« on: September 06, 2005, 03:06:41 PM »
I currently have the following letters on file from the last admissions cycle:
1) letter from my graduate student instructor/TA, who knows me and my academic work very well;
2) letter from a well known/respected professor, whom I've met with once or twice but does not know me as well, but wrote my letter with the help of my graduate student instructor/TA who does know me well.
I had a FT summer internship in the Capitol (Sacramento) and my supervisor is willing to write me a letter of recommendation. Since I'm reapplying this cycle, I'm thinking of swapping one of my current LOR's for this new one. However, I just graduated and I'm not sure if I should stick with my academic LOR's or opt for one from a work supervisor. Any thoughts?