Special Needs Teaching Assistant Cover Letter Sample

Updated December 18, 2019

Writing a cover letter for a special needs teaching assistant position seems like an easy enough task – until you get down to the actual writing.

Going beyond the resume when writing one is important. In order to be successful, you have to look for specifics that the hiring manager has asked for in the job ad.

Special needs is an area that requires many skills. So, at the time of writing a cover letter, pick up two or three of your most profound skills, and put them into the document. Offer examples of when you demonstrated these traits in a real-time work environment.

Since you will primarily be working with specially-abled individuals, your training in this area will come in great use. Focus on this part to convince the hiring manager that you are better than the best.

Make sure that you customize your cover letter for each employer:

Related: Special Needs Teaching Assistant Resume

Special Needs Teaching Assistant Cover Letter Sample 1

 

Michael Sully
(000) 454-2525
[email protected]

December 18, 2019

Mr. Rad Markson
Human Resources Manager
The Rainbow Academy
12 Bass Road
Gulf Shores, AL 49714

 

Dear Mr. Markson:

I am interested in working for The Rainbow Academy as a Special Needs Teaching Assistant primarily because it will give me a chance to make a positive contribution to students’ lives. As a passionate professional, I provide exemplary one on one and group care to students with special needs.

Developing special needs assistant programs that blow the lid off the facility’s services, and advance its reputation is my expertise. My background in special needs assistance has allowed me to take on and accomplish progressively responsible roles covering physical disabilities, sensory impairments, speech and language difficulties, and social, emotional, and mental health needs of students.

Some of my main skills include:

• Developing and adapting conventional teaching methods to meet each student’s individual goals
• Using specialized equipment and facilities to stimulate interest in learning
• Prioritizing student’s physical, cognitive, emotional, and educational needs
• Assessing children to evaluate their progress and limitations

For the past 4 years, I have served as a special needs teaching assistant in the settings where a lot of effort is required to meet the individual goals of each student. Providing one on one assistance to students has been my passion, and I thoroughly enjoy the work. I also have a profound experience with inclusion – I have successfully led 4 inclusion programs in the past.

I would appreciate an opportunity to meet with you and discuss how my background and experience can benefit your facility. I will follow up with you next week, but please contact me at (000) 454-2525if you have any questions.

Thank you for your interest, time, and consideration. I look forward to meeting with you in an interview at your convenience.

 

Sincerely,

 

Michael Sully