anywhere lane, anywhere, usa 11111cell: 111-111-1111email: ]email@example.com[/email]
april 12, 2010
john doe, practical nurse administrator
anyplace main road
anywhere, usa, 11111
dear mr. doe
i am writing in response to your ad published on/at for a full-time licensed vocational nurse. i believe that i can fill that position well due to my education, work experience, and professional sincerity. i display a positive attitude about myself and possess great communication skills.
a lvn graduate from the institute of medical education in san jose, ca. i currently hold a license in california.
my demonstrated strong organizational and communication skills derive from my successful employment experiences in hospitality, as my enclosed resume confirms. these skills, coupled with my lvn education and training, should prove to be of great benefit to your family health center.
i am confident that you will agree that my qualifications match your requirements for this position. therefore, i would greatly appreciate an opportunity to meet with you to fully reveal my keen interest in the health care field and to determine how i may fit your staff profile. i can be reached by e-mail, or cell phone days or evenings to arrange for an appointment. if i do not hear from you by monday, april 19, i will call your office to request a meeting at a time convenient to you or another member of your staff.
thank you for considering my application for employment at anywhere health centers.
jane doe, lvn
( what do u guys think? just to start off, i wrote my first cover letter, now i'm onto writing a resume and then a thank you letter, & at last a jist card!!) btw- i don't know why my name wont appear in the middle after several edits lol. but on the real, cover letter on microsoft word looks perfect.