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Senate president leads with skill and determination

Sandeep Singh, president of the City College Student Senate, takes a break by the student government placard.

Presidents are not made, they’re chosen, so the saying goes.

Sandeep Singh, president of the City College Student Senate, was chosen, picked  by the students on campus who saw he had the willpower within to make changes that make a difference.

“I just want to help,” says Singh.

Singh, 19, joined the Senate in fall 2012, and he has made his way to the top— fast. He says his passion is trying to understand situations with given resources, and that’s exactly what the Student Senate was looking for. His communication and interaction skills got him noticed by many peers. Singh was then offered a position in the Student Senate, where he walked into it with open arms.

“He thinks things through,” says City College Senator and colleague Lincoln Scott, who admires Singh’s empathy and understanding.

Singh’s accomplishments are many. He has recruited and filled executive positions for the Student Senate within one month. No easy task. He has attracted active and passionate members of whom he is proud. He has attended Chancellor Cabinet Meetings and has been requested to speak at events and public speaking. Additionally, he works on countless projects: a campus suggestions box, student discounts, billboards and more.

“He has a hand in everything,” says Secretary of Legislative Affairs and colleague Paige Schlicht, who calls Singh “super-involved and friendly.”

Singh has always worked hard to achieve all that he wanted. He appears to work every second of every day to make it count for the next. He works to fight for the best, to help others and solve the most difficult problems that come their way.

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With blackened curly hair, caramel-colored skin and a can-do attitude, Singh’s ethnic background is Punjabi. He was born in Sacramento and lived with his grandparents during his first year. He then moved to the boroughs of Elk Grove where he lived for nine years. As a child, Singh suffered an accident in which he lost his eyesight for three months. This incident has contributed to how he perceives things in life today.

“Not a good feeling,” says Singh about temporarily losing his vision.

He was not brought up religiously, but morals were instilled in him. His father encouraged him to follow his passion, and his mother stressed education.

Singh enjoys working and understanding the campus, as well as getting to know the campus administration. He has built relationships with many people.

“Sandeep is awesome and has ‘made’ the organization of Student Senate,” says former clubs and events President Taylor Valmores.

As a psychology major, Singh plans on transferring to UC Berkeley or Sacramento State University to get his bachelor’s degree.

“I live life, not run away from it,” says Singh. “I’m just me.”

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