When writing a cover letter for program coordinator resume, don’t forget to mention your enthusiasm to work for a specific employer and draw attention to your skills and abilities. Write about your skills and qualifications and what you want to achieve in your career as a Program Coordinator. Show how your background fits the requirements of the prospective employer. Remember that employers are looking for Program Coordinators that will match perfectly to their needs.
See the sample below to get a better idea.
22 Example 6th Street
Nashville, TN 65887
December 26, 2015
Ms. Claire Wood
Manager (Human Resources)
Meharry Medical College
Nashville, TN 69932
Re: Program Coordinator (Job # 43222)
Dear Ms. Wood:
My interest in working with the Meharry Medical College began when I met with one of your representatives at the career fair. A recent graduate with a double major in business and administration, I am eager to leverage my experience and academic qualifications to contribute to your bottom line in the role of a Program Coordinator.
Through my previous experiences in administration, I have gained hands-on skills in planning and coordinating routine administrative, operational and financial activities of a narrowly defined funded program. I am very expert in event planning, budget management, program implementation, internal and external operational liaison, program marketing, database management and reporting. My enclosed resume contains a complete list of my qualifications and skills suitable for this position.
I am enthusiastic to discuss your Program Coordinator position and to learn more about the Meharry Medical College. I will call you after few days to follow-up and see if it is suitable to arrange an interview. In the intervening time, I can be reached at (999) 555-9999.
Thank you for your time and consideration.