The ringing in of the new year prompts individuals to set new goals for themselves. The start of the new year also signals the start of a new semester. As people seek ways to better themselves such as eating healthier, going to the gym, or taking more risks, students often create resolutions related to what they want to accomplish in the new semester. Whether your resolutions include making it through the semester alive or landing your dream internship, setting clear goals for yourself is a great way to ensure success for yourself. Read on for resolutions from some of the members of the relations committee:
Allie Trosper, “Build my networking skills.”
Kellian Reed, “Make the most of my last semester of college before joining the big-bad ‘real world.'”
Lily Sherer, “Start a personal website or blog.”
Chloe Kasper, “Make better use of my resources at school and improve my networking skills.”
Dillion Maher, “Gain more professional experience through internships.”
Bridget Anders, “Enjoy my last semester as an undergraduate student, graduate with at least a 3.5 GPA, and find a job after graduation.”
Kimi Sanden, “Break out of my comfort zone to gain experience in new areas of the communication field.”
Melaina Chromy, “Gain internship, academic, and writing experiences that will set me apart from my peers.”
Cassidy Obis, “Focus on a ‘just do it’ mentality. Accomplish tasks today rather than setting them off for tomorrow.”
From all of us in the relations committee, happy new year and good luck this semester!
By Melaina Chromy
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