Sample Cover Letter (Traditional Style)
111 Aaaaa Dr.
Washington, D.C. 20002
June 3, 2010
Mr. John Doe
Human Resources Manager
ABC County Recreation Programs
123 ABC Way
Washington, DC, 20002
Dear Mr. Doe:
I was excited to see the Recreational Programs/Disabled Citizens Coordinator position recently advertised in the Gallaudet University Career Information Center. I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Recreation and Leisure Studies from Gallaudet University in May 1994, and would like to be considered for this opportunity.
During my undergraduate years, I developed valuable skills by working for recreational programs in Washington, DC and Kingston, NY. My experience includes organizing, implementing, and/or participating in a variety of community-based programs for disabled individuals. As a deaf individual, I have first hand knowledge about services and resources available in the community. I am able to communicate well with program participants, supervisors and co-workers. Please find enclosed my resume and transcript which summarize my work experiences and educational accomplishments.
My education and past experiences have given me the tools to make a positive difference related to programming for disabled citizens. I would welcome the opportunity to meet with you to discuss how I could contribute to your program. I will contact you within 10 days to see if you would be interested in meeting with me. I can be reached through the Maryland Relay Service on (800) 735-2258. When the Relay Representative answers, ask to make a TTY call to me at (111) 111-1111.
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