Funny Letter Of Recommendation - Recommendation Letter

Funny Letter Of Recommendation

When requesting a reference you should provide your writer with detailed information about exactly what you are applying for. This will allow them to tailor their letter and better represent your attributes. You should also provide them with an up to date resume so they can have an account of all of your past employment and accomplishments. With this information your writer can be sure that the reference is detailed and has current and correct information.

Now that you know why you are writing a reference letter, what should be included in it? There are three important parts of every reference letter: the introduction, the body, and the conclusion. In the introduction you introduce to the reader who you are and what you relationship is with the applicant. You should also mention how long you have known said applicant. The body of the letter contains the positive qualities and attributes that you feel merit mentioning. The body should also include anecdotes or examples of these behaviors, so it isn't assumed that blind praise is being given. Finally, the conclusion should reiterate what was said in the body. Here you can also add any facts that you deem pertinent. It is also recommended that you provide contact information and state that you are willing to give more information if its needed.

Follow these steps to be fair to everyone involved:

* Choose several of your qualities and strengths that match the current situation; do not list everything you have ever done.
* List your strengths, talents, and abilities. These may include diligence, punctuality, leadership, reliability, enthusiasm, creativity, independence, teamwork, organization, etc.
* Always thank the recommender for being willing to write a letter for you. After the letter is sent, you might consider writing a short note expressing your thanks for the writer's willingness to help you achieve your scholastic or career goals.


Letter Sample for Character Reference or Personal Reference

I have known Name for two years in my capacity as a teacher at Cougar School. Name took English from me and earned superior grades in those classes. Based on Name grades, attendance and class participation, I'd rate Name academic performance in my class as superior.

Name was a student in my class during his second year of college. Because there were fewer than 40 students in the class, I had the opportunity to become more fully acquainted with Name and the other students than did professors teaching larger sized classes. I was very impressed with Name’s performance in class, in his assignments, and on his examinations. Name also made many significant contributions to our class discussions. He was always well prepared and took a keep interest in our class discussions.

Name was a student of mine in College during the 2006-07 year. Although I had over a hundred and fifty students that year, I clearly remember his performance as a student. The extent of my contact with him makes me confident in my assessment of his abilities.

Name is active in various student organizations. She works very well with others probably because she is a sincere and honest person. She is enthusiastic and hard working and is very much respected by the faculty and students alike. She is a mature person who takes her responsibilities seriously.

Name would be a tremendous asset to the town and I recommend her to you without reservation. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Your Name

Funny Letter Of Recommendation