Your cover letter endeavors can reach the top of the success ladder with only a little attention paid to the format and content. Both matter tremendously. The fact that you are a good worker, with a sizeable skills set and a great will to contribute is something only you know. To make a prospective employer get to know this, you have to write to him, explaining why you believe that your candidature is much stronger than others who have applied for the same position.
A cover letter for reading tutor resume is no average piece of communication. It is up to you to show the employer that you have all the skills (and more) that he or she has charted out in a company advertisement. Match your abilities (literally) with the requirements of the employer and you cannot go wrong. But make sure that your cover letter is not considered over the top. Many people boast of things that they can only do a little, or not at all – while this may be a great way to introduce yourself, you will lose out at the interview. Stay moderate but induce intrigue. And this is how your cover letter will become a hot favorite.
52 Paris Street
West Jordon, UT 52441
December 15, 2016
Mr. Raymond Dell
Action Potential Learning
6321 Traveler Road
West Jordon, UT 66565
Dear Mr. Dell:
Having worked as a reading tutor both in a private capacity and in a dedicated learning hub, I am confident that I will be a credit to Action Potential Learning. Appreciating the fact that students of today are more inclined towards technology than actual books, I have been quite successful in bringing the magic of reading to them. My efforts are not only concentrated on reading from physical books – comprehending that technology does pay a huge part in how the youth of today is shaping, I take it into account while tutoring my students in oral reading fluency.
With over 10 years of experience working with intervention professionals (mostly class lead teachers), I am well-versed in addressing individual students’ specific requirements to ensure their reading flow. Creating long and short term goals to ensure that students meet their own reading objectives with ease, is my niche. Additionally, I have an entire series of programs (self-developed) that I believe will be of much interest to you, as it engages students in enjoyable experiences with literature.
If you would like to know more about this, I am willing to meet up in person. I can be reached at (666) 666-6666.
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