Monday, August 25, 2008

How to Write Congratulation Letters?

The congratulation letter is one of the easiest and happiest of letters to write. It is also the sort of letter that a family may keep for years.

Dear Mark:

Congratulations on receiving the fellowship and study grant from Princeton. It is not only a tribute to your brilliance and hard work, but it will give you the opportunity to explore some of the avenues of investigation we have been talking about so wistfully. All of us here at the lab share the joy of this moment with you. We will miss you during the term of your studies and look forward to welcoming you back.

With best wishes,


1 comment:

Building Careers said...

Congratulation letters are warm and thoughtful gestures. They are used in both personal as well as professional situations. You can write to convey your congratulations to your family, friends, or business associates on their success or achievements. It is a way of celebrating their success and partaking in their happiness.

Congratulation letters must be written within a time-frame of the happy occurrence to convey your sincerity. If you delay writing these letters, then the whole purpose is lost.