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Eszter
Bencsik
Languages: 
English
French
Hungarian
February, 1998
Bio: 
I attended an elementary school specified in music, which meant that I sang in a highly prestigious choir - we won international competitions in Italy, Slovakia and Hungary. This experience taught me how to work in and for a group. I also started playing the violin there, in which I was found to be talented. I was really devoted to this activity, thus I had to learn how to be truly undeviating. I planned to be a musician - however meanwhile I changed my mind, and went to one of the best secondary school in my country instead. Here I became the part of an extremely inspiring community. I have really enjoyed my studies. I also had an enormous amount of opportunity to experience. I have always been a journalist to the newspaper of my school. Last year I became the first student to be the editor in chief of it (this position had been held by a teacher before). I have also been a representative in the student government, and recently I have started to be active in politics too. My hobbies include doing Model United Nations, which means modelling the organisations of the UN and representing other countries, which helped me improving my communication and debating skills as well as widening my horizon. It was partly due to this that I decided to work in a position that enables me to fight against child-labour. As I finish my studies this year, I intend to spend my next year doing volunteering, in order to get to know the world better and find out the ways of making it a better place.
Volunteering Experience: 
I spent a month volunteering as part of a group of international volunteers on a farm in Germany, where I took part in the everyday life of the farm (feeding animals, cleaning the stables, etc.) as well as being a helper at a camp organised for socially disadvantaged children (of age 6-12). I enjoyed every minute of this experience! It was really uplifting working with other people committed to make a change. Though I speak almost no German, I got to make friends with the children too, who confided in me in spite of the language barrier. In fact, this month was extremely rewarding. I have been one of the organizer of an international conference for students, which require a great deal of organizing skills and persistence since it takes approximately 8 months to get ready for the conference. Here you can find the website of it: http://www.bimun.hu/ I also do volunteering in the local museums, mainly as an organizer of family days, during which I have to be both creative and caring, as I am frequently working with children under the age of 6. I enjoy doing voluntary work for non-governmental organisations as well.
Education: 
I aim to study philosophy at university.
Occupation: 
not yet
Other Skills: 
I play the violin and the ukulele.
Eszter Bencsik
Budapest
Hungary
Languages:
English, French, Hungarian
February, 1998
Description
I attended an elementary school specified in music, which meant that I sang in a highly prestigious choir - we won international competitions in Italy, Slovakia and Hungary. This experience taught me how to work in and for a group. I also started playing the violin there, in which I was found to be talented. I was really devoted to this activity, thus I had to learn how to be truly undeviating. I planned to be a musician - however meanwhile I changed my mind, and went to one of the best secondary school in my country instead. Here I became the part of an extremely inspiring community. I have really enjoyed my studies. I also had an enormous amount of opportunity to experience. I have always been a journalist to the newspaper of my school. Last year I became the first student to be the editor in chief of it (this position had been held by a teacher before). I have also been a representative in the student government, and recently I have started to be active in politics too. My hobbies include doing Model United Nations, which means modelling the organisations of the UN and representing other countries, which helped me improving my communication and debating skills as well as widening my horizon. It was partly due to this that I decided to work in a position that enables me to fight against child-labour.
As I finish my studies this year, I intend to spend my next year doing volunteering, in order to get to know the world better and find out the ways of making it a better place.
Volunteering Experience
I spent a month volunteering as part of a group of international volunteers on a farm in Germany, where I took part in the everyday life of the farm (feeding animals, cleaning the stables, etc.) as well as being a helper at a camp organised for socially disadvantaged children (of age 6-12). I enjoyed every minute of this experience! It was really uplifting working with other people committed to make a change. Though I speak almost no German, I got to make friends with the children too, who confided in me in spite of the language barrier. In fact, this month was extremely rewarding.
I have been one of the organizer of an international conference for students, which require a great deal of organizing skills and persistence since it takes approximately 8 months to get ready for the conference. Here you can find the website of it: http://www.bimun.hu/
I also do volunteering in the local museums, mainly as an organizer of family days, during which I have to be both creative and caring, as I am frequently working with children under the age of 6.
I enjoy doing voluntary work for non-governmental organisations as well.
Education
I aim to study philosophy at university.
Occupation
not yet
Other Skills
I play the violin and the ukulele.
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