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Financial Aid Appeal Letter – Just What You Need to Get into College

| April 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

This example of a financial aid appeal letterwill show you how to make an impression by focusing not only on your need for financial aid for college but also on your desire, determination and commitment to continue your education.  Think about what your objective is and what you are trying to accomplish and what it […]

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Teacher to Parent Letter – Resolving Issues

| April 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

This example of a teacher to parent letter will show you how to approach the subject of having to set up a conference with parents of a student.  One of the main concerns for both the parents and a teacher is for the student to successfully compete a course or grade.  When a teacher notices […]

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Teacher of the Year – Present them Professionally & Personally

| April 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

When it is time to make a nomination for teacher of the year, this example of a nomination letter will show you how to highlight their accomplishments and present them professionally and personally at the same time.  If you feel very strongly about nominating a teacher for this prestigious award it is because they have […]

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Teacher Letter of Recommendation for College – A Stellar Recommendation

| April 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

This example of a letter of recommendation for college will show how you, as a teacher, can have a positive impact on one of your student’s lives.  If you have been asked to write a recommendation letter for college you are in a unique position.  As a teacher you are in a key position to […]

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Sample Letter Denying Leave of Absence Because of Lack of Availability of Replacement Staff

| March 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

This sample letter denying leave of absence because of lack of availability of replacement staff can be used to inform an employee that their leave of absence request has been denied because there is no extra staff to replace them. Though firms may try to accommodate such requests from employees, it is not always possible. […]

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Sympathetic yet Firm Denial of Vacation Request Sample Letter

| March 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

This denial of vacation request sample letter can be used to inform an employee that their requested vacation period is not available. Though companies try their best to accommodate such requests, it is not always viable from a business perspective to grant them. There can be many reasons for denying vacation requests; too many other […]

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Respectful Request for Career Advice Sample Letter

| December 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

This request for career advice sample letter is designed to help you ask a mentor or someone else that you hold in high esteem for career advice. It could be a successful relative, friend of the family, former teacher, or even a former or current employer. It should be someone who knows you well however, […]

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Eloquent Example Letter to Accept an Honor or Award

| August 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

Our example letter to accept an honor or award can be used to eloquently acknowledge your acceptance of such. Receiving an award or special honor is a wonderful experience, and that sentiment should be reflected in an acceptance letter. Generally such a letter will be fairly short; thanking those presenting the award, expressing your appreciation […]

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Persuasive and Professional Teacher of the Year Letter Examples

| August 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

Use one of our teacher of the year letter examples to make sure your favorite educator wins that coveted award. When a teacher goes above and beyond normal expectations of students and colleagues, they are deserving of special recognition. Rather than using a template, it is best to speak from your heart when nominating a […]

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Excellent Example Letter Requesting a Transcript as a Former Student

| August 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

This example letter requesting a transcript as a former student can help you move easily from one school to another. Some employers may also require a copy, so it is important to know how to request an official copy. Your transcript is basically an official listing of the classes you took while attending your former […]

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