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How to Write a New Grad Physical Therapist Cover Letter

Imagine that you are a physical therapy clinic director. You have worked hard to build an environment you love, with a cohesive and conscientious staff.  Now you’re on the hunt for a new employee. You receive a stack of resumes and they’re all impressive. However, only a handful of them have thoughtful, sincere cover letters attached to them. Understanding how clinical directors and HR managers will look at a new grad’s physical therapy cover letter is critical.

If you’ve only got time to interview five candidates, who will you pick to interview?

This article will tell you EXACTLY what to put in your cover letter to present yourself as a top candidate.

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About Meredith Victor Castin

Meredith Victor Castin
Meredith is the co-founder of NewGradPhysicalTherapy.com and the founder of The Non-Clinical PT. She is originally from Tyler, TX and attended UPenn for undergrad, before graduating with her DPT from USA (San Diego) in 2010. She has worked in outpatient ortho, inpatient rehab, acute care, and home health. She loves spending time with her husband and 3 cats, and enjoys creating art and weird music.

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