When writing an acceptance email for an internship, clarity and politeness are crucial. Express gratitude for the offer, clearly state your acceptance, mention the joining date, and express eagerness to contribute to the organization. Avoid unclear language and ensure all necessary details are included.

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Sample Acceptance Email of Internship Offer

Human Resources Manager,
_______________ (Name of the Company)
_______________ (Address)

Date: ____ /_____ /_____

______________ (Name of the Applicant)
______________ (Address)


Dear Ma’am/Sir/Madam/Sire,

I am ____________ (Name). I am glad to receive an offer letter from your company for the post _____________ (Designation offered).
I hereby gladly accept the position offered. As per the terms and conditions, I will join from _______________ (Date of joining). Hope I will be a valuable asset for the organisation and at the same time I can gain immense knowledge.
Thank you so much.

____________ (Name of the Applicant)
____________ (Address)
____________ (Contact details)

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  • Is it necessary to address the email to a specific person?
    • It's best to address the email to the Human Resources Manager or the person who sent the offer letter.
  • Should I mention the joining date in the email?
    • Yes, clearly state the date from which you will be available to start your internship.
  • Is it appropriate to express gratitude in the email?
    • Yes, expressing gratitude for the offer demonstrates professionalism and appreciation.
  • What if I have questions about the internship?
    • You can include any questions you have about the internship in a separate email or ask them during your onboarding process.
  • Should I provide my contact details in the email?
    • Yes, providing your contact details ensures easy communication if there are any further updates or questions regarding your internship.

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