University life has but 3 weeks left in store for me. My last exam is on June 1st, and after that, assuming everything goes OK, I'll be done with education (at least for now - I'm still on the fence about whether I want to do an MA in a year or two).
At the moment, it doesn't look like I'll have a job to walk into as soon as I graduate. I'm still applying for things, but at the moment no firm offers. Just like a ton of other graduates.So, rather than sit around for six months, working part-time at a bar and praying that someone walks in and hands me a job, I'm going to get proactive. On 1st June, I'm going to start working towards these ten goals:
You might notice that this is adapted from Seth Godin's list that he wrote two years ago. It was a good idea then, except I wasn't an unemployed college student. Now, it looks like I will be. Time to get to work.