I am a 23 year-old student who is currently attending the Fort Steilacoom campus of Pierce College. My goal is to complete my Associate in Arts - Direct Transfer Agreement degree in Social Sciences at Pierce College before I attend the University of Washington in Seattle, WA. My desired outcome from my time at the University of Washington is a bachelor's degree in their Law, Societies, and Justice program with two minors, one in philosophy and another in the field of sociology. After that I hope to attend law school and my dream colleges are the Duke and Harvard schools of law. My hopes for a career are in government. Either as a Judge or Justice or as a congressman. In my time at Pierce College I have accrued 45, almost 60, credits and still hold a 4.0 GPA. My aim is to gain the leverage to get scholarships and avoid any crippling student debt. I am now running for student government and seem likely for a position as Student-Body President or Vice-President. I thank you for your time and consideration.
Most of my life I played ice-hockey. I think this is worth mentioning because the sport, the commitments I made to, and the experiences it gave me have shaped me into the person I am today. Hockey taught me to have an unwavering work ethic and to have enough determination to keep pushing when others give up. The sport taught me how to deal with things I cannot control and how to intersect tension before it becomes conflict. It is where I learned to lead by example and to submit my desires to the will of a team. After all, how can you win in a team sport if you can't work as a teammate, alongside your brothers? I was taught how to pull teams together and monitor a complex environment. This mentality carried me to a U-18 state championship in 2010 and the league final round of the playoffs in a collegiate preparatory hockey league for men under the age of 21.
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