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I'd like to share how my experiences aligns with your requirements.

Is that a correct sentence? Or is it supposed to be "experiences align"?

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Here

my experiences

are plural, so one should use

(1) I'd like to share how my experiences align...

if you are referring to multiple experiences. However, "experience" as a singular can also be used to mean "all of the things I've done/learned" as in "work experience" or something similar, so one could also say:

(2) I'd like to share how my experience aligns...

The first way, with multiple experiences, you are treating experiences as a series of episodes. In the second way, you are treating experience as a singular summed history.

Both are grammatically correct and logical, but given the rest of the context of the sentence I think it sounds most natural to use (2) if you are thinking about summed skills and knowledge related to a job. If, following this statement, you plan to discuss multiple individual experiences then (1) may fit better.

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