I like to think that my story is a bit unique when it comes to my time here at the University of Florida. Let me first hit you with this:
Yup, that’s me. That’s sophomore me, I should say. When I came to the University of Florida, I had every expectation and dream to be the next big time sports broadcaster. It was through these experiences above that I soon realized this was not the path I wanted to take. I did not have the true passion and drive for this major.
I realized that I did not want to be on the media side of things, but rather on the internal side of sports. Instead of asking the questions, I wanted to be the one fixing those questions. With that being said, I still am a Telecommunications major because I feel as if there are valuable lessons to be taken away. I certainly have these guys to thank for that.
Telecommunications taught me the concept of listening. It taught me how to communicate. It taught me how to fit a ton of different puzzle pieces together for one common goal. I truly think there is a ton to take away from UF, especially its Journalism school.
I could not even imagine where my life would be had I not gone through here.