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Career goals?

Not sure what I want to major in but my career goal is to do something in the stem field

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De'Jahnique’s Answer

Think about things you like to do. Stuff that holds your attention the most. You can also make a list of things that you don't like that'll help narrow done everything for you to see and understand what you do like.
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Carl’s Answer

You can always start of college doing General Studies. You major is something that can alway be change later own.

Take a look at the link below. (As a practical matter, about 80% of students in college end up changing their major at least once, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. On average, college students change their major at least three times over the course of their college career. )

https://utulsa.edu/normalizing-the-norm-of-changing-college-majors/#:~:text=As%20a%20practical%20matter%2C%20about,course%20of%20their%20college%20career.
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Catherine’s Answer

Evaluate all the STEM related careers and evaluate what interests you. Are you more inclined towards health? Then you can evaluate a Biology or Chemistry major and then specialize. If you are more technical, then you can start with basic engineering degree and then select your area. The STEM branch is very broad, so maybe pick what area you are more inclined to and start there.
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Sara’s Answer

I can help provide more insights after you answer these questions:

What do you enjoy doing on your free time?
What do you like learning about the most?
What made you interested in STEM?
Are there any areas or school subjects you enjoy today?
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