Become a United States Senator

Scholarship Entrant: Zach from Topeka, Kansas
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Zach: 1

If I could earn a living doing what I love most I would become a United States Senator. Why is this my goal? The answer is simple, people deserve better and I know that I can make a difference to improve Kansas communities. I have so much passion and drive, that failure is not an option. From a young age, I have always been interested in the service of others. To become a senator there are many skills one needs. A candidate must be a great public speaker and carry an empathetic, humble, and honest personality. In order to achieve my goal, I will need to continue being out in the public eye, talking to my fellow citizens and understanding their needs and concerns. Depending on a person’s age there can be a variety of concerns and questions, so it takes a special person to help all of those people. This is why I believe that I possess the necessary skills to serve my state except for a strong political background. This is an area where I will need to gain from experience and growth in my community. Moving forward with my political aspirations, I feel it would be beneficial for me to serve first on a local council or obtain a position as city manager and/or Governor’s position. This would better acquaint myself with the political processes and offer me a chance to show my state that I am here to serve them.

Vote for Zach: 1

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