What should I put on my NHS application?

What should I put on my NHS application?

Work hard on your application. Include all the experience you have related to NHS’s core values: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Include things like work on school clubs, experience with sports, volunteer work, after school jobs, and any awards or achievements.

Who should write your letters of recommendation?

Who Should I Ask to Write My College Recommendation Letters?Core academic teachers you have had your junior and senior years of high school.Academic teachers you have had for four years (band, foreign language, art, etc.)Elective teachers you have had for four years (student government, newspaper, physical education, etc.)Coaches who have known you for four years or less.

What should a professional reference say?

DoBe honest about what you are and are not willing to say to the recruiter.Ask the candidate to refresh your memory about his top accomplishments and contributions if you haven’t worked together in awhile.Convey enthusiasm about your colleague and her ability to do the job well.

What questions are asked for a character reference?

Character Reference ChecksHow long have you known the applicant?What can you tell me about the applicant’s reason for changing jobs?If provided the opportunity, would you hire the applicant? What can you tell me about the applicant’s personality?What can you tell me about the applicant’s work ethic?