How to Write Powerful Letters of Recommendation


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How can educators write powerful letters of recommendation for students whose post-secondary plans require them? This compilation of 52 sample letters written by an experienced high school counselor is designed to jump start your thinking process so your own feelings and words can emerge. Learn how to turn your positive recommendations into glowing and electric communications to help your students gain acceptance to their desired programs.

Written by Susan Whalley
ISBN 9781930572058
Grades 9-12
78 pages
Release Date July 1, 2000

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Spiral Bound




Educational Media Corporation

Susan Whalley, author of Counselor’s Toolbox has assisted students and parents through the college search and application process for over 40 years. As a high school counselor, Susan is in daily contact with college admissions officers and has up-to-date knowledge about admissions trends, policies and issues affecting students.

After earning her Masters of Education in Counseling from Boston College, Susan became certified as a School Counselor and a Vocational Counselor by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She has been a featured presenter for groups at Kaplan Test Prep, Fitchburg State College, Middlesex Community College, the Massachusetts School Counselor’s Association and the Coalition of Essential Schools.

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