A cover letter to get you hired. AI-powered. Here's how

Use our new GPT-3 powered Imagine Co-Pilot

If you're looking for a job, you know that one of the most important things you need is a great cover letter. But writing a cover letter can be time-consuming and difficult. No more.

Great cover letters are customized, concise, and radiate positive confidence:

  1. Customized: A great cover letter should be tailored to the specific job and company you are applying to. This means taking the time to research the company and the role and using that information to demonstrate how your skills and experiences make you a strong fit for the position.
  2. Concise: A cover letter should be concise and to the point, generally no longer than one page. This means avoiding unnecessary filler or fluff and focusing on the most important information that demonstrates your qualifications for the role.
  3. Confident: Your cover letter should convey confidence in your abilities and a genuine enthusiasm for the position and company. This means avoiding language that is overly modest or self-deprecating and instead highlighting your strengths and achievements in a way that shows why you are the best candidate for the job.

Here's the catch. Some AI tools will generate good-looking but generic cover letters that are not customized to the specific job you're applying for. Hiring managers can spot these easily and will reject you.

Fortunately, there's an Imagine tool that can help. It's called Imagine CoPilot, and it's an AI-powered cover letter generator that writes a personalized cover letter for you based on the job you're applying for. Imagine Co-Pilot is a GPT-3 powered AI tool that generates customizable cover letters that are concise and confident, yes but also:

  1. Customized to you
  2. Customized to the company
  3. Customized to the job you apply for

Here is how you can use it. For now, it's free and open to everyone - not just our Imagine Fellows. Just click this button, change a few inputs, and hit send.

Alternatively, you can:

  1. Fire up your email client
  2. Clean your email body: No footers, etc.
  3. Enter information about you and your stack. Example: Ahmed, 3-years experience, Vodafone Egypt, apply to Delivery Hero, apply for full stack engineer position, like swimming and hiking, [paste keywords from the job description]
  4. Send your email to [email protected]
  5. Wait a few minutes → get your cover letter back into your inbox
  6. Refine the output as needed → never claim you can do things you can't

Here is what you'll get after a few minutes. Your personalized version of this:

Dear HR Manager, I am writing to apply for the position of Senior FullStack Engineer (Backend/Mobile) - (Data Platform) at Delivery Hero, as advertised. I have three years of experience working at Vodafone Egypt, and I believe I possess the necessary skills, knowledge and experience for the role. I have 4+ years of experience working with mobile programming languages for Android or iOS (Kotlin or Swift), as well as 5+ years of experience in developing complex software systems scaling to millions of users. I am comfortable working in an environment where I can experiment and iterate quickly, and have the ability to understand business drivers and strategic needs for features. I am passionate about secure, clean and beautiful code, and have strong customer empathy and experience sensitivity. I am confident that I would make a great addition to your team, and I am excited at the prospect of working with you. I look forward to discussing this opportunity further. Sincerely, Ahmed

Try it out now - it's fun! This tool yields enormous power. Please use your newfound power responsibly. This tool is brought to you by Imagine Foundation. Europe's #1 channel for aspiring engineers from the Middle East, Africa & Latam who seek work and a new life in Europe.

We hope you enjoyed the read. Now it’s time for action. As always, we are rooting for you. Keep us posted.

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