After viewing the district's website, it has came to my attention there is a vacant Life Skills Classroom Instructional Assistant position for next school year. I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg in 2007 with a B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Mathematics. I received my Elementary K – 6 Certification from Saint Vincent College in December of 2008. To further my education, I received my Mid-Level Mathematics 7-9 Certification in December of 2009. I would like to apply for the Life Skills Classroom Instructional Assistant position.
I am writing today to express my interest in the newly posted Senior Advisor position at Tulsa Community College. I am an experienced advisor with proven skills working with students from diverse academic, socioeconomic, and cultural backgrounds. This position aligns well with both my personal and professional aspirations in college student development.
I have worked in various social care settings for over 5 years from which I gained a broad knowledge in providing professional support to service users to enable and promote independent living and fulfilment. I am a conscientious worker and a credible team player with high degree of flexibility towards performance of my work. In the course of seeking both personal and professional development I have pursued and achieved several trainings and qualifications which include NVQ level 2 & 3 in Health and Social Care and level 3 in Health and Safety to facilitate my aspired role as a senior community support worker.
I am writing to express my interest in the biology teaching position at Bard High School Early College (BHSEC). I am currently holding a New York City initial certification in adolescent biology education as well as a Master degree in Biology. I have experience teaching at a high school as well as a college level. I believe that my experience and qualification is a great fit for this position.
My past personal and professional experience makes me a quality candidate for the Instructional Assistant position for which I am applying. Throughout the five years that I worked in District 57, I interacted with teachers, students and other district personnel on a daily basis. As part of my FOSS duties, I frequently collaborated with teachers to determine their needs for science materials and/or assistance.
This letter is in regards to my interest in applying for the District Training Specialist position with Buckeye Partners, L.P. I know my experience in education, health care, and information technology would be a valuable addition to your organization in this role. I believe I would excel in this position because I possess a natural passion for educating, environmental responsibility, and regulatory compliance.
Thank you for the opportunity to apply for the position of Associate Director of Student Services at Richland College. I learned about the position through your institution portal. I believe that my education and experience would be a perfect fit for what you are looking for in the position!
I am writing to apply for a position as a College Counselor within Carolina College Advising Corp. I became informed of this position through Sheena Jacobs, Assistant Director of University Career Services.
I am writing to express my interest in the Senior Associate Athletic Director, Student-Athlete Welfare position as advertised on the NCAA employment website. My enclosed resume provides you with an overview of my athletic background and expertise. I have over nine years of experience working in collegiate athletics, as well as a sound commitment to adhering to NCAA legislation.
I write in pursuit of becoming a teaching assistant for EG-1003 beginning this fall. I seek this position wishing to further develop my skills in communication and collaboration. Furthermore, I would admire watching student creativity in action when they work in the labs and interacting with others when helping them solve problems. I believe my previous experience and personality enable me to be an effective teaching assistant.
I am writing you to express my interest in applying for the tenure track faculty position currently being offered with the Visual Arts Department at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland. I discovered the job posting on University Affairs website and after looking further into the Visual Arts program online, I feel that I would be an excellent fit for the position. I have an extensive visual art education which started at NSCAD in 2005, completing my BFA at Emily Carr University in 2009 and my MFA at the School of Art, University of Manitoba in 2014. I’m keen to fill this position and I’ve enclosed all the requested application materials for your review.
A graphic designer’s mouse and keyboard is to him as a brush and blank canvas is to an artist. I fell in love with the idea of this, using technology to express one’s creativity. As a graphic designer you aren’t limited to a standard because you work for yourself. Growing up I’ve always been drawn to computers and technology just in general, so naturally I would gravitate towards it when choosing a career path.
The MoMA's aim to be a diverse environment that celebrates the most thought-provoking art, has allowed it to become an eminence in the contemporary art world. Knowing that design has the power to change and influence other people, I intend to use my experience in design to promote this artistic diversity and improve this world. Fluent in English, Spanish and French, and currently in the process of learning both Dutch and German, I have an appreciation for languages that allows me to understand different cultures; helping shape who I am today. I believe that my academic and cultural background will make me an outstanding candidate for the Summer 2018 Internship Program at the MoMA.
Being a senior official has both been fun and tiresome. Other than being involved in official activities in the Pakistani government, I have taken part in bizarre events within the same category. In one instance, I have participated in a project that involved supervising the dissemination of family planning information in Pakistan. The literature reviews and demographic facts indicated a tiny percentage of men practiced family planning hence the project objective was determined to engage men extensively to adopt family planning. Imagine the challenge! I was the Project Director of the committee that would specify the targets for the motivational and sensitization campaigns for men. Knowing myself, if anyone had tried to convince me to get a vasectomy, I would probably turn it down. However, I had to adjust to the uncomfortable situation since I was mandated to devise ways and means that would arouse the desire for men to accept family planning. Realizing religious dogmas the substantial barrier to men’s acceptance, I replicated the unique Bangladeshi model of involving religious students to support Family Planning impliedly in their Friday sermons and succeeded in raising the contraceptive prevalence rate. Back in the department, however, I was tasked with representing the department in the standing committees of the provincial assembly to defend departmental conduct, training staff on rules of business and personnel management, running inquiries that