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Letter of Reference

Letter of Reference

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Garza
Independence
HighSchool
Hello.
Very
soon, as
of
this writing,
a
remarkable
young lady
named
Leslie Hill will be
graduating from
Gonzalo Garza
Independence
High School,
where
I am
employed
as a
teacher
assistant.
r
writethis
letter
because you
may,
as
you
read
it
now,
have
the
opportunity to
hire her,
or to admit
her
to your
institution
of
higher
learning,
or
to bringher
onboard
as a
member
of
a
project
or
program,
or
something
else
of
the
sort;
it
is, in
this context,
my
unmistakable
privilege
to recommend
her
emphatically to
you.
r
call Ms. Hill
remarkable
because she is
just
that,
in a
number
of
ways. She is
intelligent,
and
keenly
perceptive
of
the
people
around
her. She is resourceful. She is
frank.
She is
considerate
of
others,
intensely
passionate
about
ideas and
art,
and open
to
and
genuinely
excited
by
learning.
She is
variously
and
deeply talented
-
as
a
writer
and
photographer, most
assuredly, and
further,
as I
understand
it,
as
a
dramatic performer
(I
haven'tyet
gotten
to
see
her
onstage,
but
very
much look
forward to
doing so in
the near
future).
Just as
importantly,
she is
driven
by love
to
share
hertalentswith
humani,ty. Sheis a
voracious
and
joyful
reader, which is a
particularly heartening
trait
to
find in a
young
person, and one
that
has
contributed,
I expect,
to
her distinct ability tocreate
open,honest,
striking poetry
and prose. She is, as a person and as an
artist/communicator,
irrepreSSible, and
r
think
she is
just
now
reaching a
very
exciting
point
in
her
life, in
that
she
may
be beginning,
truly, to
glimpse her potential
-which is
immense
and
limitless.She has a specific, unique, and
enormouspower to
do good in
this world,
and
I
think
she's
discovering
that.
This is evidenced
clearly
by
her
work
withthe
Changing Lives Youth
Theatre
Ensemble, a
not-for-profitgroup
in
which
students
script,
create, and
perform forother
studentsposit
i
ve theatrical
pieces
that
contain
themes,
messages and seeds
for
discussion related
to
issues
with
which
young
people
contend. Throughthisprogram,
she
writes,
she has experienced
meaningful
personal
growth,
developed deep and
supportive
friendships,
and
"found
out that
I love people. I
thought
I
just
liked
them,but homo
sapiens are
freaking
awesome."
Recently, she was selected as one
of
five
students
who
.will
represent
the
Ensemble
at
a national conference in San Francisco. She was ecstatic,and I
couldn't
be
happier
for
her. Like
many
people,
Ms.
Hill has seen
adversity.
It
is
adversity
that
I
cannot
imagine. And
yet,
she is
strong, bright, brilliant,
and kind. She is
Brian
Villalobos
brian.
FadHtator
Assistant1600
Chicon
St. 
512-414-8638
Austin
,TX. 78702.

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