Patriotism

“…Ask not what your country can do for you–ask what you can do for your country.”– John F. Kennedy, Presidential Inaugural Speech, 20 January 1961 In the spirit of President Kennedy’s famous exhortation, please tell the HKS Admissions Committee what you have accomplished, and what you plan to do in the future, to improve the world through your leadership and commitment to public service. (Total length not to exceed 1,000 words)

Please type your name and program in the upper right-hand corner of each essay, and clearly mark each essay “Essay #____”. Your essays may not be written, edited or translated by anyone but yourself. For security reasons, DO NOT list your social security number on your resume, CV, or essays. “…Ask not what your country can do for you–ask what you can do for your country.”– John F. Kennedy, Presidential Inaugural Speech, 20 January 1961 In the spirit of President Kennedy’s famous exhortation, please tell the HKS Admissions Committee what you have accomplished, and what you plan to do in the future, to improve the world through your leadership and commitment to public service. (Total length not to exceed 1,000 words)

Please type your name and program in the upper right-hand corner of each essay, and clearly mark each essay “Essay #____”. Your essays may not be written, edited or translated by anyone but yourself. For security reasons, DO NOT list your social security number on your resume, CV, or essays.

“…Ask not what your country can do for you–ask what you can do for your country.”– John F. Kennedy, Presidential Inaugural Speech, 20 January 1961 In the spirit of President Kennedy’s famous exhortation, please tell the HKS Admissions Committee what you have accomplished, and what you plan to do in the future, to improve the world through your leadership and commitment to public service. (Total length not to exceed 1,000 words)

Please type your name and program in the upper right-hand corner of each essay, and clearly mark each essay “Essay #____”. Your essays may not be written, edited or translated by anyone but yourself. For security reasons, DO NOT list your social security number on your resume, CV, or essays.

“…Ask not what your country can do for you–ask what you can do for your country.”– John F. Kennedy, Presidential Inaugural Speech, 20 January 1961 In the spirit of President Kennedy’s famous exhortation, please tell the HKS Admissions Committee what you have accomplished, and what you plan to do in the future, to improve the world through your leadership and commitment to public service. (Total length not to exceed 1,000 words)

Please type your name and program in the upper right-hand corner of each essay, and clearly mark each essay “Essay #____”. Your essays may not be written, edited or translated by anyone but yourself. For security reasons, DO NOT list your social security number on your resume, CV, or essays.

“…Ask not what your country can do for you–ask what you can do for your country.”– John F. Kennedy, Presidential Inaugural Speech, 20 January 1961 In the spirit of President Kennedy’s famous exhortation, please tell the HKS Admissions Committee what you have accomplished, and what you plan to do in the future, to improve the world through your leadership and commitment to public service. (Total length not to exceed 1,000 words)

Please type your name and program in the upper right-hand corner of each essay, and clearly mark each essay “Essay #____”. Your essays may not be written, edited or translated by anyone but yourself. For security reasons, DO NOT list your social security number on your resume, CV, or essays.

“…Ask not what your country can do for you–ask what you can do for your country.”– John F. Kennedy, Presidential Inaugural Speech, 20 January 1961 In the spirit of President Kennedy’s famous exhortation, please tell the HKS Admissions Committee what you have accomplished, and what you plan to do in the future, to improve the world through your leadership and commitment to public service. (Total length not to exceed 1,000 words)

Please type your name and program in the upper right-hand corner of each essay, and clearly mark each essay “Essay #____”. Your essays may not be written, edited or translated by anyone but yourself. For security reasons, DO NOT list your social security number on your resume, CV, or essays.

“…Ask not what your country can do for you–ask what you can do for your country.”– John F. Kennedy, Presidential Inaugural Speech, 20 January 1961 In the spirit of President Kennedy’s famous exhortation, please tell the HKS Admissions Committee what you have accomplished, and what you plan to do in the future, to improve the world through your leadership and commitment to public service. (Total length not to exceed 1,000 words)

Please type your name and program in the upper right-hand corner of each essay, and clearly mark each essay “Essay #____”. Your essays may not be written, edited or translated by anyone but yourself. For security reasons, DO NOT list your social security number on your resume, CV, or essays.

“…Ask not what your country can do for you–ask what you can do for your country.”– John F. Kennedy, Presidential Inaugural Speech, 20 January 1961 In the spirit of President Kennedy’s famous exhortation, please tell the HKS Admissions Committee what you have accomplished, and what you plan to do in the future, to improve the world through your leadership and commitment to public service. (Total length not to exceed 1,000 words)

Please type your name and program in the upper right-hand corner of each essay, and clearly mark each essay “Essay #____”. Your essays may not be written, edited or translated by anyone but yourself. For security reasons, DO NOT list your social security number on your resume, CV, or essays.