Here is the 3rd teen career in my series. This one was a little harder to come up with the chance cards, but they are complete!
There is no set uniform for this career
Here are the levels:
1. Class Representative M, Th 4-7PM Mini Van -10
Youíre beginning to get noticed by the student body, your class in particular. You have numerous students approaching you with a wide range of problems. From thing you can help with such as class socials, fundraisers, and dance themes. And things you canít, such as friendship and relationship issues and how to pass the next exam. You serve on a committee led by a committee head and all committees are managed by the president.
2. Committee Head M, W, Th 4-7PM Mini Van 2 charisma, 1 friend -5
You have some great ideas and would love to start voicing your opinion more at meetings. You lead a group of somewhat helpful committee members that usually just answer yes or no. The only person you really need to answer to in club matters is the president.
3. Class President M, W, Th 4-7PM Mini Van 3 charisma, 2 friends, 1 logic 0
You are the one that students turn to in times of advice, crisis, and even venting. You help pump up the students at pep rallies and keep the peace among the student body. You manage all aspects of the student senate and keep watch over the committee heads. The faculty almost treats you like one of them, and offers you the use of their lunch room if you need to microwave or toaster.
Here are the chance cards:
I have the male ones shown, but the female chance cards are edited appropriately
The rewards shall remain a surprise
$Me is excited for the weekend. One of the cheerleaders is having a huge party while her parents are out of town for the weekend. She has offered an invitation to $Me only because he sits next to her in Economics and they small talk once in a while. The Homecoming committee head makes an announcement at lunch to the Senate members. Their committee is behind on decorations for the dance and needs some extra hands to help. $Me would like to help his fellow senate members with their issue, but he also doesn't want to miss out on one of the biggest social events of the year! Should he make up an excuse why he can't help and go to the party? Or should he just suck it up and help and hope he gets a chance to swing by the party.
$Me is enjoying lunch at his usual table with the usual clique until the President motions for him to come over. $Me drops his tray off at the tray return and joins the Class President on the bench by the Sport Trophies cabinet. "We would really like to do something special for the Winter Dance this year, but we are getting low on our funds" they explain. "We really need an emergency fundraiser this week so we can buy the supplies this weekend!" They seem a little on edge and a week's notice for a fundraiser is not enough for anything extravagant. Should $Me try and come up with a fundraiser for this week, or ask the President to wait and do a bigger fundraiser this weekend?
$Me and some other Student Senate members have been attending the city council meetings once a month to listen in on the debates. The election for city mayor is coming up. The current mayor has ran his maximum number of terms, so two new candidates are running in the race. One of the candidates approaches the group and asks $Me if Student Senate would be interested in helping with the campaign. This candidate is not in the lead. Should $Me and Student Senate help the underdog or help the candidate in the lead?
I have double checked the grammar and tested it, everything should be good to go! Enjoy!!
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