A letter of interest is nothing more than a cover letter – with a twist! Where a cover letter is usually written response to an advertisement, a letter of interest serves to inquire about a possible position without the benefit of an advertisement.
A Teachers Aide letter of interest basically shows a candidate’s interest in working for a specific school district. It is a bit difficult to write because you are not directly referring to an open position; someone may have mentioned that there is an opening or you just want to be part of an organization. Fortunately for many candidates, positions do open up once an employer looks at a resume or a letter of interest with piques their curiosity.
Teachers Aide Letter of Interest Sample
77 Shafer Avenue
Phillipsburg, NJ 70112
June 16, 2014
Ms. Benedicta Sasha
Phillipsburg Junior School
88 Heathrow Avenue
Phillipsburg, NJ 45502
Dear Ms. Sasha:
Capitalizing my success managing children of different age groups, I am seeking a professional opportunity where my teaching assistance skills and clerical expertise can benefit Phillipsburg Junior School.
Curriculum development and lesson planning are areas where I excel. As a versatile educator, I have had the opportunity to work with a diverse set of students over the last three years. Many of my students needed special attention due to learning disabilities and this experience with them has taught me to be sensitive to their unique abilities. I have a demonstrated ability to provide students with individualized and group support.
One of my greatest strengths is my ability to ensure discipline inside class without coming across as stern. I believe that developing and maintaining a trusting rapport with students goes a long way in helping them achieve their learning goals. Since I possess a passion for life-long learning, I believe that I can be quite a positive influence on students.
I anticipate long-term working relationship with your school and look forward to hearing from you.
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