It’s with great privilege to write this letter of recommendation on behalf of Machayla Longfoot, a Senior FFA member at Judson High School. Machayla is an outstanding student and a valuable part of her FFA chapter. Over the past three years she has developed into one of the strongest leaders in her chapter. Machayla is someone her fellow FFA members look up to and seek guidance from. She can be counted on and is a good organizer when something needs to be accomplished.
It with great pleasure that I recommend Robert for admission into National Honor Society. As his Boy Scout Community Service Advisor for over 7 years, it has always been clear to me that he has a strong desire to serve his community. Robert has been a very active volunteer in his community since he was in fifth grade and the lessons and skills that he has learned from these experiences are reflected in his character, which is very rare among youth his age. He knows that, even though he is still a minor, he can make a large impact in his community by sacrificing a few hours of his time to helping others.
I am writing this letter of recommendation for the Graduate Student Teaching Assistant Award to recognize my CHM 256 T.A. Haitham Kalil. I've only known him for about 4 weeks, and he has already shown the utmost respect and concern for his students since the first day of class. He is very aware of his responsibilities as an instructor and is understanding towards certain situations as well as give his full attention to his students to help succeed in the class. As a second year student my experience with college professors and instructors are limited but during my attendance at Cleveland State University I can distinguish the instructors that want the best for their students. As the engaged learning experience in Cleveland state represents
In my senior year of high school, I became the student body Vice President and discovered what it means to be an influential leader on campus. This experience exposed me to develop an array of qualities that can be utilized in the role of being resident assistants (RA). I have gained insightful knowledge of the intricate details necessary to be a productive leader who guides in an encouraging and supportive way. A gift that I posses is my ability to organize creative and innovative ways to build camaraderie among the people I serve. This is crucial and beneficial because it ensures for a safe and welcoming environment where everyone feels confident to seek assistance when needed. As a representative of this university and myself, I bring a dedicated intensity about infusing change by vocalizing the wants, needs, and concerns of the students to make my school resilience to an environment conducive to learning.
This is one of the most difficult student positions to hold and to perform well, and still have a social life. As a RA you are called on to do a mutilate of tasks that need to be done in a certain amount of time, while at the same time you are still a student, and still hold college experience. As an Resident Assistant you hold many responsibilities, and held accountable for so many other people during the time you are shaping your own education. By far being an RA, a student, a person who can make bad decision at times and a sociable being is one of the greatest challenges you will face during your life as an RA here at Delaware State University. RA's act as the supervisors (Mother Hen, or Pops) of their floor/wing or apartment unit and gain valuable experiences that will exercise their organization, leadership, supervisory methods, crisis management, and peer counseling skills in the area of conflict resolution. All of these experiences you will gain as an RA are experience that you can use for a lifetime, and use as an example for any other situation that may arise in the
I am writing this letter of recommendation to express my support for Keyshia Martin in her application for the Jackie Lajeunesse Scholarship Award. Thank you to the Ontario Ringette Association for organizing this rewarding opportunity for a great supporter of ringette.
Drew Kressler is a hardworking and confident young man who has experienced great success both academically at his school, and as a leader among his peers and within his community. I feel he would be a perfect candidate for your scholarship and it is with pleasure that I submit this letter of recommendation on his behalf.
I want to serve as a Resident Assistant because I value the importance of making a difference in the Saint Mary’s community, as well as serving as a peer leader who builds community and serves as a voice for their residence. Building an inclusive and cohesive community is very important. I want to ensure that the college living experience is a positive one and serve as a positive role model, just as my resident assistant has. Building healthy relationships with your residence, hall director, and fellow residence staff is very important. It is important to show others that you are approachable and a person who can deal and trust with during diverse situations. I will exemplify the Lasallian Core Traditions, by demonstrating a sense of belongingness
Please accept this letter of recommendation for Jenny Garcia, as applicant to your advance standing MSW program. Jenny was a former student in my Field I and Field II practicum courses. Jenny performed remarkably well in her studies and is prepared academically to take on the academic rigors of the MSW program.
It is my pleasure to recommend Cole Kopejtka for Wayne State College Scholarships. I was associated with Cole in the classroom as his seventh grade social studies teacher and his ninth-eleventh grade English teacher. Throughout that time I saw him demonstrate many positive qualities that will lead to success in him post-high school education and in life. His maturity, intelligence, and high standards of personal conduct have all helped develop him into a well-respected student who easily maintains a positive relationship with peers, teachers, coaches, and other figures of authority.
Similar to any leadership position, there is a significant difference between being well-liked and well-respected as a Resident Assistant. Both approaches to leadership reap their own benefits and can make a positive impact on residents and the community as a whole. A friendly personality, good people skills and a focus on collaboration and fun are all qualities that are crucial for a Resident Assistant. These qualities are especially beneficial considering duties such as one-on-one interactions, planning and facilitating events and making residents feel welcome and excited about living at UCF. However, a strong work ethic, willingness to make difficult decisions with the community in mind, the ability to keep a calm demeanor in the face of
In the past year and a half I half I have had the opportunity to work with eighteen undergraduate students as my resident assistants. They all come in at different levels
I am writing to recommend Kiara Patton to the Assembly Fellowship Program. As a student assistant for the Office of Legislative Counsel, Kiara exhibited her many personal and professional strengths, including her strong written communication skills. As a resolution writer, she also demonstrated her adept research and critical thinking skills, as well as her creativity. For instance, Kiara skillfully provided consultative services, made recommendations, and advised legislative staff on how they might resolve issues that would be susceptible to the objection of the Senate or Assembly Committee on Rules. She also worked closely with legislative staff to ensure the final draft reflected favorably on the member of the legislature that would be presenting her work.