I originally thought I'd never be able to come up with LORS (20+ years out of school), but am going to end up with more than I need. I've got two from my current bosses, who couldn't have been more supportive of me going back to school. One from my immediate supervisor and one from the exec who hired me - written from different perspectives. These are relevant for me because I intend to continue working there, go to school P/T and possibly end up in a related field.I have three others lined up (not yet received) from people in my past who don't know me as well these days. How would you order these, assuming you don't know what they say?#1 - former supervisor from late 90s who knew me, and remembers me, well. Would write a positive, personal letter from the heart. No major credentials.#2 - from the same employer but 10 years earlier, someone who mentored me during a 3-year intern program. Said he would write a "short, strong letter." Retired executive, Harvard MBA, etc. He was happy to help, but I imagine it would be tough for him to write anything very personal.#3 - someone I've known for 15 years (still keep in touch with on-and-off) through a local volunteer/hobby organization that I ran for a couple of years. He actually ended up running the club at the national level. Retired admiral, CEO, Harvard MBA, etc. I have no idea if I'll end up seeing what they write, but assuming I don't, which two would you send to schools if needed and in which order?Thanks!
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