Teacher Volunteer Reference Letter



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How does the perfect teacher recommendation letter look like? Do you need an example recommendation letter for your new study, Ph.D. position, project or job? 

We provide this Teacher Volunteer Reference Letter template that will professionalize your way of communication. Here’s a basic template that you can use to create the perfect recommendation letter for your former employee or colleague.

Also known as a letter of reference or recommendation letter. A reference letter is a recommendation from a previous or current manager, boss, supervisor, professor, coworker, peer, or personal relation of the requester of the letter, and it gives insights regarding the persons’ knowledge, skills, experience, awards, or aptitudes that he or she possess. It’s common to use a reference letter during the search for a new job, project, or when you are applying for a program at a graduate school. Especially for students, reference letters may be required when applying for awards, funds, or grants such as a scholarship or fellowship. When presented selectively in a portfolio, reference letters provide compelling evidence to an employer or committee about your abilities. This blank reference letter is intuitive, ready-to-use when you want to recommend a person for a job position in another company or organization. Try it now and let this sample letter inspire you. We certainly encourage you to use this for your own benefit.

Teacher Volunteer Reference Letter:

Subject: Recommendation of the work of Student
I can't stress enough my support for {{student first and last name}}, who has applied for the {{name of scholarship}}. Having {{student first name}} in my classes this past year has been a real pleasure. We have bonded over our common interests in hobbies. {{Student first name}} is involved in a wide range of extracurricular activities, from volunteering at a homeless shelter to chairing our school’s environment task force and, of course, participating in the golf club (for which I am the faculty sponsor). {{He/she}} tells me that {{he/she}} aspires to be either a journalist or an editor. Whatever path {{he/she}} chooses, I know {{student first name}} will excel and prove our respective schools proud. This scholarship would go a long way toward helping {{student first name}} achieve {{his/her}} goals, and I strongly urge you to award it to {{him/her}}. You will not find a more worthy recipient.
Thanking you. Yours sincerely,

What makes a good reference letter?

  • Enthusiastic! Show off the character and personality of the person;
  • Provide descriptions of your contributions to the work/academic environment related to completed tasks on time or your strengths;
  • Always use action verbs to describe your accomplishments, skills, and strengths;
  • Make sure to use the active voice which indicates that you completed tasks and demonstrated desirable behaviors. Since the passive voice can indicate that events happened with or without your active involvement;
  • Explain how you performed the responsibilities required, and therefore it’s good to study some appealing  anecdotes;
  • If possible, a statement indicating people would re-hire you or collaborate with you on another project;
  • Structured and written to highlight the person's strengths;
  • Immediately clear about the purpose and position the person is seeking;
  • Brief, preferably one or pages in length;
  • Clean, error-free, and easy to read;
  • Using common business letter format;
  • No copying of exact words/phrases from sample letters without checking the context;
  • Uses the correct name of the University or organization;
  • Contact information including his or her full name, appropriate title, address, phone number, and/or e-mail address;
  • Expands upon their resume; do not repeat it verbatim in your reference letter as well.

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