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Free Student Advisor cover letter example
Dear Mr. Miles:
Upon learning of Bronston College’s search for a new Student Advisor, I felt compelled to submit my resume for your review. As a highly educated and student-centric professional with experience in academic advising and support, I would be a valuable asset to your team in this role.
My background includes supporting college-level students in meeting—or surpassing’their academic goals through strategic program and schedule selection, performance evaluation, and professor collaboration. Coupled with my strong inner motivation and my superior organization talents, I am prepared to excel in this position with Bronston College.
Highlights of my qualifications include the following…
Coordinated a full range of academic advisory responsibilities—including registration, transfer credits, class schedules, enrollment/withdrawal, and financial aid—as an Academic Advisor with Greenbelt Community College in Cedar Rapids, IA.
Improved student retention by 16% through strong relationship-building talents; developed comprehensive student schedules to encourage continuous enrollment.
Creating and presenting orientation sessions for incoming students using innovative mediums such as creative digital media and recreational team-building activities.
Superior written and verbal communication skills.
Experience in working with traditional, non-traditional, domestic and international students.
A Master’s Degree in Educational Consulting with a 4.0 GPA.
With my strong academic background and my demonstrated commitment to achieving university goals, I am well prepared to extend my record of service to Bronston College. I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss this position and my qualifications with you further. Thank you for your consideration.
Joel H. Caldwell
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Include These Student Advisor Skills
- State licensure
- Educational counseling experience
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Organization and planning
- Knowledge of educational standards
- Being able to identify academic strengths
- Computer competences
- An approachable manner