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The Cover Letter and Resume are below because my special projects link is not working.

Woodrow Wilson Cover Letter

Woodrow Wilson

4747 Woodrow Street


Staunton, Virginia


1 (817) 123-4567



Dear Mr. Haskell,


For every achievement in life dedication, determination, and experience is needed.  These three things are needed in the learning process for students all around, which is why would like to teach at Mission Viejo High School.


I hold each of these characteristics, and I would like to be able to spread knowledge of our past to those who would like to gain knowledge.  I have previously taught with the idea of getting students involved in the learning process and I would like to continue that at Mission Viejo High School.  I feel knowledge is the most important aspect in life that one can gain and use to their advantage.


I am dedicated to the teaching of others, to help students succeed in life.  I am also very determined to make sure every single student I teach, achieves in life.  I also have a great deal of experience as a professor.  I have taught at Bryn Mawr College, Wesleyan University, and Princeton University, and I would like to continue my career with teaching high school students about World History, through my own experiences about the subject.  Attached is my resume with my experience, education, and necessary information.  You can contact me through e-mail or by phone.  I hope to help bring more knowledge to the lives of others with this teaching opportunity at Mission Viejo High School.  Thank you for considering me for this job opening.




Woodrow Wilson


Woodrow Wilson





Woodrow Wilson Resume


Woodrow Wilson

4747 Woodrow Street


Staunton, Virginia


1 (817) 123-4567




            Davidson College - Classes

            Princeton University - 1879

            University of Virginia Law School 1879-1880

            Johns Hopkins University PhD, 1885


            Speaker of the American Whig Society

            Secretary of the Football Association,

            President of the Baseball Association

            Managing editor of the Princetonian.


            Taught at:

                         Bryn Mawr College

                        Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut

                        Princeton University 1890, Professor of Jurisprudence and political economy

            President of Princeton University-1902-1910, Industrialized intellectual contacts between students and teachers.

            Governor of New Jersey- 1910-1912

            President of the United States of America-1912-1921

                        14 Points of Peace- January 8, 1918



            Wrote, Congressional Government, which was published in 1885.

            Princeton in the Nations Service Speech



            Available upon request



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