Presentation Interview for an Advocacy Worker position?

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RatLadyy
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I got an email a day after I applied for an advocacy worker job, inviting me to attend an interview. It states that alongside my interview, they’d like me to give a presentation on ‘topic of my choice’ of no more than 5 minutes.

I was thinking of doing a topic of my personal struggles as a deaf person, and joining the NDCS (National Deaf Children’s Society) which helped me to advocate for support, such as for a notetaker in education. More generally, discussing the BSL (Scotland) Act and the NDCS’ advocation of Deaf people’s voices which feed into this specific act?

Does this sound like a good topic for this kind of job?
Should I use cue cards as prompts on the day since I’m terrible at presentations?
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