Contributed by Wade Pickren on 02/26/2013
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Faculty and staff are often asked to write letters recommending students for scholarships, fellowships, internships, graduate school, medical school, and jobs. As with resumes, an effective letter of recommendation can make a significant positive impact on the student's success, while a mediocre letter—even a positive one—can trigger the circular file. We will discuss strategies for crafting effective letters that stand out.
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