I just got another rejection letter for a job I really wanted. I need some help with my cover letter for a more administrative position. I'm felling very wishy washy and can't seen to make it Zing atm. Here are the 3 requirements I am trying to show I have had experience with. Monitor compliance with the County Title I Project, state guidelines, and federal regulations. Make on-site visits bi-weekly to each Title I approved educational agency. Prepare and conduct in-service activities to meet identified needs of Title I staff, regular teachers, and Title I parents. HELP!! I am interested in the Title I Specialist position. I have seven years experience teaching, six years at various Title I schools and have taught several grades (K, 3, 5, 6). I am certified K-6 and have both a BAE and an MEd in Elementary Education as well as an MEd in Educational Leadership. I believe that my years teaching at four different Title I schools will be an asset for this position. I have been able to observe the many different ways Title I schools go about meeting the needs of their students while complying with rules. I understand the frustrations, fears, and hopes of teachers at Title I schools, having been one myself. I am confident that I able to identify the needs of teachers, parents and students at Title I schools. I know that my years of experience as an Education Advisor and Admissions Coordinator at XYZwill also be an asset to this position. While working for XYZ, I gave many presentations to adults. I traveled to different schools and worked in conjunction with their guidance offices to help incoming students. I also worked extensively with cohort groups preparing teachers to get a master's degree. This work allowed me to be very comfortable giving presentations to adults. Additionally, I helped prospective teachers comply with DOE requirements for certification and spent time monitoring admissions, internship and graduation requirements of current students, as well as taking part in preparing for our NCATE accreditation. These experiences help me understand the vital need to monitor and comply with Federal and State regulations.