I'm a huge nerd, and I've always loved reading and playing video games. I debated combining the two by getting into video game storytelling/writing, but decided that publishing was the way to go for me. Turns out I love reading and editing more than writing! However, my friend from college owns a small company that sells video game merchandise online and at conventions around the country (and world), so I'm still able to travel a few weekends a year to help sell stuff I love (though of course that's on hold at the moment due to the pandemic).
Really take the time to think about what you want to spend your time learning about. You don't want to come out of college with debt and a degree you don't even want to use!
When you start to look at courses as a direct line to careers, think about what makes you curious. What excites you? Do you like complex problems? Maybe look into engineering. Are you an animal lover? Maybe something within veterinary sciences. Once you find something that sparks your interest, take a look at volunteer opportunities and internships.
I would make a lit of things that you really enjoy doing, things that you don't mind doing and things that you really do not like doing. This will help you find some careers that cater to your interests instead of dislikes. You could also talk to some teachers and parents about what they thing you would be good at or could see you doing as a career!
My advice would be to think about what classes in school you really enjoy or feel like you do good at. You don't necessarily have to know what you want to do for the rest of your life right now. Start broad and then narrow it down. Think of a subject that you like, then research what area and majors involve that subject (or by eliminating area that would involve classes you wouldn't enjoy).
I loved math so I chose to apply for the business school. I didn't know exactly what major I wanted so I picked management as my major. I ended up switching my major to supply chain management and business analytics my sophomore after taking a few courses because I then had a better idea of what I loved. You can always switch majors in college. Always. Once you take some classes in your major, then you can start narrowing down your career path and figuring out what you want to do.
Start with a big picture and then narrow down as you gain more knowledge and experience.
Best of luck!