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Sample Cover Letter
by Elizabeth Turner, and Elaine E. Schneider
March 13, 2001



Your Name

Business address: 


Dear Sir or Madam: 

I possess a college degree and a teaching certificate and am interested in finding a classroom position in your (elementary, middle, or high) school. I am organized and motivated.  I offer well developed "people skills" and a proven track record as a team player with a diligent work ethic.

I would like to take this opportunity to request consideration during your next hiring session.  I am confident that with your in-service training and my positive disposition, I could become a beneficial addition to your teaching staff.

My availability for an interview is flexible and I thank you in advance for your consideration.



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