Students receive results from ASB interviews

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Students receive results from ASB interviews

ASB posted the interview results on the window just next to the door of room A-8.

ASB posted the interview results on the window just next to the door of room A-8.

Zaina Abdelrahman

ASB posted the interview results on the window just next to the door of room A-8.

Zaina Abdelrahman

Zaina Abdelrahman

ASB posted the interview results on the window just next to the door of room A-8.

Zaina Abdelrahman, Staff Writer

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Students who applied to ASB knew that there were a select amount of positions open, but the news of not getting accepted was still tough.

Many of these students, however, view the rejection as a chance to better themselves rather than as a failure.

Zach Burgos, a sophomore, said, “When I found out I didn’t get into ASB, I was upset but not extremely because I tried my hardest and did my best to show who I truly was. My personality just wasn’t exactly what ASB was looking for and that’s totally fine but I will, of course, try to improve myself for next year.”

Others who did get into ASB are thrilled to be able to take part in a class that was founded on the thought of helping Carlmont to become a better place.

Valerie Wang, a sophomore, said, “When I got into ASB, I was super excited and kind of relieved because all of the anxiousness that I felt after the interview was finally gone.”

Those who got into ASB are looking forward to a positive future that will teach them many useful skills.

Freshman Dina Bakour said, “Next year, I plan on bringing my new ideas as well as any ideas from friends or any other students and try to make them happen to better student life.”

These new ideas are already taking place among the student body.

Wang said, “Since I am a part of the media commission, I’m hoping to include people outside of ASB in the videos that target the whole school. Hopefully, it will also make school events more relatable to people that aren’t normally involved and raise overall participation.”

However, ASB is not the only leadership opportunity for Carlmont students. Many students who did not get into ASB are looking at other opportunities that will help improve Carlmont’s campus.

Burgos said, “Concerning next year’s student life outside of ASB, I am going to try and become more involved in school activities. I will try to participate in activities such as the Carlmont Cup and attend more school activities like football games.”

Although interviewing was a stressful process, many found that the event ran smoothly and within the expected timeframe.

“Overall, I thought the interview process was very efficient and had just the right amount of formality to be able to effectively pick the right people for ASB,” said Burgos.

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