What More Should I Add To My Student Council Speech?

I have lots of passion and deeply want this position
Hi I am ———- and I want to be your 2nd Vice President for the 2008-2009 school year. A few months ago I watched some the best student leaders in Maryland go on to be an officer of the Maryland Association of student council. To be completely honest I was jealous. So what did I do? I marched up to my hotel room laid down on my bed and wrote the speech I am reading to you right now.
One of the main elements of Student Council is to have a voice to legislators. I attend our legislation day this year. I was amazed by how much they truly want to hear our voice. Unfortunately Its to my understanding that we visit Annapolis once maybe twice a year. That is not enough. We have amazing ideas lets excel those ideas.
Baltimore County has over 109,000 students. The 400 students in this room represent those 109,000 students. You and I have to listen extremely closly to those kids. After all we represent them.

2 thoughts on “What More Should I Add To My Student Council Speech?”

  1. Sounds Good. Like the previous person said, add experience. Sell them believe-able ideas. Things they need and want. Give a couple hope themes. Leave them wanting more. Also take out the “want to be vice-pres”. You have to believe you can do it. Try I am running to become your 2nd vice president. Take out the jealous part. Try, “I am very proud our previous student council members have achieved status as a member of the Maryland Association student council board”. ” After hearing about the success of my later members, it motivated me to prepare the speech I am giving you today”.
    Just a shot.

  2. You could add some of the experience you had, your plans for the future, and reassurence you can do your job.
    I don’t know if it will help, but also state your political party

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