I want to do when I finish school. My mother always told me that I would be a babysitter, because I like to take care of kids. On the other hand, I thought that I wanted to be a teacher However, being a student for twelve long years I noticed how children behaved in school. In my mind, I knew that wasn’t the future job for me. When I was in the third grade, my grandmother had a stroke. Since she had gotten sick, I had to take care of her .This is what persuaded me to become a Registered Nurse.
For me, the Student Government Association is not just a student organization. I believe that it is a place for enthusiastic students to share their thoughts and give input on the major aspects of USD. While our school is already amazing, there are still things that can improve. Because of my motivation and desire to make USD the best, I want to serve on SGA. SGA would provide me with the tools to help express not only my views, but also my peers as well.
As students, our experiences, ideas and leadership have significantly shaped Heritage into the University it is today. As SGA president, I will enhance this foundation that those before us have worked so tirelessly to create as well as empower our student body to meaningfully contribute in building an even better student experience , promoting new ideas and developing leadership for those to
My promise When you elect me as the district 23 state senator you will be enabling us as a district to make an important progress because I will ensure that the national government hears your voice. By doing so you are guaranteed that you will also remain in the loop.
I have been attending Anthem Prep for five consecutive years and I am applying the role of Freshman Class Representative. To make it more interesting for our students to get involved, Anthem Prep has been making changes to its student life and topics relating to it. Though our school has made significant progress, I believe the upcoming student government will improve our student body and their lives on campus.
Since, arriving at Rowan University I became at-home with Rowan’s diversity and efforts to make an impact on not only its students, but the local residents living in Glassboro too. Early in the Fall semester, I tried-out for the school’s Rugby and Ultimate Frisbee athletic teams, and ran for the Student Government position of Freshmen class Senator. I was trying to find my niche at Rowan and I found it when I joined the Pre-Med, Medlife and Pre-health society clubs. In addition, I ran for another student government position, Senator At-Large. I was elected into student government on November 7th and since then, I have felt like an active member in Rowan’s community. I first learned that Residential Learning and University Housing was looking for students to fill new Residential Assistants positions in a Senate meeting. Additionally, I’m very keen in becoming a Residential Assistant.
If I am chosen to represent West campus as an ASB member...I would always try to come up with ways to enhance spirit for the school, promoting pep rallies, games, and always showing others what is to be a class representative for the school. We could make weekly flyers of the Motivational quote of the week. I believe that the quote ”trying to make a school a better place" is so cliche, but the one that I really believe to make happen for others is we should make it better by being ourselves and making it a unique school that promotes to be our own person for the best future.
Leading the Global Awareness Club during this time, our topics focused heavily on the election. An avid social activist at heart; I was keenly aware of the political process impact on society, but was more prone to all things international. While I nurtured a passion for politics, especially for our club discussion; the possibility of venturing into the field was fantastical. Why? Representation and examples. There is a homogenous demographic in Congress, so why risk a career to venture into a field that was notorious for glass ceilings and covert
Associated Students provides a direct outlet to change the lives of the students and faculty here at UCSB, with creating lasting impacts on the decisions made. Focusing my energy towards a positive impact. Using my peers thought and concern to help usher in the future of UCSB and the community around it. This also gives me the opportunity to view how each branch of government interacts with each other directly as it occurs. Along with that it will give me an the chance to meet like minded individuals to are as driven and hard working to make a lasting impact on the school.
When i was younger my parents always teached me to help others when they need it , and the one thing that i'm good at is speaking two languages , and with that i can help others communicate with one another . And i'm also thankful to my parents for giving me the opportunity to learn as i was developing instead of leaning as a teen because it would've been harder and a longer process.
I would be honored to take the position of being student council president. There are qualities a president of student council should possess that I believe I have.
The Faculty Senate meeting provided examples of several matrix elements, including “agenda/direction” and “partnership”. In addition, the structure of the university collegium at BGSU is under consideration for change. Discussions of each of these concepts will be preceded by an overview of the portion of the meeting pertinent to it.
Besides the sessions, there are ceremonies and events that senators attend. Young says that as a senator you can make change and you need to find what is best for the community. I’m still interested in the career of politics; I’m glad I took this opportunity. I’d love to be a representative of a community and have the ability to make great changes. I plan to major in political science to learn more about
First and foremost, thank you for being here in support of the student government association. I want to thank our amazing dean Edina for encouraging me to run for vice president of SGA. Many people have asked me why I am running for vice president. Would you ask a fifth grader if he is going to go to the 6th grade? No right because they have to keep going to the next level. Ever since I came to the University of Bridgeport, I constantly looked for ways to become more involved and to keep having an impact in the university. Every year, here at the University of Bridgeport I am involved in something new. Whether it's being an OL, President of a Club or even starting a chapter/club which is known as the food recovery network, with the help of my peers. The food recovery network have recovered more than 300 pounds of food that would otherwise have been thrown out.
First off I want to say that I am very happy to see all of you here. I am going to use this time to announce my candidacy for Senate. After much deliberation I have decided to leave the House of Representatives after my three terms and run for a position in the United States Senate. I believe that I am the right candidate for this position for several reasons. First of all, I was in the House for six years, because of this I understand how the institution is run from the inside, and I understand the problems of the Senate. I believe that this is a very important aspect when running for the Senate. Second I realize that Congress has some fundamental problems, that come from individual goals as well as institutional goals, and I want to take