Chaperone Cover Letter Sample

Updated: March 5, 2018


Chaperone Cover letter writing is easy if you keep a few things in mind.

The content matters. So does your ability to articulate that your skills are “usable” for a hiring manager.

If you can successfully do these two things, your cover letter has a great future. And your future is great too.

The following cover letter sample for a chaperone position will help you write one of your own:



Chaperone Cover Letter Example



March 5, 2018

Ms. Courtney Filters
Human Resource Manager
Developmental Disabilities Institute
700 Naught Works Road
Broken Arrow, OK64088


Dear Ms. Filters:

Hoping to acquire a chaperone position at Developmental Disabilities Institute, I offer the attached resume for your review. My exposure to looking after children and young adults while they are away from home is not just vast – it is well-placed as well.

Over ten years of experience as a chaperone has prepared me well to handle the emotional, and physical needs of children and young adults, and provide them with the care that they need, while they are away from their parents and guardians.

I am a reliable and responsible individual, who takes great interest in the welfare of assigned children, always making an extra effort to ensure that they enjoy their times out while remaining safe. As an experienced chaperone, I will be an instant contributor to your facility, as I will need minimal training (if any at all), and will be able to reach out to assigned children in an immediate manner, owing to my pleasant personality, and patient nature.

Once you and I have met in person, I am confident that you will also be convinced that I am indeed the right person to hire as a chaperone. I will call you soon to set up a mutually convenient meeting time.

Thank you for your time and consideration.




Carla Wright

(000) 214-1452

Attachment: resume