It is often said that the best life you can never have is an academic life. From my experience, I can gladly say that university life has offered me one of the best ways of life, I’ve had so far. Until now, for the reason that my hope is that the future will be better than what I had in college. But anyway the best years of anyone’s life should be left to individual perception.
As I entered my fourth year, I find myself thinking a lot about what I’ve accomplished so far, and things I would have done so far in college. Human being we can never be happy with our achievement, but I know I just one thing: thank you for all decisions were taken in my venture into new opportunities.
In my opinion, the best decision of any undergraduate can ever do is to get involved in the organization of different clubs. With such an organization and clubs a student can interact with the brightest students in the field of their studies, learning competent and distinguished people, gain experience through practice leadership skills.
If I was asked to give advice to someone starting their first year as an undergraduate student, I advise them to join a professional organization related to their field of study. Of course, the first year of a person is shy and does not see the benefits of these organizations, but the commitment of a few hours per week will pay off in many ways when it’s time to enter the real world.
The most important thing to remember when joining this thing is just going to meetings is not what will make you stand out from the pack. Get involved in projects or committees in the organization or club that will provide valuable experience.
If you do not think it is a professional group that fits your needs, volunteering is another way that gives you the opportunity to gain experience before going to work. Volunteering can be done part-time during the holidays and even weekends. For example, for those in the field of communication, looking for a student magazine that you can contribute articles is a tool that can provide valuable and useful skills.
In addition, you can take advantage of the growing online social networks like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and blog posts to develop relationships with people in your field around the world who can provide mentoring useful career.
The most important thing to always keep in mind is to always enjoy everything around you. Never again will you be in an environment where so many people are there to help you learn and so many opportunities available.