Sample Asking Letter for Education Business Partnership

Sample Asking Letter for Education Business Partnership

[These are sample Asking Letter for Education Business Partnership or school business partnership or institutional business partnership for multi purposes. This letter can be treated as an invitation to coordination in similar schools.]

Date…

Authority Name…

Job Designation…

Company/Organization Name…

Subject: Letter for Educational Business Partnership

Dear Sir,

[Company/Organization] is in a process to establish Independent Living Center (Project name) for students with disabilities. (Instructional purposes). We are in a process to establish links with organizations serving the special persons in education and welfare. For this purpose, we look forward to getting connected for further link development.

Best regards

Name and Signatures…

 

Another format,

Date…

Authority Name…

Job Designation…

Company/Organization Name…

Sub: Letter for Educational Business Partnership

Dear Sir,

My name is (Name) and I am the coordinator of the (Institute name and address).

Each year we work with more than 50/100 adults from around the (area name) to offer them a chance to gain educational qualifications through providing courses and learning opportunities they may not have been able to take up at secondary school or at an earlier stage of their lives.

Our work has seen many adults gain not only knowledge but confidence, self-esteem and allowed them to gain employment in positions they would not previously have been able to.

We are writing to you because the adult education centre is seeking partnerships with local businesses to provide work experience opportunities for some of our students.

In return we would be more than happy to add you to our list of “Centre Partners”, meaning:

  • We would promote your practice as one who supports our efforts.
  • Your name and logo would be featured in displays of our “Centre Partners” in our office, and.
  • Your name and logo would be included in pamphlets and quarterly newsletters we produce.

We have also found that work experience arrangements build on the knowledge base of the community, empower individuals to contribute in a positive way locally and provide residents with a chance to see what they need to do to gain employment in the profession of their choice.

Included with this letter are some brochures and newsletters from the centre for you to look at.

Thank you again.

Yours sincerely,

Your name…