A teaching letter of introduction contains information about a candidate’s skills and experiences. It will not only beautify your Curriculum Vitae / Resume, but will also help recruiter relate your potential with their institute and the prospective teaching vacancy thus enhancing your chances of selection.
Writing an effective letter of introduction is a lengthy process that is perhaps more tricky than building a resume.
Following is a sample letter of introduction which will help you find the possible teaching opportunities.
33 New Street West, New Jersey, NJ 65214
(002) 999-8888, anna.johnson @ email.com
May 16, 2016
Dr. Barbara Schmidt
BBB Elementary School
55 North Avenue
New Jersey, NJ 12345
Dear Dr. Schmidt:
I am writing to express my strong interest in an Elementary School Teacher position at BBB Elementary School. My Bachelor’s degree in Education and 6-plus-year teaching experience coupled with my enthusiasm and dedication makes me a perfect candidate for this position. For me, teaching is more than a profession – it’s my passion.
After completion of my degree, I obtained the Oregon State’s Teacher’s Licensing Program and joined ABC Elementary School. I actualize that teaching is not just imparting education – it is mentorship of young minds. It feel delighted when I am surrounded by kids who are willing to embrace all the ways of life I taught.
Through my experiences, I developed expertise in lesson planning, classroom control, assessment and evaluation of students. My disciplinary nature will be an asset as your institute is based on principles of discipline, commitment and persistence.
It would be a great pleasure to discuss this position with you in more detail. I will call you next week to follow-up and to see if an interview can be arranged. Thank you for your time and consideration.