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Write a cover letter as a new PMHNP to attach to your resume.

 Checklist for Cover Letter : Your cover letter should be:  Presented and formatted in a professional business manner o Addressed properly o Clear and concise and include: o Content Introduction o Content Body o Content Conclusion o Written in a professional style and include: o Correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar o Clear and accurate sentence structure 

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NUR 645: PMHNP Preparation

Personal Statement Rubric

Area Excellent (4) Competent (3) Needs
Development (2)

Poor (1) Score

Thesis, Theme, Focus Is able to write a clearly
articulated, original
thesis/theme/focus/purpos
e.

Is able to state a
thesis/theme/focus/pur
pose; may be either
somewhat unclear or
somewhat lacking in
originality.

Is able to articulate a
thesis/theme/focus
/purpose; may be
unclear or lacking in
originality.

Is unable to articulate
any
purpose of applying for
career position.

Organization & Flow Is able to write a well-
organized statement of
purpose, including a clearly
written intro., main body,
and conclusion.
Introduction includes
thesis or introduces theme.
Each body paragraph has a
topic sentence, develops
one main idea, and has a
transition sentence linking
it to the next paragraph.
The conclusion brings
everything together plus
adds a little more.

Is able to write an
intro., main body, and
conclusion. The intro
includes a thesis. 1-2
body paragraphs may
lack a topic sentence,
include more than one
idea, or lack a
transition sentence.
The conclusion
summarizes the main
argument but may not
add a little more.

Is able to write an
intro, main body, and
conclusion.
The intro includes a
thesis. Multiple body
paragraphs
may lack a topic
sentence, include more
than one
main idea, or lack a
transition sentence. The
conclusion may not
clearly
summarize the
argument or add a little
more.

Statement of Purpose
has no clear
organizational
Pattern.

Style, Mechanics Is able to use correct
grammar, spelling, and
punctuation. Writing is
clear and concise, without
unnecessary jargon.

Is able to write a
statement with minor
errors in grammar,
spelling or punctuation.
Writing is still clear and
concise, without
unnecessary jargon.

Is able to write a
statement with
moderate errors in
grammar, spelling
or punctuation; or in
some places writing is
unclear, wordy, or uses
unnecessary jargon.

Writes a statement
with major errors in
grammar, spelling, or
punctuation; or
in a number of places
writing is unclear,
wordy, or uses
unnecessary jargon.

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Area Excellent (4) Competent (3) Needs

Development (2)
Poor (1) Score

Creativity Is able to write an original
statement. Statement
strongly conveys student’s
individual voice and
personality and
powerfully sets candidate
apart from other
candidates.

Is able to write an
original statement. In
most places, statement
conveys student’s
individual voice and
personality and sets
candidate apart from
other candidates.

Statement may be
somewhat original. In
some place, statement
conveys student’s
individual voice and
personality and sets
candidate apart from
other candidates. In
other places, the
statement may
sound formulaic and/or
relies on clichés.

Statement of Purpose
is formulaic and/or
relies on clichés.
Statement does
not convey individual
uniqueness or set
candidate apart from
other candidates.
Student’s voice
and personality are
not evident in
statement.

Reflective Examples Describes a number of
relevant experiences,
which are all vividly
illustrated through detail,
dialogue, and/or imagery.
Student thoughtfully
reflects on each
experience, thoroughly
explaining the lessons he
or she learned from each
experience and how the
experience has shaped
him or her into the person
he/she is today.

Describes a number of
relevant experiences,
most of which are
vividly illustrated
through detail,
dialogue, and/or
imagery. Student
reflects on each
experience, explaining
the lessons he or she
learned from each
experience and
how the experience
has shaped him or her
into the person he/she
is today. Reflection
may not be very
thoughtful or thorough
in some places.

Describes relevant
experiences, some of
which are illustrated
through detail,
dialogue, and/or
imagery. Student
reflects on some of the
experiences, explaining
the lessons he or she
learned from each
experience and
how the experience
has shaped him or her
into the person he/she
is today. Reflection
may be missing
from some examples.

Does not describe
relevant
experiences OR
experiences are not
vividly
illustrated through
detail, dialogue,
and/or imagery.
Student may not
reflect on
any of the experiences
he or she describes
OR reflection is not
thoughtful or
thorough.

Total Score

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