References
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