A cover letter goes along with your Substitute Teacher Resume or job application. It is usually the foremost item a hiring manager will read. For that reason, it is very important that you make the a memorable impression, even if you have no prior experience.
In case you are inexperienced, you can still make a good impression to the hiring authority by showing your education and other transferable skills in a way that relate the job requirements of a substitute teacher.
Substitute Teacher Cover Letter – No Experience
433 Louise Lane
Hastings, MN 99449
fiona.d @ email . com
September 9, 2013
Ms. Paula Cox
Checks Missionary School
2 Lake Place
Hastings, MN 84888
Dear Ms. Cox:
I am very enthusiastic to apply for the position of a Substitute Teacher at Checks Missionary School. I perfectly understand the district’s missions and goals and am confident in my ability to become a great asset to the district in the role of a substitute teacher.
During my education and summer experience as a teacher’s aide, I have developed skills and capabilities relevant to Substitute Teacher’s job responsibilities. This includes; a thorough understanding of behavior management strategies, optimistic point of view, a strong desire to deliver, outstanding work ethic, exceptional communication skills and a profound ability to work as part of a strong interdisciplinary team.
I am very excited at the prospect of working at Substitute Teacher position in an organization like Checks Missionary School where I will be able to make the most of my potential capabilities. My strong references also give a solid base to my job application.
As a fresh and passionate Substitute Teacher, I would like to meet with you in person so as to discuss my teaching skills in detail. I will call your office in a week’s time to set an interview time with you. Moreover, I will be available on my cell at (000) 292-2222 if you would like to contact me in the meantime.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Enclosures. Resume and Recommendation Letters