Being a student assistant can pose to be a valuable addition to your resume for employment later. Student assistants are employed by schools, colleges and universities where they are responsible for a variety of administrative and clerical duties. They may also assist in a library or a lab depending on individual interest and position vacancy.
The following cover letter holds information that an individual should include in his or her cover letter when applying for a position. Let us see what this sample says.
3002 Lincoln HI
Huntington, VT 89111
December 26, 2015
Mr. Nicholas Cage
Vermont State University
893 River Street
Huntington, VT 56388
Dear Mr. Cage:
I am a third year student at the Vermont State University in the Bachelor’s of Finance program. I saw on the notice board that there is a position of a Student Assistant available in the administrative office of University. With my administrative, clerical and customer service skills, I can make an immediate and valuable contribution to the office.
I have been commended on my administrative acumen by my teachers several times as I have had the opportunity to work for them in an informal capacity on many instances. My cumulative GPA is 3.5 which is much above the required CGPA for this position and I stand in good reputation academically as well as in student conduct.
As far as my administrative capabilities are concerned, I volunteered for the student office and worked in administrative capacity which makes me good contender for this position. Because of a suitable academic schedule, I am sure that I will be able to manage working for the administrative office in a profound manner.
I will be delighted to discuss this opportunity with you in person for which I will call you next week to set a mutual time to meet. I may be contacted at (800) 999-8888 in the afternoon if you need to reach me before we get a chance to meet.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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