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What are letters of recommendation for?

LoRs can serve a variety of purposes:To verify you are who and what you say you are. If your application details do not line up with what is in the letters, that is a big red flag.To get a feel for your personality and interaction with others. Lists of grades, scores, clubs and so forth are informative, but they are far from a total picture of who a student is. A letter of recommendation tells an evaluator or committee member how you are perceived by those around you. Are you a leader? A negotiator? A team player? Are you compassionate? Honest? Curious? There are many traits that cannot be expressed through test scores and grades alone.To get a sense of your potential from a person who can compare you to your peers. Are you more driven than most? Do you ask more questions than most? Are you more reliable than most? What makes you stand out in the mind of an educator (or manager or other adult)? The traits that stick in their minds are likely to be the traits that you will bring with you to a university community.To find out if there are any good or bad circumstances not covered by the rest of the application. I read a recommendation letter once that mentioned a student had cheated. I read another that mentioned a student had been orphaned during high school and had to go through the college application process with only the help his school counselor could give them. These are important aspects of these students’ histories, but there was no where else they were likely to appear in an application.I recommend talking to your school counselor about college and scholarship applications. At the very least, they should know when the local/school college fairs are occurring. Talk to any teachers you feel comfortable with as well.College applications are almost all due between October and January. It is a good idea to start as soon as possible to peruse websites and consider a range of schools you might apply to. You can visit in person over the summer any of the ones that are nearby.Scholarship applications vary a lot. Application deadlines occur throughout the year, but most often in the spring. Top applicants to most universities are automatically considered for some scholarships. High school teachers and administrators often recommend top students or club leaders to local groups offering smaller scholarships. There are also thousands of scholarships that post details and accept applications online. Once you have a few people willing to write recommendations and have written a few university application essays, these applications become a lot easier to fill out.If you (or your parents) are a member of any organizations, such as churches, 4H, Future Farmers of America, cultural societies, professional societies, etc., see if those organizations offer internal scholarships. Many credit unions and large employers also offer scholarships for members/employees. Most service organizations (such as the YMCA and Rotary clubs) have small scholarships for local youth and many have open application processes.

How do I show extracurricular activities without certificates?

A college application is similarly to a resume. You list your extracurricular activities without any kind of certificates attached. However, if you spend a lot of time on an activity, consider asking the advisor of the club to submit a letter of recommendation. Letters of recommendation are generally included with most application, including the Common Application, used by hundreds of schools.Listing “working out” isn’t really the kind of activity colleges are looking for. It would make sense to mention this in your personal essay or make it a central theme. A teacher or college counselor who knows about your interest in fitness could also mention this in his or her letter of recommendation. Combining fitness with a volunteer activity would be more worthwhile on an application - organizing an annual charity run, organizing an after school running/fitness program at a middle school, volunteering at a YMCA, etc.Most scholarships are awarded based on need, academics, community service, sports or membership in a particular group (children of firefighters, etc.). I wouldn’t look to working out as a great way to become eligible for scholarships.

My fiancé says it isn’t cruel to kick one’s child out of the house on their eighteenth birthday, for no other reason than, “They are now an adult, and they have to be reliant on themselves.” Is this true?

I knew from a young age that my parents would not be able to afford to pay for college for me or my sister and brother. I graduated from a small school in a tiny town that had no counselor, so I wasn’t aware that I could apply for scholarships or that I could even work my way through college.I graduated at 17 and when I turned 18 the next November, I was told that I needed to get a job. There were no real jobs in our town, and our family had only one car, so I’m not sure how I would have gotten to and from work, maybe carpooling with someone else who worked in the same area.While my parents insisted that I find a job, they were supportive in that they took me to job interviews, and when I received a letter that I was to report to a state position on January 3, 1963, in St. Louis 60 miles away, they took me there on a Sunday, where I stayed with friends for three days before moving into a residence for girls. They did pay for a month’s rent in advance for me - which I believe was around $60 at that time. Since I got paid at the end of the month and once a month thereafter, they also gave me enough cash for lunches and other incidentals. Rent included two meals a day and the residence was three blocks from work, so I could walk there and back. On the third day, my supervisor drove me to my friend’s home where I picked up my clothes, she then drove me to the residence where I deposited them, and then back to work.The Sunday afternoon I first arrived, Dad and I rode on the city bus so that I could see how they worked. From that point on, I was on my own.While I felt I was “pushed” out of the home at the time, it was the best thing that ever happened to me. My first year in St. Louis was incredible. Even though I wasn’t in school, I was working, supporting myself while living in a dorm-like setting. There were 300 girls in the residence. We had a hamburger grill in the building, but it was much more fun to go across the street to the Kwik Way Bar & Grill for sodas and hamburgers in the evening. There we could meet single young police officers who drove by and saw the booths filled with young girls, we could meet the young men who stayed at the YMCA, or soldiers from nearby bases.I had never learned to manage money very well, and my parents occasionally helped me out of scrapes in which I found myself. I married later in life and had my first child at age 35. My husband was very abusive and when I left him, my parents picked up a U-Haul, drove a few hundred miles to pick my son and me up, and I moved back in with them for about 6–9 months until I was able to go back to work, find an apartment and then finally buy a home for us.While they weren’t wealthy by any means, they helped when they could and along the way they even offered a bit of tough love, causing me to finally get control of my finances.Being a single mom with no help or child support, I couldn’t afford to send my son to college, but he was able to go to Junior College on our state’s A+ program. He declined a full scholarship that would require him to teach for four years. He just was not interested in teaching. He partied his first semester and didn’t keep his C average, and didn’t pay to retake the class that he failed which would have qualified him to go back on the scholarship (at that time, it even paid for all his books).But he did always have a job and while he moved out at 18, he came back home a couple of times. The third time he moved out at around age 20, it “took.” He has never been without a job and now does very well in sales, allowing his wife to stay home and take care of their daughter who was born two years ago.If a business trip allows him to be nearby, he calls me to meet him, and after my second husband died, he’s taken me on trips for special days like Mother’s Day or Christmas.The whole purpose of raising our children is to have them become self-sufficient members of society. I believe if we’ve raised them right, a little push out the door is a good thing. They are on their own, but we keep a watchful eye on them while we stay nearby.

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