SAMPLE COVER LETTER: CAREER CHANGER
15 Shadygrove Street #13B
Landover, MD 20781
September 14, 20XX
Mount High Hospital
4600 Northwest Blvd.
Baltimore, MD 21212
Dear Hiring Manager:
It is with great interest that I submit my resume for the Health and Wellness Coordinator
position you posted on . I am currently enrolled in the Master of Science degree in
Health Care Administration from the University of Maryland University College. I expect to
complete my degree in May 2012, and would be honored the opportunity to launch my career
in healthcare with Mount High Hospital, a company known for excellence in serving patients.
After several years as a professional child-care provider, I have made the decision to change
career paths and seek a career in healthcare. This experience, coupled with a comprehensive
education in healthcare administration, has provided me with the skills and knowledge needed
to be a competent healthcare administrator. Through my background in childcare, I learned
how to develop healthy meal plans, train staff and stay current on trends. My education has
helped me garner the facilitation skills and knowledge needed to educate children and adults
on health and wellness issues such as healthy eating and exercising tips. Moreover, my
internship at Body Care Workout Center provided me practical experience in serving as a
Health and Wellness Intern and providing wellness classes for club members and the greater
By far, my greatest strength is the passion and dedication I have for caring for people and
healthy living. I believe that if we take care of our bodies, our bodies will take care of us.
I would like to spend the next phase of my career teaching others how to care for their bodies
in a company that places patients first. And, I believe Mount High Hospital is that place.
I hope that I have peaked your interest, and you see me as a viable candidate for the Health
and Wellness Coordinator position. I invite the opportunity for an interview and can be reached
at (555) 555-5555 or . Thank you for your consideration.
Hellen I. Reme