Mentor Cover Letter

A mentor cover letter is a document, which introduces your mentorship skills and states your aim about applying for the job position at the organization you are writing to. A mentor is a person who is skilled in a particular subject and guides another person or a group of people in the same field.

A mentor's responsibilities may overlap that of a teacher or a trainer; however, they can also be completely different positions. As any teacher, a mentor has to possess excellent communication skills, as they have to communicate a wide variety of thoughts and ideas to their students who are also known as mentees. A mentor also has to be a good listener, since mentoring a person is all about exchanging ideas and experience that you may have gathered over the years. There are various types of mentors such as a sports mentor, a mentor in a specific subject, a mentor at workplace who is also an experienced senior employee or a mentor in the performing arts industry.

Organizations such as schools and other education-based institutions often hire mentors who aide in the overall development of the mentees. A mentor's cover letter is the first form of communication between the applicant and the hiring organization and for this reason it should make a positive impact on the reader.

Tips on writing a Mentor cover letter:

Check the following sample mentor cover letter in order to gain better understanding on how to draft your own professionally appealing letter.

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Sample Mentor Cover Letter


From
Clinton V. Petty
3004 Woodridge Lane
Memphis, TN 38128
Phone: 901-307-5824
Email ID: clinton.petty@mail.com

January 11, 2012

To
Russel H. Bridges
Hiring Manager
Starlight Sports Academy
356 Todds Lane
Athens, TN 37303

Dear Mr. Bridges,

After reading your advertisement regarding the job opening for the position of a soccer mentor in the Tennessee Herald dated 01/10/2012, I would like to submit my application for this position based on my eleven years of experience as a soccer coach and mentor.

I have worked as a soccer coach with Charles Sports Academy since 1991 and prior to that, I was a national league soccer player for the state of Tennessee. I am a certified coach from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Some of the players that I mentored in the past have been selected for various Major League Soccer teams. I have attached my resume and experience certificate along with this letter for your further reference.

I would love to get the opportunity to discuss my profile with you in person. Please feel free to contact me on the contact details given above. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely yours,

Clinton V. Petty

Enclosures:

  1. Resume
  2. Experience certificate


A mentor's cover letter is an important step the job application procedure for this position. For this reason, it is of utmost importance that you should be prepared with a well-written cover letter before applying for a mentor's job.

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