I really like talking to people. My mom has told me that I should come a politician. But, I don't know what politicians do. Do politicians get to talk a lot? What is it like to be a politician?
I now realize this is perhaps too general of a question, so perhaps what I want to ask is 1) In the United
I am interested in politics and potentially in majoring in political science in college. I am curious as to what motivates politicians to deal with the sometimes taxing issues that they are faced with on a daily basis.
I am an intern on a political campaign, making calls for about 16 hours a week. In addition to this I participate in other events such as weekend canvassing from time to time. What is a good way to make sure that I make a positive and memorable impact on the political operatives or even politicians
I aspire to become a public official in a community, such as a mayor etc. I want to become more informed about politics, law and how communities work in order to help guide and improve them.
These next four years, I will be working hard to earn my undergraduate degree. However, I want to know some of the best graduate schools that will assist me into becoming a community public official.
I am interested in pursuing a law career path but I don't find myself extremely interested in current events or politics.
Politics is my biggest interest, and in my future, I would love to hold a government job, but I dont know what specific job to look for.
its my favorite and my dream
I am a communication studies major and I am aware on how fast websites like social media and blogs come and go in this time of age. They all have some affect on our lifestyles.
Now that college is becoming so expensive and they are not giving out as much financial aid as they used to.
I hope to be a federal prosecutor and want help before law school.
I'm really interested in the American Civil Liberties Union
I am interested in becoming a lawyer, but not completely sure what type of law I am interested in. What are some prominent types of law and what are the logistics of those areas of the law? Thank you!
Hello, I'm a senior in high school and I am considering majoring in pre-law studies this fall in college. I was wondering what was the wait time between when you graduated law school and began your occupation as a lawyer?
I am interested in the international relations/politics/non-profit work area and I was wondering if that type of career path would allow me to travel as an important part of my job. If not, what career would?
I am planning on majoring in international relations because I have a desire to bring peace between countries. What kinds of jobs are in line with this goal?
Since tenth grade I've wanted to be a diplomat. I know it's not exactly a "common" choice but it's not too easy to find information about becoming a diplomat and I'm very curious.
Hi, I'm a senior in high school and am planing on studying Ancient History and Political Science at TCU. Right now I'm planing on getting a double major in Political Science and Film and getting my PHD in Ancient History. What are some jobs these degrees could provide for me? I'm thinking about gett
I am really interested in politics and the way the government works and might even want to become an official myself, just wanting to know what kind of options I would have in college to make connections with politicians
i want to improve our socity
I am a high school senior and my intended major in college is political science. I know that I want to be a political insider of some sort. I researched lobbying and I can't seem to find much information.
How does one become a lobbyist?
What do they do on a daily basis?
Do they get to travel a lot
I think politics are interesting but I don't know if I should pay attention to them.
Social activism is another career that interests me, I would like to get a preview of what social activists go through on a daily basis
What is the career path to working in politics? Politics seems really broad--working in government, working for companies or nonprofits that work with government--and I am a bit confused by the different options. But if I'm interested in figuring out what's politics is like in general (and I do have
I want to become a psychologist but the work available to me has nothing to do with psychology. Can working at target or safeway while im in college help further my career?
I am interested in being a lawyer and/or a judge and I was wondering if judges are part of a certain political party when appointed to a position?
I'm thinking about this major but I'm not sure it's practical. Many politicians are lawyers, so that seems like that's the degree to get if you want to be in politics. And for academic study it seems like having a degree public policy is better (or law).
IAM a secondary student studying my last year in college and will be looking forward for a scholarship next year
IAM only asking this question because I don't know if IAM making the right choices of taking economics and history as my major subjects at school so when I go to university I will know wh
I learned that legislators are not experts in everything, so lobbyists provide information to legislators when making policy on issues interest groups focus on. But even if this information is provided, how much do legislators take the facts into consideration?
I'm going into my Sophomore year of college and have extensive work in the radio and journalism industry already. My website continues to grow along with my social media following, but the radio numbers have remained rather stagnant. I'm looking for a way to expand my brand in radio since that is my