The Importance Of The Sixth Form President

Submitted By Brian-Musekiwa
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Brian Musekiwa
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Luton, Bedfordshire, LU2 8BQ
November 26, 2014
Barnfield South Academy
Rotheram Ave,
Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 5PP

To whom it may concern,

I am writing this letter to tell you why I am should be considered to become the Sixth Form president.

I believe I am suitable for this role because I have a variety of vital skills such as determination, integrity, discipline, honesty, for example. These are a few of numerous skills I believe that I possess. These skills enable me to speak to other students at a confident level, whereas I have found that many others may not to be able to do so. A fair share of students come to me for advice, with a wide range of issues from personal to academic issues and as a fellow pupil I am able to help by listening and problem-solving. As I am a student this allows me to have a friendly, yet firm, rapport with other students. My positive attitude and my easy going personality makes me an easily approachable individual and a very strong voice within the sixth form, which I consider to be vital factors of the ideal president.

Over the summer I attended a program established by the Government called the National Citizen Service (NCS). In this program, I was selected to be a project manager and I believe that the role gave me a further sense of what leadership is. I strongly believe I have confidence and that this sense of leadership I have developed will be valuable to me as the Sixth Form president as well as a number of skills. I have not just learnt these skills, but I have also…