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 Cover Letter #4

0000 Xxxxxx St. 00
Foxboro, MD, 20000
301-000-0000

February 3, 2005

Mr. Alex Smith
VA2005-071UBW
University of Baltimore
1420 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201

Dear Mr. Smith:

I would like to express my sincere interest for a position as an Admissions Counselor with the University of Baltimore. The chance to work for such a reputable institution is without compare and I am excited about this possibility. Every effort will be made to have an impact and contribute in any manner requested.

The knowledge that I have gained through my educational studies provides, what I believe to be, the background necessary to be an effective Admissions Counselor for the University of Baltimore. The courses I have taken required me to become conversant in a number of diverse areas. With classes such as Developmental Psychology, Human Behavior, Social Problems, Psychology of Personality, and Infancy and Childhood, I have been able to learn and respond to different situations as required by our society. As a Resident Assistant Iíve been able to apply the knowledge that I have learned from these classes with everyday interactions with my residents. For two years I have advised and counseled my residents in making career/life decisions. As a Student Admissions Guide, I communicated with the students as well as their families in promoting the University. In addition, I had to acquire an in-depth knowledge of the University to address the many questions presented to me.

I have been quite active in campus activities, many of which have been instrumental in changes in the campus community. As president of the Union of African American Students, a member of the Resident Assistance Counsel, and the NAACP I have honed my leadership and public speaking skills. One change included making student organizations more aware of the community issues and how to have an impact within the community.

In conclusion, I would like to again express my enthusiasm and sincere wish to pursue a career with University of Baltimore. The opportunity to apply my educational experience and energy with your institution is exciting to say the least. I am confident that I will be a valued asset to the University. Thank you for taking the time to read my letter and I hope to hear from you soon.



Sincerely,




Xxxxx Xxxxxx
 


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