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I am currently a university student and would like to apply to TD for a summer internship. For my cover letter, who should be the recipient? Is "To Whom It May Concern" appropriate?
March 3, 2015 10:29:07 PM
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In reply to Leon, Pittsburgh
Thank you for your interest in a career with TD, Leon.
To see what positions are currently available in your area here: http://bit.ly/1ir6O0D. Through our Employment Opportunities page, you can "Search Openings" and then select the appropriate fields from the drop down boxes to submit a new "Search." You can then choose “View Openings/Apply" to submit your résumé and apply for the position you are interested in. You will have to create an online profile if it's your first time submitting an application. You may address your cover letter to "Whom It May Concern" as specific Representatives may vary based on your location.
If you have any difficulty submitting your résumé or creating your online profile, please contact us at TD.TDOpportunitiesTechSupport@td.com. When corresponding, please include your name, address, and telephone phone number, along with any details you can provide regarding the difficulty you are experiencing.
We hope this helps, Leon and good luck in your career search!
Justin B, Mount Laurel
March 3, 2015 10:36:52 PM