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CHF PAC Interviews

On Wednesday, January 13  the Principal’s Action Council (PAC), one of the lead organizations in our school, will be looking for new leaders willing to step up

The Principal’s Action Council is a student-led organization with a mission of improving the school environment by addressing the overlooked needs of students.

Participants will be identified through an application and interview process, the final stage of the PAC acceptance process, the membership interviews.

On Wednesday, January 13 during the 1st or 2nd Jaguar Hour applicants will be scheduled for a brief 10-minute interview with current members of the PAC. This process will help them to get to know who is applying, and how they plan on being an asset to the program.

Part of the interview process is the execution of an introductory “Elevator speech”, where applicants speak to the panel about themselves in thirty seconds or less.

The president, Emerson Tiwang sent an email out to those who took the time to apply

“Interviews will be taking place this Wednesday during the 1st and 2nd Jaguar Hours. My advice to you is to relax and be prepared. The purpose of this interview is just to get a better sense of who you are. There are no trick questions. With that being said, we ask that you arrive at least 5 minutes ahead of time. I look forward to meeting and considering you to become a member of the P.A.C!”

For more information on preparing your Elevator speech, go to this link. Please plan on accessing the link five minutes before your appointed time, when you will be placed in the waiting room before being sent to your break out room with the PAC interview team.

The 15-Minute Method to Writing an Unforgettable Elevator Speech


Be on the lookout for the interview schedule and the Google Calendar invite or check your pgcps email for the message sent Monday, January 11.

“Congratulations, once again, for reaching this phase of the process. I am proud of you for embracing this opportunity to lead.” Principal Dr. Brown said in an email.