So, this is an advisor position where I would work with the teachers to develop an individualized program. I would work with the teachers and parents, among other duties. It sounds very similar to what I did for two years. And they want someone with a strong background in math, which is what I solely taught for two years. So, here's my cover letter: Dear "hr person", I am interested in applying for the Advisor position in the "School". I am enthusiastic and prepared to apply my skills, knowledge, and experience as an Advisor to maximize student learning and provide support for staff and families. I have had great success in collaborating with staff and families to develop and implement an appropriate program for students. As you might expect, I enjoy researching teaching methods, educational articles, and activities for teachers and families; and seeing the fruits of that work as my students master skills and concepts. Given the right tools, all children can be successful. For example, last year I had a student, “Alonso”, who started the year at below basic in math. Using the state adopted math program, I created scaffolded lesson plans where we slowly worked through each concept using hands-on manipulative and real life examples. At the end of the year he scored proficient on the CST math portion of the test. Students like “Alonso” are the reason I work so hard to create a program where each student feels successful. As the math clinician, I collaborated with the staff and the students' families to design and implement an individualized program that would foster students' proficiency in math. The students I worked with made significant progress in math, moving from below basic to either basic or advanced on their benchmark tests. In addition, my students' ability to critically think and solve word problems improved drastically based on their benchmark test scores and classwork. In order to make this program successful, I worked diligently at evaluating, collecting, and analyzing students' formal and informal assessments in order to plan the next step in their program. I documented my findings to share with staff and families. I am excited at the prospect of working with the students and staff in the "School". I would like to meet with you to discuss my qualifications for the Advisor position. Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely, Peachness So, suggestions?