Monday, September 23, 2013

3 Quick Tips for the Fall Term

Today is the first day of the 2013-2014 school year! Whether you are a freshman attending your first college class, and upperclassman coming back to classes after co-op, or a sophomore going on your first co-op, you will be experiencing something new this term. I am going to keep this short and simply give some of my advice for the fall term.

1. Set Goals
Not only should you set goals for your schoolwork/ co-op work, but in all aspects of your life. Set daily goals, personal goals, and professional goals. Make sure to keep track of your progress!

2. Go Out of Your Comfort Zone
Try something new this term that you have never done before. Whether it ends up being a good or bad experience, you will be able to take something positive from it. This will help with confidence.

3. Join an Organization
Whether it be an intramural sports team, the Triangle, or our very own Sport Management Student Union (SMTSU), reaching out to and joining an organization will not only widen your network, but can help develop friendships that you will truly benefit from.

If anyone has any other suggestions I would love to hear them so I can apply them to myself! 


Michael Proska is a freshman at Drexel University from Springfield, PA pursuing a Sport Management degree along with a minor in Statistics. Along with being a writer for the SMTSU blog, The Sports Complex, he has an internship with Drexel Athletics in the promotions and marketing department. Michael is a member of the Army ROTC at Drexel University.  Michael is the Secretary for the SMTSU.  Follow Michael on Twitter @mikeprosk.

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