I learned about the project by chance. I decided to apply at a time when I was deeply disappointed with my job and wanted something greater. When I was accepted into the Ustoz, I realized that I could engage, strive, and achieve much more for my career.
I began studying, listened to experts, transitioned from my previous job to remote work, and secured a position at an international advertising agency. Later, I found an internship opportunity in Kyrgyzstan. I was afraid I wouldn't be accepted, but once again, the experts and Alena gave lectures that resonated with real-life situations, and I started taking risks.
I embarked on the internship, and returned afterward.Even though the project ended, it gave me the confidence to embrace new experiences without fear. Now I'm moving to another country for further education and will be testing my capabilities there. I hope to return to Uzbekistan as an expert in my field