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Meet Kimberly Torres – a final year student with an unusual passion for dental medicine. I read about the available dentist position with you at [Company Name] and felt I had to apply right away!
I’m convinced that this job would suit me well and that I, in turn, would be a great fit for the job.
There are several reasons why I believe I would be a good fit for you.
First of all, I’d like to bring up my passion and genuine interest, not just in [Company Name] as a company but in the medical sector in general. Being truly interested in something translates into a level of commitment, and I am confident that my strong desire to work in patient care will help me perform well in the position of dentist, and get me up to speed quickly.
Secondly, I would like to emphasize my education. I will shortly receive my dental medicine doctorate from Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health. Aside from the knowledge I have acquired during my studies, I have also learned how to quickly and efficiently take in and make use of new information.
Finally, I know that my personal and professional qualities make me the right person for this job. I see myself as a secure person who is very structured and organized in the way I approach my work. Furthermore, I also have the ability to exercise good judgment, which I believe is important when you are working as a dentist.
I hope that this brief presentation has given you an idea of who I am, and what I can bring to [Company Name]. 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.