MPP2015 Posted June 3, 2014 Share Posted June 3, 2014 To be brief, I am currently living in Europe via a Fulbright grant that is ending soon. I have long-term plans to stay in this country and am currently working at an internship that should hopefully transition to a job (and a visa) in the next few months. However, I do not particularly enjoy working here, largely because I don't get along with my boss (for various reasons). Still, I think there are good experiences that I have gotten from this position (and will continue to build on), so it's worth it to me to have this on my CV and possibly reference it in a statement of purpose. But, I would not feel comfortable asking my boss to write a LOR due to this friction between us. I am also not sure if she would like the idea of knowing I'm planning on leaving next summer. Any thoughts on this? Do MPP programs expect that your current employer would vouch for you? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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