There has always been a great debate about what a “good” cover letter should look like. Mostly, employers want information and that is it. But the way this information is presented makes a great difference. The impact of a cover letter needs to be strong. If you do not make an impression, chances are that you won’t make it to the finish line.
Essentially, cover letters for after school program coordinator resume are first proofs that you can communicate well. A good communicator automatically create an impression. If you’re talented, you need to let the other person (who is in a position to decide if you’re a good worker) know of your abilities. A cover letter works wonderfully this way.
However, it is not merely your communication skills that are important when writing a cover letter. Whatever your skills are, they are nothing if decision makers do not know about them. And this is primarily why so much emphasis is placed on writing a cover letter that is as near perfect as possible.
584 West Street #43
West Chester, PA 74154
September 2, 2016
Mr. Paul Xavier
Beacon High School
320 Pollock Avenue
West Chester, PA 13323
Dear Mr. Xavier:
Known throughout the district as an after school program coordinator who “knows her business well”, I have been especially successful in creating and implementing core after school programs that meet the individual needs of each enrolled student. My competencies are manifold – possessing great insight into creative teaching and learning as the key to raising achievement, aspiration and motivation, I believe that your school will benefit from not only my skills, but my experience as well.
Last year, I was responsible for successfully creating and implementing an after school program especially designed for children with learning disabilities. The program’s success was such that I was approached by the state to create a similar program for 42 state schools! My ability to contribute beyond actual planning and implementing of after school programs is immense – I have been largely involved in teacher training and development activities, resulting in all my coordinated programs being successful till date.
If you are looking for someone who has documented success in facilitating long-term development of creative teaching and learning at a structural and systemic level, you should hire me! To provide further details, I will contact you soon. If required, you can contact me at (000) 142-7454.