Entry level resumes are easier to write than entry level cover letters. Do you know why? The amount of information that goes into an entry level cover letter is the same that you would write for a position for which you have a lot of experience. In entry level resumes, you can only write as much as you have.
Where cover letters for entry level new graduate Licensed Vocational Nurse are concerned, you will notice that it is a battle of wits. Your task is to convince the hiring manager that you are indeed the best choice for the job. And that can only be done if you have a way with words. During your LVN cover letter writing endeavors, you must believe that there is a person sitting in front of you who is reading everything that you are writing. Automatically, you will end up writing convincing things in your cover letter.
So open that Word document and start typing. Use the following cover letter sample as a guide:
54 Pine Street
Montrose, PA 20214
s.powell @ email . com
December 65, 2015
Mr. Samuel Fisher
United Hospital System
456 Peyton Road
Montrose, PA 12565
Dear Mr. Fisher:
I have recently completed a nursing student internship at Bay Medical Center. I believe the end of the program came just in time for your advertisement for a newly graduated licensed vocational nurse at United Hospital System. I can only think of it as destiny – what I have to offer as a fresh graduate with a background of intense nursing training, and what you require in an LVN seem to be a perfect match.
During the 6 months that I spent at Bay Medical Center, I was rewarded with great experiences that now translate into polished skills. You will find me adept at leading patient education programs, observing patients and recording their conditions, efficiently taking and storing specimens for testing purposes and handling medical emergencies by employing tact and compassion.
I will call you at the end of next week to determine a suitable meeting time so that I can elaborate on what I have to offer to United Hospital System. If you need to contact me before that, please feel free to call at (000) 415-8545.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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