Not our parents' college experience

Date: 13 Oct 2011 05:25 pm (UTC)
The big problem, to my way of thinking, about doing the internships and the job training and the self-marketing during college is that it means you pretty much have to decide your initial career direction within a year or so of leaving high school. I know it's a privileged outlook to think that a big part of college should be figuring out what you want to do, with vocational training secondary, but it's a privilege I think society should change to afford to everyone, rather than binding people into their roles at an ever-earlier stage.
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