I have a new job/resume question. I am graduating soon from an accredited school of nursing with my BSN in Puerto Rico. I have taken and passed my NCLEX and will be applying for jobs in the states. My question is about letters of recommendation. Though my instructors speak English, their primary language is Spanish and that will be apparent in any letter that they may write me. I am afraid that a hiring manager may not recognize this and just think that perhaps they are uneducated by the way the letters are written. Especially the clinical instructors. So here is my question:
1. Ask my professors to write the letter in English and hope for the best.
2. Ask my professors to write the letter in Spanish and hope for the best.
3. Have the professor write the letter in Spanish and either myself, or someone else translate them into English and include both copies.
Any thoughts or other ideas would be appreciated.