Allison Medina Cover Letter
Dear Prospective Employer,
I am writing to express my interest in securing a position within your company. Iâ€™ve come to the understanding that you are looking for an individual thanks to your advertisement on hiremymom.com, and I am pleased to put forth my application for the position.
While I have spent the past 13 years dedicated to staying at home raising my two children, I have continued to pursue personal and educational achievements knowing that when the time was right, I would be entering back into the workplace. In December, 2012 I graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. I have also kept busy serving the community through various volunteer positions. Most notably, I was the volunteer director with a local non-profit organization in Las Vegas that equipped at-risk youth and women transitioning out of the sex-industry with job and life skills. Overseeing all volunteer mentors, facilitating monthly support group meetings, and acting as a therapeutic support resource for all volunteer mentors are just a few of my responsibilities.
While most of my paid experience was prior to becoming a stay at home mom, I recently worked as a licensed real estate broker in the state of Washington until we relocated back to California in July of 2017. This experience added another layer of knowledge and proficiency to my skill set.
I do understand that some employers may be hesitant to offer a position to individuals who have been out of the workforce for some years. However, while I have not been traditionally employed since having children, I am confident that the above mentioned achievements combined with the skills listed on my resume will benefit you and your company greatly, and will allow for a seamless transition from being a full-time mom to a successful working mom.
If hired, I will bring the same level of passion that I have in running my household and parenting my children, to your organization. I assure you, you will not be disappointed. Please do not hesitate to contact me via email or phone to discuss the possibility of me joining your team.