kingslayer Posted November 16, 2015 Share Posted November 16, 2015 (edited) Hi everyone! I have one professor and one lecturer for my letters of rec, but the third has been kind of murky. I just started an internship working with children this August. I work in a classroom & am supervised by the lead teacher, so I work closest with her. She has a bachelor's and is currently in grad school for her master's. She was ok with writing letters of rec for me, however, a couple weeks ago she kind of grew cold feet because the recommender forms ask for judges of academic ability (which I don't use at all during the internship). I'm not getting a grade or anything. She said to ask the person above her, the Director, to fill them out instead. This would be no problem, but the director has not worked with me at all. I've already sent around 4 letter requests to the Director's inbox and now I'm just scared. Which is best? Ask my lead teacher to write the letter of recs (even though she has a bachelor's. I thought this would be ok, to be honest). Just stick with a lukewarm/mediocre letter from the Director (she'll just reiterate the mid semester evaluation that the lead teacher wrote entirely) Ask my boss at work who has known me for over a year to write the letter (I'm a student assistant and I do mainly admin work, BUT she loves me and I know it'll be a great letter) Edited November 16, 2015 by highborn Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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