For the past 2 months, (July 2015-September 2015) I have been traveling from Israel to Europe. I visited 9 countries, and 13 cities. With this experience, I have walked away with courage, determination, adaptability, confidence, patience, and flexibility, just to name a few. I feel very fortunate to have traveled for so long, and meet such amazing people from all over the world. The exposure to all the different cultures and languages was an eye-opening experience that will never be forgotten. The situations that I encountered taught me important life lessons and showed me real, raw situations that people in less fortunate countries go through on a day to day basis. For example, when I arrived at the train station in Budapest (on my way down from Prague), I had no clue where I was going, and was thrown in masses of people throughout the station. These people were not just passengers waiting to board the trains. They were refugees living in the station with their few life belongings, their children, and most importantly, their identity. They were escaping from their country waiting to be taken to a safe place. It was filthy, smelly, squishy, and impossible to walk without nearly bumping into their "bedrooms", but I managed to do it, and ended up at my hostel in one piece, still absorbing everything that I had just seen. On another day, I was asking a bus driver directions and as we were conversing, I saw a young child get run over by a car. Life is so short and can be taken from you in a second. I am ready for a positive change in my career and can't wait to get started! I am a unique individual with many different qualities. I am extremely dedicated and goal oriented in everything that I do, from work to my personal life. I am very driven and want to succeed in everything that I do. I am very friendly and love working with people, as a team or one-on-one. I am very communicative, and also know how to take constructive criticism, as well as follow directions.