A great way to get scholarships is through letters of recommendation. In this video, learn how to submit successful letters for a recommendation.
- And my brother likes to say there's two … kinds of letters of recommendation … that teachers and coaches write. … The first one is kind of like this general … letter of recommendation. … And this is when a random student, they don't really know, … ask them to write a letter of recommendation. … And so just to be nice, they basically give general … details about the student … and they say, "Yeah, Jimmy's a great guy. … "He'll be awesome, hope you like him." … Now, the second type of recommendation … is a specific recommendation. … This is from a teacher that knows you … or a coach that respects you. … People that have a personal relationship with you. … They have respect for you … and they see you as someone who adds … and contributes value to their classroom … or to their team. … They actually want you to be successful. … Now, it's so obvious which letter recommendation … is going to help you win a scholarship. … General is not, specific is. … Because these mentors are going to put more time, energy, …
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