My one big piece of advice is: Work on personal projects on your own time!
Classes are great, and will introduce you to many concepts you will be able to make use of throughout your career. However, nothing can compare to the experience you get from writing your own programs to solve problems that you are interested in solving. Whether it is tools to organize things for you, monitoring systems to alert you when things happen on the Internet, or even games, writing your own programs give you a big advantage over just taking prescribed courses.
Personal projects also can help you determine what specifically you are interested in going into. You say you are taking Android Basics, which is great, and means that if you have an Android phone you can try out writing apps. I'd recommend also trying out writing a Web app, and maybe something lower level like a command-line utility that runs on a desktop. This way you will be exposed to more options and be able to note that you have experience with them when it comes time to look for jobs.
Good luck, and have fun!