Submit your recommendation [segment] Reference Letter Please submit this form as a reference for an applicant to one of PrimatesPeru/FPI's programs Applicant's Name* First Last Evaluator, please complete the information requested on this form. We attache considerable weight to an evaluator’s assessment of an applicant. Therefore, please provide your candid assessment of the applicant’s preparation, motivation, and capacity for fieldwork and potential for being successful in our program. Your assessment will be held completely confidential, as the applicant has waived right of access to this recommendation. Note: An evaluator will be contacted only if more information or clarification of evaluation is needed.Evaluator's Name* First Last Position/Title*Institution/Organization*Department*Phone*Email* How long have you known the applicant (Please provide an answer in years and months)*In what capacity do you know the applicant?*InstructorEmployer/SupervisorMentorColleague/Co-workerOtherIf you chose Other, please explain*Character and Personality: Select all that apply. He/she:* is adult in their bearing and conduct is generally on time to appointments has the occasional slip up in punctuality turns in project reports/class work/assignments on time or before the deadline manages a project/assignment with no supervision manages an assignment with some supervision surprises you with the level of output (quantity or quality) they produce makes independent decisions that are not predictable, but usually sound can be trusted, in an emergency, to complete a task without customary guidance would rather check with you before proceeding with an assignment/work/project in unusual circumstances in your absence has carried the show can effectively present their work/project/assignment to lay persons can be trusted to effectively present YOUR work/project/assignment to lay persons can interact effectively with individuals much younger or older than themselves despite differences in experience and background None of the above (Please explain later) Leadership/Teamwork. Select all that apply. He/she:* joined your class/group/organization in a leadership role befitting their experience joined your class/group/organization in a junior capacity joined your class/group/organization in a junior capacity but has since received increased responsibilities/a promotion manages other individuals is respected, or admired, by individuals junior to them can lead a group effectively to produce high quality results can lead a group effectively such that the individuals in their team have grown/gained even if their results have not has had experience teaching other individuals effectively transfers knowledge they gained from you/supervisor to others more junior to them is happy and productive in a group is effective when working alone None of the above (Please explain later) Working Under Pressure. Select all that apply. He/she:* has been in no stressful situations that you have witnessed has had stressful experiences that you have witnessed during the time that you have known the applicant when under stress, gets the job done when under stress, does better than they would otherwise when under stress, can delegate to others to get a job done when under stress, can take on multiple roles to get the job done when under stress, prefers to work alone when under stress, prefers to change the situation to remove the stressor can multitask if needed can perform well under stress with sufficient preparation and practice tends to perform effectively under stress but does not enjoy it does not perform best under stress, but is valuable for all the other times! Intellectual Capacity. Select all that apply. He/she:* knows how to study to retain information retains information that is necessary can research new fields and learn about new ideas without much previous experience analyzes datasets for you or for their own work manages several data streams at once can troubleshoot an equipment malfunction is inventive, coming up with new ideas and concepts that you yourself might not have considered is methodical, gathering proof before the sharing of a new idea enjoys the process of learning retains concepts even if all the facts slip away retains facts and their conceptual frameworks can talk about numbers without discomfort prefers qualitative judgements over quantitative analyses None of the above (Please explain later) Stepping out of a Comfort Zone. Select all that apply. He/she:* cannot be judged by me in this regard because I have never seen them out of their comfort zone has lived away from home coped with extended times without communication with family took their time fitting into their new surroundings spoke of home/previous situation often was not anxious and made the best of it None of the above (Please explain later) Describe the applicantHow did you first meet the applicant? In what capacity have you known them?*What are the applicant's principal areas of strength?*What are the applicant's principal areas of weakness?*What is your overall evaluation of the applicant's ability for fieldwork and potential for being successful in the Field Projects International program?*Some gifted individuals demonstrate comparatively low achievement in scholastic records. In your opinion, is the applicant's scholastic record, as you know it, an accurate index of his of her scholastic ability?*YesNoDon't knowIf you chose No, please explain briefly*In summary:*Recommend enthusiasticallyRecommend with confidenceRecommendRecommend with reservationsNot recommendedPlease print your name below. This will serve as your signature* Today's Date* Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY Enter the characters below so we know you are not a robot!