Academic coordinator cover letters are an integral part of any job application set. This means that if a resume is submitted without a cover letter, it has a high chance of being rejected as another one with a compelling cover letter will take advantage.
It is important to write a potent cover letter for Academic Coordinator Resume and enclose it with your job application.
Take a look at what a well-written cover letter should look like.
88 Bomako Place
Washington, DC 99987
emma.hart @ email . com
December 4, 2015
Mr. Mel Dorado
George Mason University
3411 Athens Place
Washington, DC 98111
Dear Mr. Dorado:
I am interested in applying for a position as an Academic Coordinator at George Mason University and submitting my resume for your consideration. As a skilled and experienced Academic Coordinator, with hands-on experience in providing academic support, I am confident that I would make a successful contribution to George Mason University.
As part of my work duties at my previous place of work, I provided direct academic support including academic skill development, strategy assistance, monitoring progress and performance and assistance with registration and orientation. However my work was not limited to this; I was also responsible for providing academic coaching to student athletes. This experience and others, that my resume will provide details of, have instilled in me the understanding of retaining energy, good organizational skills and policies and procedures that need to be complied to in order to manage any operations.
I am excited about being part of a dynamic team at the George Mason University and would like to discuss my qualifications with you in detail. I will call your office after one week to follow-up on my job application. Should you need to contact me in the interim, I will be available on 999-999-9999.
Thank you for your time and consideration.