1. What does ESN mean to you?
ESN gives you the opportunity to take on the challenges that we would normally have to wait for years in the normal work. I can not imagine what I would do now if it were not for ESN. Without this organization, it would certainly be a terrible boredom.
2. How did your ESN adventure start?
Very nice! Even at the integration trip I met many great people, and then my ESN mentor was then the Section Chair, so I was immediately infected with the motivation to act, also in the Association. I laugh that this is my first ESN mother (currently I have one more :)). You can say that now I experience my beginnings in the Association and it is also very pleasant thanks to wonderful people. I recommend that you do not be afraid to take up the challenge and join this super team of PCCC (Project Coordinators and Committee Chairs)!
3. How did ESN change your life? Why have you joined it?
Going to university, I did not know anyone, so I went on an integration trip organized by my section (ESN SGH), and there I met a lot of people involved who talked about all my projects and events with such an enthusiasm that I decided to join and check on what is it all about? ;) Now it turned out that I myself talk about ESN with the same excitement (or even greater).
4. If you were an ESN project, what would you be?
DISCOVER! I don't even think about it, because I really feel like I've already become this project. We spend every free moment together with DE, we develop together, we have fun and probably never part. This competition consists of so many events that you can learn a lot in every field. Completely objectively looking (hehe), this is ESN's coolest project, and besides, I love traveling and photography.
5. #FunFact about a life in ESN.
During the first month in the Association, I "googled" every ESN shortcut, now only every second ..;)
6.Did you go on the Erasmus+ exchange? / What is the most interesting experience you had so far?
Not yet, but I plan to leave for the exchange in the next year.
7. What inspires and motivates you the most?
I am primarily motivated and inspired by people with whom I have the pleasure to cooperate. It is amazing that people at such a young age have such experience. Sometimes I would just like to sit down and admire their actions.
8. Favourite place in the world?
I love to travel. That's why I fall in love with every new place, but probably the greatest love, I have is for my mother's family home in the village, where I spent my best childhood.
9. Did ESN help you discover some things you didn’t know you were good at?
It turned out that the things that I did once a week, now I can do in one day. I can not believe it so far.