What Makes You a Perfect Candidate for Fit?

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What makes you a perfect candidate for FIT? Why are you interested in the major you are applying to? We'd like you to tell us in an essay. This is your chance to tell us more about your experiences, activities and accomplishments. (Non more than 750 words, please.)

“Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.”
Coco Chanel
While growing up in the Republic of Belarus I was I child with many dreams. Amongst my peers I was the only one who had several career goals. The world of professions is enormous: astronauts, police officers, bankers, teachers… But in all honesty it took me all of 10 and almost 11 years to finally decide on what it was I wanted to do in my life.
My senior classes come to my mind when I think about my final choice. I've always been the "winner" of almost everything in life. That’s why I am very active, ambitious and high-motivated.
I decided to study journalism at Belarusian State University and now I am doing my fifth year of studding. I finished 4-month courses of TV hosts at Belteleradiocompany. I took my educational practice in a hi-tech Television center of the Belarusian state university on the student's video channel "TV University". Now I am studying the course of Broadcasting Technology and Management in New York.
I started my professional career in 2008 as a correspondent at information and entertaining portal of "Alpha radio" (Minsk). My tasks were collecting, editing, preparation and writing blocks of news, writing scripts for profile actions and events and carrying out interviews. In 2009 I began working as a journalist at advertising department and information editor at entertaining portal "Radio Yunistar" (Minsk). My functions were development and realization of own projects, writing topics for…...

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