I hope that the skills and knowledge I obtain from this graduate degree will give me the opportunity to seek a challenging opportunity within a dynamic rehabilitation setting.
I hope that the skills and knowledge I obtain from this graduate degree will give me the opportunity to seek a challenging opportunity within a dynamic rehabilitation setting.I have enclosed all materials required for acceptance into the masters program.
I am very interested in pursuing a masters degree at the University of UNIVERSITY NAME in Cardiac Rehabilitation (or the area you are interested in).
From my review of graduate programs, and discussion with other professionals, it is very evident that the University of UNIVERSITY NAME Exercise Science Program has an excellent Cardiac Rehabilitation program.
These activities could include “volunteer work, class projects and extracurricular activities, as well as special interests such as traveling or playing sports,” says Barb Poole, president of career-management firm Hire Imaging in St. New grads can also mention a high GPA, school leadership positions and seasonal jobs in their cover letters to stand out, says Betty Williams, a nationally certified resume writer and owner of BW Custom Resumes.
Williams suggests finding out what skills are important to the employer, then showing how you have used those skills.
I am currently completing my undergraduate degree in exercise science, which I feel will enhance my abilities as a therapist.
My volunteer background has included the following: wound care, rehabilitation exercise programs, and spinal cord injury and mobility impaired patients in the therapy pool.
“Research the company, learn about their culture and business needs, and speak directly to those needs, says Kim Mohiuddin, certification chair for the National Resume Writers’ Association and president of Movin’ On Up Resumes, a resume-writing firm in San Diego.
“This personalized approach shows that you care about and are qualified for the opportunity.” Louise Kursmark, co-author of also advises graduates to customize their letters.
For example, Williams assisted a graduate in the tourism field who was applying for outdoor recreation course instructor positions.
She included the following in her cover letter to highlight the leadership skills that were vital to the job: “My leadership experience includes serving as a backpacking trip leader for an on-campus club that coordinated outdoor adventures.