To whom it may concern: I am thrilled to be applying for the Tutor role at your site. After reviewing your job description, it’s clear that you’re looking for an enthusiastic applicant that can be relied upon to fully engage with the role and develop professionally in a self-motivated manner. Given these requirements, I believe I am the perfect candidate for the job. I am an adaptable college student soon to be graduate (3.8 GPA, Special Education Credential) from University of Redlands. During the course of my academic career, I also managed to accrue nearly 1 year of work experience. I had the privilege of working for San Bernardino City Unified School District in a Substitute Teacher role, where I learned valuable professional skills such as instructional techniques, lesson planning, and holistic learning. In both my academic and professional life, I have been consistently praised as adaptable by my professors and peers. Whether working on academic, extracurricular, or professional projects, I apply proven creative thinking, communication, and multitasking skills, which I hope to leverage into the Special Education Teacher role at your school site. After reviewing my resume, I hope you will agree that I am the type of positive and driven candidate that you are looking for. I am excited to elaborate on how my specific skills and abilities will benefit your organization. Please contact me at 909-452-1326 or via email at Rosa_Moreno@redlands.edu to arrange for a convenient meeting time. Thank you for your consideration and I look forward to hearing from you soon. Sincerely, Rosa Moreno
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Redlands - Current Undergrad, Sociology
Graduate Degree: University of Redlands - Current Grad Student, Special Education
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Q & A
What is your teaching philosophy?
The important thing in life is not the triumph but the struggle. It is from hard work and dedication where we learn who we are as educators and students.