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Before mailing firms you cover letter and resume, is it best to contact the recruiting coordinator first and strike up a conversation so to speak, or should you just send an email with your materials attached to the designated contact? Furthermore, does one generally (assuming the firm doesn't specify) just include a cover letter and resume and indicate that a writing sample, transcript, and references can be provided -- or should all the materials be sent together as one?
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