Writing a cover letter for an entry level assistant teacher position is somewhat tricky.

In your letter, you need to match your transferable skills, capabilities, education and experience with the requirements of the employer. In addition, you have to prove that you are a creative individual and an effective communicator.

Lead teachers want an Assistant Teacher to assist them in a way without disturbing their attention.

On the other hand, students want Assistant Teacher to negotiate with the classroom teacher on their behalf.

If you want an attractive cover letter for a job as an assistant teacher, it should tackle all these realities in a professional manner. Focus your letter on how the school will be benefited if they employ you as an Assistant Teacher.

Following is the best sample cover letter for assistant teacher resume with no prior experience. Feel free to personalize this sample cover letter as per your circumstances.



Assistant Teacher Sample Cover Letter No Experience



321 Riverdale Lane
Houston, TX 54121

November 13, 2017

Ms. Sara Michael
Hiring Manager
Bright Future School District
65 North Ave
Houston, TX 69888


Dear Ms. Michael:

In response to your advertisement for the position of Assistant Teacher at Bright Future High School, I am submitting my application for your review. With my Bachelor’s degree in Education and 3 months’ teaching internship, I am extremely interested in utilizing my skills and capabilities in a secondary school setting. I am particularly interested in working for the Bright Future School District because of its dedication to provide quality education, as proofed by the favorable student/faculty ratio and high-tech classroom environment.

Some highlights of my strengths include:

• Highly skilled in assisting lead teacher in classroom activities.
• Demonstrated ability to provide substitute coverage when teachers are absent.
• Able to work with children from 5-15 years of age.
• Track record of planning and implementation of a developmentally appropriate curriculum for children.
• Flexible, cooperative, and good communicator.

My student teaching experience has enabled me to build up particular relationships appropriate to the age group. As co-advisor of the Computer Club during my practicum, I gained managerial skills and improved my analytical thinking. As a student at Houston College, I worked as honorary clerical assistant at the college’s office, where I developed exceptional secretarial and clerical skills.

As a fresh and enthusiastic candidate, I would welcome the opportunity to speak with you regarding my teaching assistance skills. I will contact you after two weeks to follow-up and schedule a mutually convenient appointment. In the interim, I can be reached on my cellular phone at (000) 375-5821.

Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to meeting you in the near future.



John Doe