Trust me, I’ll be the first to admit that the beginning of a new semester is stressful. A new semester brings new classes with new structures, a new set of responsibilities among your extracurriculars, and sometimes even new living situations.
Freshman year is a year of trying new things, living in the moment, and enjoying the freedoms of college.
But among all of the exciting things associate with college, even as freshman, a career is on the mind.
What can I do with my major? How do I find and apply for jobs? There are a lot of questions that start swarming through a college freshman’s mind.
But don’t fret, here’s a secret: you don’t have to figure everything out in your first year. Instead, here are five easy ways to help your career as a freshman.
First it’s friends and school. Then it’s internships… and jobs.
With the hustle and bustle of the millions of things to figure out and decisions to be made, student organizations often feel like an after-thought in college.
But student orgs can be extremely helpful in getting experience, making friends, and networking. Here’s five ways that student organizations can help your career: