Assignment 24158…
Relevant skills and competencies: 1. Taught in learning centers for 4 years ages Infant thru 4 year olds. 2. Substitute teacher for eight months (Grades Pre-K thru 6th grade) before being hired as a Pre-K paraprofessional. 3. Pre-K para for 2 years (experienced being a lead teacher and writing lesson plans). 4. Voted as The Support Staff Employee of the Year in 2015! 5. Graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education Studies from the Ashford University in 2016.
Attached is an example of a cover letter

Discussion Question
Cover letters are recommended, and in some instances required, for job applications. If you want to stand out from other candidates, you will want to write a unique cover letter for each position you apply to.
Cover letters allow you to clarify, detail, and expand upon your most relevant skills and competencies. In addition, a cover letter allows you to showcase your written communication skills.
It is important that you have a compelling cover letter. To write an impactful cover letter you need to answer the following questions before you begin composing it. Starting with these questions will help provide a clear and concise message for the reader of your cover letter.
Why are you interested in the position? Consider what makes the position, organization, or company interesting to you.
What three skills or competencies do you possess that match the skills the employer is seeking in a candidate?
You can find these skills by viewing the job description. These specific skills are the reason every cover letter should be unique for each job for which you apply.For this discussion, you will explore the components of a cover letter, reflect on your most relevant skills, and assess what action steps you can take to make your resume stronger.
For step-by-step instructions for creating a cover letter, please use the Cover Letter and Sample to see additional ways to format your cover letter.
For more in-depth guidance for writing a cover letter please watch the Cover Letter Webinar
In your Discussion Post:
First, identify a position on or the district you would like to work for, that interests you as a potential job opportunity and using the job description identify three (3) skills or qualifications that match your background.
Next, using the format suggestions from both the webinar and cover letter sample, create a second paragraph that communicates the three (3) matching skills and/or competencies you would like to highlight for the employer. Keeping these three skills in mind, develop a three to four sentence paragraph that you can share on the discussion board to obtain feedback from your classmates. The goal is to tailor the body of your cover letter to the position you seek.
In your discussion post, paste the link of the job description you’re interested in and a 3-4 sentence paragraph that you have written for this job application.