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Sample Music Teacher Cover Letter






The applicant in this music teacher cover letter lets the hiring manager know right away that she is able and willing to begin work immediately since the posting for a music teacher stated a critical need. Music teacher cover letters that show flexibility and experience are bound to land the applicant an interview and likely, a job.


Joann Johnson
897 Market Lane
Cityplace, USA 99999

September 25, 2006


Mr. Wayne Barber
Hiring Manager
Foster City Music School
43 Paris Drive
Foster City, USA 87650

Dear Mr. Barber:

I was thrilled to see your posting for a music teacher on JobBankUSA.com, since I'm in the market for the very position you described. I want to work part time, specialize in teaching piano and flute, and work with young adults and adults at your headquarters in Foster City. My cover letter is my way of introducing myself and my expertise to you.

Really good music teachers who work well with people of various temperaments and abilities are difficult to come by. I feel qualified to teach music and to do so in a way that each student feels special, valued, and encouraged. My success rate speaks for itself and I have that detailed on the enclosed resume. I am a graduate of Carlisle College of Music in Carlisle, Iowa and worked professionally as a music teacher for twenty years. Now I wish to work part time.

If you'd like to talk over the job and give me a tour of your facility I'd be pleased to meet you any weekday you choose, preferably in the late morning. Please call me at 678-456-3465, give me a time and date, and I'll be there.

Sincerely,


Joann Johnson

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