To Whom It May Concern,
I am writing this letter to introduce myself to you in regards to my future teaching position. I was born and raised in Swift Current, Saskatchewan where I completed the French Immersion School program from K-12. I am currently enrolled in my final year of my B. Ed. Degree at the University of Regina, majoring in Mathematics and minoring in Core French.
I have gained experiences working with young people through coaching speed swimming, teaching swimming lessons, lifeguarding, being a parks play program leader, babysitting and volunteering at SEARCH. I was an active member of my high schools’ French Club and often helped my own peers with their math. I also volunteered for the University of Regina’s annual Math Camp and Math Challenge in 2013.
I am interested in helping or creating a French Club in your school as I believe this is a great opportunity for anyone to improve their French language. I would also enjoy being involved in and observing the Student Representation Council and assisting in any Drama productions. I have experience with French Club for all years of my high school career and I partook in the Drama Club in grades 9 and 10. I was very busy outside of school taking piano lessons and competiting with the local swim team thus this is the reason I don’t have much experience with these clubs. I do believe that I would be a great contribute to these extra-curricular groups either way as I am a leader, creative, energetic and a great team-worker.
Thank you for taking the time to consider me for a teaching position, I look forward to working and learning with you at your school. A few important contributions that I will bring to my placement are enthusiasm, a willingness to learn from all and a desire to work with anyone. I am naturally a very bubbly, energetic person who loves to feed of of other peoples’ energy. I believe that if a teacher is engaged and excited to learn, others will be too.
I look forward to meet and work with you and the rest of the staff at your school.