I finished my student teaching last semester and I am now ready to begin applying at districts in my area. Almost every district asks for 3 letters of recommendation to be submitted with the application. I have never had to deal with these letters before, and I'm not quite sure who I should get them from. My cooperating teacher and I didn't get along well, so I'm getting one from my student teaching supervisor. Another, I am getting from one of my professors who knows the quality of my work and work ethic. I wanted to add a professional letter of recommendation to complete the trio, but I learned that my old job at a bank does not allow supervisors to give professional recommendations. This is the only "real" job I've ever had and I wouldn't even begin to know how to contact the supervisors for my old part time jobs. I need one more letter of recommendation, but I'm not sure who it should come from. As I see it, my options are: 1. Get another professor to write it since they are the only ones who have an idea of my work, but it makes it appear that I have no professional history. 2. Have a friend or past coworker attest to my work ethic, but anyone can do this so I believe it would mean nothing. 3. Fake one. This is just a joke. I really don't know what a third option might be. Does anyone with a history of making hiring decisions (or anyone who has a history of being hired) have any advice for me? Thanks!