- First of all, write down the date and complete address of the certification, collage, or so on.
- Use salutation. Whatever the letter is, you should open your letter with salutation. Well, when you do not know to whom should be this letter addressed, you can use To Whom It May Concern salutation. It is okay.
- As the principal or a teacher of the student you should give objective assessment for your student. First, you can say why the student recommended enough through his/her academic or non-academic achievement. Even, you can tell about the student personal attitude and manner. It gives your student more chance to achieve the goals.
- If you have or know how his/her effort in certain job and the student achieve good goals, then you can state it. It is good when you want to explain your student responsibilities during the project.
- In the last paragraph, say one more time that the student should get it. Convinced them that your student deserve it.
- To close the letter, you should give your signature, your name and your title then the organization or collage will more believe in this recommendation letter.
NASC Student Program ApplicationJanuary 16, 2010
National Association of Student Councils
c/o NASC Student Leader Certification
1904 Association Drive Reston VA 20191Loading...
To Whom It May Concern:
I am writing today recommend STUDENT NAME be named a certified leader through the NASC Student Leaders Program. In Addition to his meeting the required criteria, I would like to highlight additional reason why this student should receive the award.
STUDENT is an outstanding young leader who has made a difference here at SCHOOL and who is committed to the student council. I have had the pleasure of observing and working with STUDENT for two years and have witnessed his leadership in action.
One of the best examples I can cite that will illustrate what typifies this young man occurred last year when he was working with the student council to assist with local blood drive. The activity became a passion and his/her efforts and ingenuity were directly responsible for signing up over 300 student volunteers to either give blood or recruit their parents and others. I was one of the most successful drives of the year.
As ambassadors for our school our student council members are known to our parents and community. STUDENT works diligently each year to reflect to the community the pride and spirit we have here at NAME High School.
It is for these and other similar and compelling reasons that I am recommending STUDENT for the honor of being recognized by NASC as a Distinguished Student Leader.