Senate Office Application Manager Account

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  1. 34KING18

    34KING18 Member

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    Hey guys. Quick question. I'm a junior in high school and I'm starting my nomination process. I'm in Connecticut and I don't know if this varies with every state or not. I signed up on one Senators page for a Senate Office Application Manager Account. When I went onto the next senator's page, the application came up to the same page and i was able to log in. My question is, do I have to make a new account on this Senate Office Application Manager or will I be able to send me information to both of the senators with just one account?

    P.S) With all of the recommendation letters that are needed, how do you get so many recommendation letters. I have a couple people in mind for letters but I don't want to ask them 15 times for letters of recommendations to different things. Do you just ask them nicely to save it and when you need another one, to just change the names?
     
  2. Wishful

    Wishful Parent

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    My DD asked her teachers for recommendation letters. She sent them to our 2 US Senators & our Congressman, so only 3 were necessary. The teachers, as far as I know, sent the same letters but changed who they were adressed to. Dont sweat this; the people who are writing them will not mind. I would not recommend that you change anything on them.
     
  3. mom3boys

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    My son applied to both senators and his congressman. He printed off the requirements for each and spread them on the table so we could chart where the overlap was. He then selected who he would ask for recommendations. He called to ask the people if they would write one. When they said yes, he said that he's send an email with the information. The email then listed proper salutation (so they didn't have to look it up), inside address, etc. He also included a list of his HS accomplishments. He instructed them to place in a sealed envelope. DS picked these up and then sent them with the other required info to the MOCs. Doing it this way, he created less work for the people he was asking a favor of. People who know you well are generally very happy to do this for you...just do your part to make it as easy on them as possible.
     

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