Hello Katrina - Yes, most definitely! An electrical engineer can focus on anything from large-scale power distribution to radio frequency communications to factory automation and robotics to solar power generation, down to microelectronics, and everything in between. To some extent, this will depend on your specific studies. Some areas - for example radio antenna design or semiconductor layout and fabrication - require some specialization during school. But an electrical engineering degree is a very flexible basis for a career. Think about how many electric and electronic items are part of your everyday life - all of these require engineering to design, manufacture, program, and maintain. You could find your work in all of these areas. And even if you're not "engineering" everyday, you will understand the principles of how these devices work.
In my own career, I have used my EE background to work in telecommunications, consumer electronics, and computer programming. My suggestion is to pursue electrical engineering and follow the areas that spark your interest. Regardless of the specialization you end up choosing, the foundations will be valuable for your career and to society.