Letter of Intent
for the Vice President of the MSU
Why do I want to be Vice President of Administrative Affairs?
I’ve always dreamt of politics. I’m a person with ideas and a strong drive to see them through Furthermore, as time advanced
and I was studying here, I started to get involved within the student Congress, be it by running for Coordinator of External
Affairs in the Fall, or helping out the Charities and Volunteering as well as the Cultural Affairs committees at any time I
could (the Coordinators of both committees, respectively Meghan Couture and Yiwen Chen, can attest to this). Moreover, the
Vice President of Administrative Affairs’ job involves dealing with clubs in an important measure. I myself belong to a dozen
different clubs, and understand their inner workings. Because of my deep involvement within clubs, and my passion to see
them do what they do best, I simply know that I can help them moving forward, and assist them in their different problems.
Why do YOU want me to be Vice President Administrative Affairs?
Besides my motivations mentioned above, I also have skills and affinities that will help not only the Vice President position,
but the whole of the MSU Congress as well. Firstly, I am able to converse in four languages: English, French, Arabic and
Mandarin Chinese, of which the first three I am fluent in, and thus, aids me in communicating with students from many
other countries and ethnic backgrounds, which is perfect to be able to represent a culturally diverse MSU. Secondly, I have
the necessary understanding of club operations, as I am being officiated as President of the eSports Club and am very
involved in MariMUN, two very large clubs with an important standing within the student body. I also understand that many
smaller clubs with a lot of ambition simply do not have the necessary resources to do so, and I intend on resolving this issue
as much as I can should I be elected, because wasted potential is one of the most saddening things to observe. All should be
able to follow their passions, and create a club of like-minded people to do the same.
In conclusion, I feel that with the skills, experience and knowledge I bring to the table I would be a great asset to the
Marianopolis Student Union Congress and I welcome the opportunity to prove this.