I wish to tender my interest to secure admission in military college. I had a primary interest of being a soldier, and this has been a natural conviction which emanates from a very remote encounter to this discipline. I discovered quite early in life when I was a teenager at sixteen years that I am a peace maker who is naturally very inquisitive, argumentative and critical and my father testified to this when he said that I took after my uncle who was a soldier. I could then critique the behavior of those in the fraternity of the so-called the military officials. This troubled me immensely and I concluded that I should be a man of the military. The principal in my high discovered some unique characters in me which he had not spotted in any student and eventually, he made me the head prefect of the school, a position I earned due to my undisputed prowess in oratory. I routinely received awards for my exceptional scouting grades, and first aid subjects that are core elements and prerequisite in the course of military man or a soldier in that case. This was coupled with intense researches in which I undertook on various military colleges world over after the successful completion of my high school diploma.
The quality time spent negotiating with my uncle and his friends on a myriad of subjects of armed forces greatly improved my focus in which I am proud of despite the truth that mine was from a layman’s point of view. However this made me learn immensely. I admit my content was initially jumbled, even vague in matters of topic. The topic, I learnt changes from debate to debate. Our topics of debate ranged from current issues of public importance to general military philosophies or ideas. Most often I took the affirmative or the negative depending on which side my uncle decided to negotiate in favor of, but oft times I liked to take the moral side.
I graduated in 2007 from high school and I did not go to the University immediately because I wanted to gain some volunteering experience so as to increase my chances of getting into a military College. There are many things that inspired me to join a military college. I believe that I am a soldier without opportunity and a peace keeper by birth, a care giver to the needy and a possessor of the qualities of an ideal team leader who is ready to be lead, a gifted speaker who is ready to be listened to and also of obedient personality. I believe that the Royal Military College’s department of psychology has an abundant overflowing knowledge in which I would like to save some to help me be an ideal defender of my country.
I beg to reiterate to you that after my painstaking perusal on military colleges, I found myself inclined and settled at Royal Military College. I acknowledge the fact that there are multiples military colleges’ world over but the reason why I settled at the Royal Military College is because of its unmatched worldwide competence reputation. Royal Military College commands a worldwide reputation, the sentiments that are coupled by the fact that it is based and founded on a peace making Nation and that is Canada. In receiving training in your college, I will get opportunities of traveling around the world, therefore knowing the “who is who’s” of this world, I will be honoured to interact and intermingle with people and be able to learn different cultures and customs and also experience the global climatic changes. The Royal Military has more added advantages over other militaries the same advantages which have spiced my passion towards the military career.
As an operator in combat information, at Royal Military College, one can use computer skills and it also, offers electricity course which will be an exclusive advantage to me. I always imagine myself arousing for work, walking down the dockyard greeting by the calls of seagulls, smelling the crisp of the sea air and the beautiful sounds of the crashing waves on shore rocks. I see myself boarding a naval ship to spend my entire day with tight-knits and groups of my co-workers and travelling around the world for the sake of peace bringing and keeping. I am an exceptionally hard worker who likes encountering various challenges. I am ready to give birth to my leadership skills since I understand that to Royal Military College, I am only, but a raw material waiting to be processed into a fine product. As a team leader, I know that I am a leader in the making with exceptional leadership qualities I am starter, and a self finisher. I would like to be part of the top cream that has been produced by The Royal Military College. Powerful leaders of high calibers, soldiers of unmatched oratory prowess and peace keepers of world reputation acclaim have all been the tip of the ice berg products of your college and that is where I believe to rightfully belong. With my voluntary job experiences, and multiple activities I have been involved in like supervisory posts, I believe that I am at the right place, career and above all the right college which I have been dreaming of since my teenage.
My humble request of seeking an admission in your reputable college is to enhance my potential military moral skills .To me this has proven to be a call to serve in exercising justice since I have successfully volunteered several non-governmental organizations whereby I have ran several errands and this has gained me enough experience to start with as a military student.
Allow me to say this with all due modesty and with sufficient knowledge that I am a true epitome of the military student you are looking for. This is because of my open-mindedness, analytical and life saving skills, team as well as individualistic spirit, intelligence and work experience. All this coupled with my outstanding communication skills and the various sides that I took in military negotiations with my uncle have greatly sharpened my leadership skills and skills of association, as well as helped me expand team spirit - a requirement in life. I look up to the ambition of studying military knowledge at your college because I am certain that I can make something out of the course, especially with regard to championing the cause of the less privileged woman and child who is dying out there due to lack of peace.