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A year ago I was confused on what career I was going to choose It was a very difficult decision that I had to make because it would affect the rest of my life I wanted to choose a career that I felt I would enjoy Fortunately I found my answer in two places Video Theory and Production was a course that helped my decision greatly In the beginning of the course I was debating whether to keep the course or drop it as it was considered by many a bird course In other words it was course taken for its low degree of difficulty It was placed in this category because the schools environment is influenced by Math and Science related careers Video was not one of the hardest courses but it did not mean that I did not learn anything from it In fact it was a course that helped my voyage on the endless ocean of career choices I enjoyed operating the camera working in a team as well as acting in front of it Editing was another aspect of this course that was an integral part that helped my decision I learned how to place different scenes together with unique and artificial effects with transitions to form a smooth screen play within a story-board The second catalyst towards my decision was an extracurricular group known as SAC or Student Council The experience in my first year as the elected secretary heightened my self-esteem By becoming secretary I greatly developed my skills of leadership communication and organization Activities such as organizing an assembly or promoting events such as dances semi-formals and formals for the student body were the events I enjoyed the most My previous year as a secretary was so enjoyable that I ran and fortunately was elected as treasurer for the
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