Deadline: Postmarked by
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
TO THE STUDENT APPLICANT
For the Personal Recommendation, you should choose an adult who has insight into your personal character as well as your family
history. A good option may be a counselor, coach, pastor, employer, teacher who knows you particularly well, etc. A family
member, significant other, College Success Foundation employee or peer is not acceptable for a personal
First, fill in the spaces below with your name, city and state. Then, give this form to the individual who agrees to provide you with a
Personal Recommendation. S/He will mail the evaluation to the College Success Foundation.
Applicant First Name
Applicant Last Name
TO THE PERSONAL RECOMMENDER
The student named above is applying to the College Success Foundation for a college scholarship. The scholarship amounts are up
to $5,000 annually for a maximum of four years per student.
We are asking for your input about the applicant in two ways:
A) Rate the applicant in respect to eight specific traits by filling out the grid on the second page;
B) Write a Letter of Recommendation. For your letter please write about an opportunity you had to witness the
applicant work to achieve a long-term goal. What positive traits did you observe in the applicant that you believe
will help her/him to be successful in college? Please type or word process your response on a separate page or
pages. Include your signature at the end of your comments.
PLEASE MAIL BOTH PAGES AND YOUR LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION TO:
College Success Foundation
Attn: Leadership 1000
1605 NW Sammamish Rd, Suite 200
Issaquah, WA 98027
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE! WE APPRECIATE YOUR TIME AND THOUGHTFUL ANSWERS!
Recommender First Name
Recommender Last Name
Place of Employment:
I have known the applicant for a total of
In what capacity have you known the applicant?
My signature on this form certifies that all statements contained in the attached statement are accurate and complete to the best of
my knowledge, and that I am not a family member, significant other, classmate, or a peer of the applicant.