For those of us graduating this spring, reality is starting to set in for us.
What am I going to do after graduation?
Where can I find a job after graduation?
Should I pursue a master’s degree?
What have I been doing before now?
As a senior, these questions are starting to look too real. I have asked myself these questions over and over, and if this is you, don’t worry, you are not alone.
If anything, here are some things that I learned. Hopefully, it might benefit you juniors and seniors before it is your time to leave.
1. Apply to jobs early, its hard.
2. Network! People you know may get you to places you never thought you can get
3. Don’t be discouraged.
4. You will fail, but that is ok.
My teacher once said, “reach for the stars and you might touch the ceiling. If you reach for the ceiling, you will never leave the ground.” Seniors, make the most of the time you have left. Start looking into your future now,and use your experiences to help people below you. You may never know what is in store for you. Become an advocate for others, and use your experiences to help someone.