Writing a cover letter for entry level teacher is absolutely no problem. If you don’t have a paid work experience in teaching line, you are still capable of using your cover letter to draw attention to your teaching and classroom management skills; abilities and experience you’ve gained through unpaid positions.
A covering letter for entry teaching position needs to be short, so write only one or two paragraphs that describe your key selling points.
Cover Letter for Entry Level Teacher
266 Example 6th Street
Atlanta, GA 52447
July 22, 2013
Ms. Anna Burn
Atlanta, GA 56998
Dear Ms. Burn:
With a strong, focused interest at Mosaica Education, I have consistently visited your website seeking a teaching opportunity to apply my skills gained through graduate education and honorary experience working with children. Your last week’s listing for a teaching position allows me to offer you my relevant abilities, expertise and knowledge.
I have a range of teaching attributes that perfectly match the position you describe, including:
• Hands-on experience in teaching students as an entire class or in small groups
• Highly skilled in planning lessons that teach students subjects, for example reading and math
• Demonstrated ability to assess students to weigh up their abilities, strengths, and weaknesses
• Substantial knowledge of working with individual students to teach them and overcome their weaknesses
• Able to communicate with parents about their child’s progress
I am delighted to offer these skills and abilities to your school district. I am confident that I would be able to teach your students through every aspect of the work and tasks that I take on.
Enclosed is my resume for your appraisal and I am looking forward to meeting with you to discuss this teaching position further. I will contact your office during the week of August 1 to follow-up on my job application. In the interim, I can be reached at (999) 999-9999 or via email at [Email].
Thank you for your time and consideration.