Sometimes you’ll ask the “What do you do?” question and immediately think to yourself, “Well, that sounds like the worst!” But other times, the response will make you say “That’s so cool, tell me more!” or “Amazing, but what does that actually entail?”
The more you ask questions and do research on what people do, the more you will be able to make an educated decision on a career direction for yourself.
Lets see what an IT Project Manager does …
Making a decision on your college major and career path is not an easy task for most students. Below are 3 tips that will move you in the right direction in gaining clarity on your “best” choices.
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Dream big and act on it to make it happen. Do what you’re passionate about and embrace it. Whatever you enjoy doing make it your career. Satisfy your inner interest before others do. It’s YOU who can make your dream come true and not them. Take a chance and trust yourself.
Start acting now – attend Career Community Events to learn what interests YOU!
Reflect on what interests you. The first step in choosing the right major for you is determining what piques your interests most. When you think about past experiences, jobs you have done, subjects in school you already love to study – the answer to these questions is where your passion lies!