Over the years, the phenomena ‘how employers see candidates’ has changed tremendously. At one time, you (as a candidate) could get a way with an ordinary cover letter. Now, you might not even be considered passable if you do the same. With rising competition and use of technology to bring our application papers up to date, we have actually managed to make things more difficult for ourselves.
A youth program coordinator cover letter should provide a prospective employer with a clear view of your life and how you led it professionally. If you want to add intrigue, you will need to write something that will keep the employer guessing what it is that you wanted to say, until you actually meet him. Mission accomplished!
98 Maple Street North
Kingston, NH 10212
Rose.stephen @ email . com
February 22, 2016
Mr. Patrick Burns
Project for Pride
502 Ridge Road
Kingston, NH 11212
Dear Mr. Burns:
Engaging the youth of “today” in productive activities is hardly for the faint-hearted. However, I have mastered this art through my proficiencies in assessing requirements of youth in the community, by effectively interacting with them to determine their needs and interests. Since the basis of each youth program that I develop is thorough research, my programs always meet desired outcomes.
Through my work as a youth program coordinator for over 6 years now, I have developed great contacts as far as funding sources are concerned. Being an active member of the Youth Inclusion Program (run by the State of New Hampshire), I attained great success in convincing organizations such as Community Living and Green Peace to include members of the youth to promote their causes, resulting in a staggering 78% increase in participation!
If you are interested in finding out how I managed to fund the Youth Inclusion Program (100% funding from one source), you can contact me at (000) 986-6323. I will also be in touch to see if a time and date can be managed when we can meet for an interview.
Thank you for your time and consideration.