1. At the start of the freshman year, finding a job after graduation is probably the last thing on your mind.
2.In the freshman year, don't worry too much about your career plans.
3.You can try a lot of activities, get your feet wet on campus and take several different classes to see what it is you most enjoy.
4.Sophomore year is a time to narrow down your academic focus and decide on the college major.
5.Try to get a professional internship the summer between your sophomore and junior years to start having professional experience you will be able to list on your resume.
6.Junior year is a time to take on leadership positions in the extra curricula activities that you've chosen.
7.During your senior year, your goal should be to keep up your great point average in your college major and focus on the job search for a position after graduation.
8.Finally, it's your senior year of college, enjoy it, have some fun, take some time to really enjoy college before you're orphan to the real world.