Imagine that you are the hiring manager for the company at which you are applying. You might receive a minimum of 10┰ resumes and cover letters on the first few days of posting the job. Then, on the next few days if you happen to see a follow_up cover letter from an applicant saying how impressed they are with the company and would absolutely love an interview, you probably are going to take note and look at their credentials even further. Now let's go back to setting up your follow up cover letter format: First, place a small opening paragraph at the beginning of the page expressing that you are "following up," and that you are still interested in gaining an interview. That's it! Utilizing a second cover letter will literally double your chances at gaining the interview.
Please accept this letter as a formal notification of my resignation from the position [position title] with [company name]. I will be leaving my position due to unavoidable personal reasons that must be attended to immediately. I would like to thank you for this amazing opportunity that I was given for the past [Add the number of years you have been working in the role]. I greatly appreciate what I have learned here [Add the things you have learned here] and will take it with me throughout my career. My last working day will be [DD/MM/YY _ (one/two months from the date you give notice depending on company policy)]. I promise to wrap up my duties and train my replacement during this time. Please do let me know if there's anything else I can do to aid during this transition. I wish the company continued success, and I hope to stay in touch in the future. Sincerely, Find more resignation letter formats for specific reasons here.