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Tutor Cover Letter Examples & Templates for 2024

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Sample Tutor Cover Letter

Kelly Nores

Tutor, NTA Certified

2459 Philadelphia Avenue

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

801-301-8689

kellygnores@gmail.com

linkedin.com/in/kellygnores

4/2/20

David Nissen

HR Director

Arch Tutoring

3984 Walton Street

Salt Lake City, UT 84104

Dear Mr. Nissen,

As an NTA-certified tutor with 5+ years of experience in both in-person and remote tutoring, I was happy to see your opening advertised for a math and English tutor at Arch Tutoring, Inc. I know how much you value client satisfaction—which can be hard to maintain with remote employees. That’s why I’m pleased to share that I maintained 95% client feedback at Proveo Learning, with a list of over 30 clients at a time.

Your job ad places emphasis on tutoring to Common Core, SAT, and ACT tests. I scored in the top 1% on the SAT, ACT, and GMAT, and raised client SAT scores by an average of 40% for hundreds of retest clients. I also helped high school and college students increase their grades one whole grade on average. In the process, I received over 30 commendations from students for my active listening skills and empathy. I believe I have the ability to help improve your clients’ standings and your company.

I’ve been wanting to make a switch to working for Arch Tutoring for 18 months. Through my NTA membership, I interact with several of your current tutors, and all of them speak so highly of the work environment there. Could we set up a time soon to discuss how my interpersonal and active listening skills can grow your client list?

Best regards,

Kelly Nores

Tutor, NTA Certified

801-301-8689

kellygnores@gmail.com

That’s an A+ tutor cover letter sample.

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Tutor Cover Letter Template

Here’s how to write a cover letter for a tutor job application:

1. Use the Best Tutor Cover Letter Format and Layout

Read more: Cover Letter Format

2. Make a Professional Tutor Cover Letter Header

Read more: How and to Whom Should I Address a Cover Letter?

3. Add a Personal Greeting and an Accomplishment to Your Tutoring Cover Letter

Read more: How to Start a Cover Letter

4. Prove You Understand Their Needs

  • Mention a few key job requirements so the employer knows you “get it.”
  • Prove you’ve excelled at those tutor job duties in the past.
  • Use accomplishments to give the hiring team a reason to read your resume.

Not sure your cover letter looks right? See our guide: What Does a Good Cover Letter Look Like?

5. Convince Them the Job Is Important to You

  • Show them you care about this tutor job in particular.
  • Do it right, and they’ll know you’ll work hard.
  • To do it—mention a fact that attracts you to the organization.
  • You can find facts like that in their mission statement online.
  • Also look for press releases and news items.
  • Show how that fact fits with your skills.

There are 76 million students in the U.S., according to the U.S. Census Bureau. That’s a lot of job security! A great tutoring cover letter ensures you get the best of those clients.

6. End Your Tutor Cover Letter with an Offer

Read more: The Best Cover Letter Closings

7. Add a Professional Sign-Off to the End of Your Tutoring Cover Letter

  • End your cover letter with, “Best regards,”
  • Add a digital signature for an extra-personal touch.
  • Add your name, email, and phone number.

Follow up. A weekly email or phone call ensures they don’t forget about you. Learn more: Job Application Follow-Up Email Templates

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