In front of me is The Ateneo Human Rights Center application form. It has been there for the past hour and I have yet to fill some of the most important parts. I initially planned on submitting this form today. However, I just can't seem to find the right words to say.
For starters, it's a pretty short form with only six parts: personal information, academic standing, educational background (and work experience), talents and skills, health (HAHA it includes a space for phobias! :)) I hope they won't reject me because of my terrestrial animals phobia), and essay. I find the essay part a tad hard. But not because I don't know what to say. The problem, actually, is that I don't know how to write my answer for each question in only three lines.
You see, I really want to be part of the Human Rights Center.I guess I just want my application form to reflect my genuine desire to be of service. And because I'm not exactly known for being concise, thinking of how I can best express myself and my advocacies in such a limited space may take me over an hour. Pray for me. I want this badly :)