October 17, 2007
Subject: Letter of Recommendation for Georgette Hahn
To Whom It May Concern,
Please accept this correspondence as my recommendation for Georgette Hahn to be considered
by your company for a job interview as an intern or permanent position. As a UTD student in her
senior year seeking her degree, she is the type of student that any company would be proud to
have working for them.
I have taken this opportunity to visit with Georgette about her career ambitions and life desires.
The position she desires at this point in life is one firmly committed to advancement in the field of
business management. I am aware of the enormous efforts to seek out the programs that she
feels best offer the combination from which she desires to enhance her academic experience
and, therefore, career opportunities.
I had the pleasure to observe Georgette’s dedication as a student to achieve excellence in her
classes. These classes were academically and intellectually demanding with extensive reading
and research and writing requirements. Consistently, she demonstrated a keen sense of
responsibility and dedication to advancing her academic experience. She actively, articulately
and effectively participated in class discussions, using vocabulary and subject knowledge
indicating an educational level exceeding expectation. Georgette repeatedly mastered the
subject matter and course objectives, consistently placing herself at the top of her class. Among
her peers, she stood out in academic performance earning the highest of evaluations on all of her
From a personal perspective, I know that Georgette is an intrinsically motivated, dedicated and
responsible young woman. Her ability to persevere will serve her well in reaching whatever goals
and responsibilities placed upon her. In summation, Georgette is an excellent candidate to
perform for any company because of her outstanding academic and personal characteristics. I
strongly recommend her, without reservations, for acceptance into your company or organization.
Should you have other questions or if I can be of some other assistance, please do not hesitate to
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University of Texas at Dallas