Unformatted text preview: How to Write a Professional Email WELCOME TO THE REAL WORLD As a college student, it is VERY important that you present your best digital image by learning the correct way to
write a professional email. A professor, a potential employer, or a prospective internship contact may decide if
she or he is willing to help you based on the way you present yourself via email. HOW TO WRITE A PROFESSIONAL EMAIL Subject line: Your first and last name, JOUR 2-01, RE: 3-4 word content of email
-) Example: Malia Fernandez, Jour 2-01, RE: absence 10/4/16
-) Example: Jorge Lima-Smith, Jour 2-01, RE: Question about assignment Greeting: ii Professor Sunny, Hello Professor Sunny, Dear Professor Sunny are all appropriate.
Some professors do not want you to address them by their first names. Always be more formal
until you find out what the person wants you to call them.
-> No "Hey, Sunny" — it’s not professional Message: When you write your message do not use text abbreviations like ”u" for "you” or a lower case ”i"
instead of ”I" — again, it is not professional. Close: . Thank you for your time. I appreciate your help. Sign off: Your first and last name WHEN IS A MEETING WITH ME BETTER THAN E-MAIL Email is best used for an issue that can be solved in a few sentences. Do not use email when asking for detailed help with an assignment. Instead, send me an email to ask for an appointment during ofﬁce hours, then when we meet we can work one-on-one addressing your needs. Malatesta - WTR 17 low 2 Class Workbook Section II - Writing Helps ...
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