“What’s Your Major?”
At a young age, we’re always asked “What do you want to be when you grow up?” My answer at first was to be a social worker. As time passed and I got older that same question was asked again but this time my answer wasn’t a social worker but a cop. Every time that one question was asked, my answer would change maybe it was because of the situation I was in and the help I would get from the police, social worker, and teachers it made me admire them. Time once again went by and it was time to do college applications. One of the first few questions was “What’s your major?” I choose “undecided”. Second year in college “What’s you major?” this time there was no choice of undecided I had to choose I was clueless not totally in-the-dark clueless but I had an idea of what it was. Before choosing majors researcher about it, seek for help and thing about it if in the long run your choice of major is something you see yourself doing in the future. Once entering college that’s the point we’re your life will change your no longer going to school to get a diploma but for a degree based on your major. Being a social worker was one thing I wanted to be when I was younger but entering to college I went in a total different direction I went with Fire Technology as my major. I went in such a direction because of something I did in high school. But before I choose a major I did some research looking through the Pasadena website and fire department websites. Looking and researching gave me more knowledge of what degrees I had to obtain. Researching about it helps you gain knowledge of how long it will take, what’s the process, what you have to have and what school offer and have good programs. I did some research and aside form that I went to a fire station asking questions and it helped me in so many ways. Doing research is very helpful when you’re going to be choosing your major. A major is something that will impact your life in so many ways when we’re...
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