What extracurricular activities did you do during your studies?My priority was to maintain a high grade average for the purpose of getting knowledge, but also for the many benefits I received because of it. But quickly I realized that I couldn't accomplish my goals with a scarce CV and a rich index. On my second year I started to apply for different short-term and long-term student exhanges, from Norway to Greece... I would like to single out four of my most significant accomplishments: student exchange program at the Humboldt Faculty in Berlin, summer school in Košice, Slovakia on the topic of development of local politics, then working on a project Lokalokracija under the mentorship of professor Drezgić where I was project manager and lastly, I was an teaching assistant to professor Vitezić and ass. prof. Dejan Miljenović. Those are the times that bring the most memories, that shaped me as a person and enabled me to become who I am today.What did the path to the European Parliament and Ms. Ivana Maletić’s office look like?It went very naturally, I would say. I am always happy to remember a study visit organized by the ass. prof. Cvečić on which we visited some EU institutions in Brussels and Strasbourg. I was on the last year of my graduate studies, under a lot of stress, like most of my colleagues, because of my uncertain future and a million combinations were in my head. When the group parted, I found myself standing alone in front of this huge EU Parliament building and though: Who works here? There is no chance that I will be employed here, this is the dream… And then , under a set of circumstances, in only two months, I got a job in the office of spokeswoman Maletić, four years ago. Brussels is a multicultural city where over 50% of people are foreigners. Life is very fast paced and there is lots of opportunity for career development.