Earlier this month, we posted a perfectly blunt cover letter written by an aspiring Wall Street intern that went viral and was referred to as the “best cover letter ever.”
In the student’s email to a boutique investment bank in New York, he reminded the banker that they had met a couple summers ago at Smith & Wollensky in New York.
After that name drop, Smith & Wollensky has taken out an ad in the New York Times offering the student an internship if the bank didn’t give him one.
From the FT’s Tracy Alloway:
Spotted in the NYT -“Goldman can teach you to evaluate a company, but can they teach you to properly age a sirloin?” twitter.com/tracyalloway/s…
— Tracy Alloway (@tracyalloway) January 25, 2013
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