1) What was your most fruitful leadership experience? Which
positive qualities have you developed?
2) What is your most considerable accomplishment?
3) Can you identify the needs of the school and the Student
4) Which strides are you going to take as a member of the Student
- Welcoming student voters and attracting their attention to
your speech with the help of attention getters such as witty quotes,
startling news, a brief description of a suitable life situation;
- Stating the name of the position you are struggling for;
- Making a sentence long preview of your presentation.
- Renaming the position you are striving to occupy and
presenting your vision of duties your office will have to fulfill as a
part of the Student Council;
- Proving your suitability for the position:
• dwelling upon
your previous administrative work, leaderships and major
• enumerating personal qualities, academic
qualifications and managerial competencies, which make you the best
candidate for the position;
• presenting your "political" platform,
which may encompass your objectives, plans and perspective
- Repeating your position statement;
- Referring to your speech opening and rounding your speech up
with a catchy slogan, which contains the essentials of your platform.