Dear (Hiring Manager Name),
As an enthusiastic and skilled professional with experience serving as a volunteer teacher’s assistant in a variety of school settings, I take pleasure in submitting the enclosed resume for your consideration. My educational skills and teaching talents position me to contribute towards the objectives of (Hiring School Name’s) academic and teaching goals.
I would like to continue to develop my teaching skills simultaneously creating a challenging and fun learning environment for students. Middle and high school teaching always appeals to me, as the students are open to new concepts, and are interested in learning. And I feel working under your shelter as your Volunteer Teaching Assistant would give me this privilege.
Some of my accomplishments to date include –
With my previous experience, coupled with a strong authoritative voice, I am well prepared to thrive and succeed in the Volunteer Teaching Assistant position at (Hiring School Name) and exceed your expectations. I look forward to discussing my qualifications in further detail. Thank you for your consideration.
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