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Academic Advisor Cover Letter

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Academic Advisor Cover Letter

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Socially skilled and straightforward history teacher ready for new challenges

My name is Bella Cox, and I’ve been working as a history teacher at Georgetown College in Washington DC for seven years. It’s been a gratifying job where I’ve been in a position to grow over the years, but I am not the type to turn down a new challenge.

When I read about the position as academic advisor at University of Maryland, it piqued my interest right away. The position, as described, offers exactly the kind of challenge I’ve been looking for.

I am convinced I am the right person for the job!

There are several factors that I believe make me a good fit for this job:

First of all, I am confident that my previous work experience makes me well suited for a job in mentoring students. My role as a history teacher has helped me grow in several key ways, and the experience I’ve gained in teaching and counseling has strongly contributed to my professional development. In addition to this, my earlier work as supply teacher, has equipped me with the skills necessary to succeed in the role as an academic advisor.

Secondly, I would like to highlight my education. I have a Master’s degree in history and education from University of Pennsylvania. Aside from gaining the requisite knowledge taught in my classes, studying at University of Pennsylvania also gave me a large network and valuable experiences of a different kind.

There is much to be said for experience and education, but most vital to succeeding at a job are someone’s personal qualities. I enjoy social environments, I am good at making new personal connections and I have ability to communicate clearly and directly. I would also describe myself as conceptual, judicious and strategic.

I hope that this brief presentation has given you an idea of who I am, and what I can bring to Georgetown University. I feel strongly that I would be able to meet your expectations, and look forward to being called to an interview so that I might introduce myself further.

Yours truly,

Bella Cox