Question one: What is your major, year in school? What do you want to do when you graduate (or grow up, whichever comes first)?
Question two: What qualifies you (experience) and what characteristics would you bring to the senate that will make you a vital part of the student senate?
Question three: What do you see as the most important aspect of the position you are applying for?
1. I am a junior finance major with biology and psychology minors. I plan to enter law school in the fall of 2003 to pursue criminal law. I hope to eventually work with the Southern Poverty Law Center or other similar human rights organization in the future.
2. I have gained valuable skills through my experience in both work and volunteer activities. As a business owner, I learned the importance of organization, reliability and ethics. My community experience includes co-founding a nonprofit women’s center, working with the Human Rights Campaign and volunteering with several human rights organizations and election campaigns.
3. I believe my responsibility as a student senator is to be reliable and committed to working hard in the best interest of the PSU student body.