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Krista Reeves:
To Whom It May Concern, I am pleased to recommend Michael Cockrell  for the position of auto technician.  Michael has been a student in my class during the past year, so I have learned a great deal about him and his abilities, and I know he will do well if given the opportunity to put his education to use. Michael’s determination to succeed has helped him to do well in my class. He consistently gets good marks on his homework and tests, and he participates in class regularly.  He thrives during group work, but can also work well alone. During the past year that I have known him, Michael  has worked  greatly to improve his own confidence in his abilities.  Due to his knowledge and great aptitude for learning, Michael would be an excellent candidate for this position. He will make a great worker, and I have no doubts that his abilities and determination will continue to grow. Sincerely, Krista Reeves Biology Teacher Montgomery County High School  

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Sheena Bromagen:
To Whom It May Concern, I am privileged to write in support of my student, Michael Cockrell. Michael has been a devoted English student of mine for close to a year, during which time I witnessed tremendous growth and development. This development came not only in the achievement and leadership in the subject area of English, but also in maturity and character as well. Michael has learned to work in group situations as well as independently under strict deadlines, and to recognize the importance of a strong work ethic, communications skills, persistence, and intellectual integrity. I recommend Michael
for any programs that will enhance his knowledge for his desired career in mechanics. I believe Michael has the drive and passion for this career and will continue to learn and grow nd become an asset in this field. Thank you for the opportunity of correspondence. Sincerely, Sheena Bromagen Sheena Bromagen English Teacher Montgomery County High School.
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