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  1. bekoeppel
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    Ask for open positions

    Hello there

    I am looking for an internship at a company in finland and I want to ask my contact there if they have a job for me. How can i write that in a polite sentence?

    What about
    (some text about me and my motivation).
    I would like to ask if you have an open position for an internship at MyDreamCompany? I look forward to hearing from you soon.
    Best Regards,
    ...

    Thank you for your help!
    Benedikt

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    Re: Ask for open positions

    Quote Originally Posted by bekoeppel View Post
    Hello there

    I am looking for an internship at a company in finland and I want to ask my contact there if they have a job for me. How can i write that in a polite sentence?

    What about
    (some text about me and my motivation).
    I would like to ask if you have an opening for an internship at MyDreamCompany. If so, I would be grateful if you would consider me for the position.
    I look forward to hearing from you soon.
    Best Regards,
    ...

    Thank you for your help!
    Benedikt
    Perhaps this addition would be useful. And note that I dropped the question mark. You might also include a resume, in which case you might write: Enclosed please find my resume.

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