Happy New Year, Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and Welcome to Spring 2020! For the next few days, we will be sharing new and previous MyStory posts about pursuing new goals and maintaining your focus when facing new obstacles. Interested in earning credits and joining Project MyStory? Click Here.
The whole “New Year-New Me” thing that everyone makes fun of, in a way, ridicules resolutions. For the longest time I thought that resolutions were stupid too, how can you just decide to be something else when you wake up on New Year’s Day? Well, it occurred to me a while back that resolutions don’t have to mean that you change everything about yourself and become a new person overnight, which is probably why I failed at fulfilling my resolutions for many years. Simonti Banik, Class of 2019 – Continue Reading…
“The truth is that your major is not a cage. There is a whole world of opportunities; a whole world of careers that maybe haven’t even been created yet and you could be the one who makes it a reality.”
Tiffany Araya, Class of 2016
Where Are They Now?
Program Coordinator for the Felix Organization
UAlbany Project MyStory Blog Series:
If you are nervous about selecting a major and/or your career prospects if you continue to pursue your current major, you will be happy to know that several of our, now UAlbany alumni, bloggers have addressed this subject. We will also have a Dinner and Discussion on February 10 where formerly undecided students will talk about the process of pursuing their present academic path.