Exploratory Peer Ambassadors and Leaders
How did you choose your major?
Going in to college I had an idea of what I wanted to do but was nervous about committing to something so I met with career services and talked to them and they reassured me that the major I wanted to pursue was a good fit for me. After going to an interest meeting with the professors in the program, I knew that this was the major I wanted to be apart of.
What was your favorite resource to use when you were an Exploratory student?
I loved using the exploratory website and the resources on it to look at potential jobs for each major, what jobs in that field look like, and what classes are required for each major.
What do you like most about the Exploratory program?
I love how helpful everyone is and how no one makes you feel like there is something wrong with not having a major. You are given the opportunity to really find things you are interested in and make a decision that feels right for you.
What is your biggest piece of advice to other Exploratory students?
There are so many people on campus who want to help, don't be afraid to reach out to them.
What extracurricular activities are you involved with on campus?
I am the co-concessions manager for the Ithaca College Theatre Department this semester. I am also working with artists from Theatre Wallay in Pakistan and students from Ithaca College in a staged reading piece entitled On Common Ground and I am par