I think it is common for people in your shoes to feel the way you do. While it may seem like everyone around you has it figured out, the simple fact is that they don't. As you go through your college and early career experience, your interests will likely change and you will question whether you are on the right path. Honestly, I've been in the workforce for five years and definitely am still working out what I ultimately want to do.
It's good that you are thinking about this early on - do your best to backwards plan as much as you can, but do so broadly. Find programs that are applicable to many different fields. For example, if I thought I might want to work at a think tank doing research but also was considering consulting for a professional services firm, I might have pursued something like economics or math. Both of those majors would provide tremendous technical skills that are extremely attractive to employers and a wide range of career options. I think you could make a case that graphic design fits the bill for a major that is valued in many different fields too.
If you're struggling to make meaningful progress on career options, I linked a career guide below and HIGHLY recommend you read the entire thing. I know it is long, but I can't overstate how beneficial I think it is. Read a section a day and you will finish in no time. The research is also very interesting and it's very well written.
Best of luck - don't hesitate to reach out if you need anything.
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