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Sample cover letter for Internship position at UNICEF


internship in UNICEF

Position: Dietitian/Nutritional Advisor position, Ref: 5988TG

I am writing to express my interest in the position of Dietitian/Nutritional.

I’m a qualified dietitian committed to helping people eat well and lead healthy lifestyles. I have a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition and Dietetics) from University of Karachi, University, and Degree of Bachelor of Studies in Home Economics Faculty of Science; I am a member of the Dietitians Association of Pakistan and hold a full registered Diet Technician licence.

Nothing gives me greater satisfaction than helping people achieve their health and weight loss goals. I’m a great motivator and can adapt my approach to different personalities. I also thrive on creating networks and have a strong ability to communicate nutritional advice to people from different backgrounds. Seeing people transform themselves through healthy eating and lifestyle changes gives me a great sense of satisfaction and I would love to help spread the healthy eating message at Slim & Healthy.

For the last three, four years I’ve worked at various hospitals, institutions, advising in-house patients/customers on nutritional and generally running the program. In this role, I have helped many people (clienteles) develop eating plans which allow them to maintain healthy lifestyles, often around allergies, specific health issues and weight loss goals.

My computer skills are well developed, including the use of Microsoft Office applications on both (Name computer software you used).

I would love to join the dedicated team at (hospital …/private company) to help clients achieve their goals. My resume is attached and I look forward to being able to discuss the position with you further.

Kind Regards

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