emilyf413 Posted October 28, 2016 Share Posted October 28, 2016 (edited) Hi all, I was very excited when I got the idea of asking one of my clients to write a recommendation letter (I assist people facing legal issues with food stamps and public assistance). When I spoke to a previous professor, however, she immediately cautioned against that because she advised me to get two academic letters of recommendation to demonstrate my abilities in an academic setting. She said that I should just ask my supervisor to quote the client in her letter of recommendation. What do y'all think of this? Thank you! Edited October 28, 2016 by emilyf413 tags WhatAmIDoingNow 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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