When you're in college, no matter what year you are, it's easy to forget all the opportunities that you're surrounded by when you're stuck in a rut. But the good news is that whether you're a freshman or senior, you can always expand your social circle and resume with new hobbies. So let's get started!
1. Type One: tutoring or career mentoringGiphy
Type ones pride themselves on making a difference in the lives of others. They are very conscientious and detail-oriented! They would do amazing tutoring math or writing (depending on what they're most drawn to!)
2. Type two: animal rights club or Special OlympicsGiphy
Type twos are so caring and would do amazing at any kind of volunteering gig! There's usually plenty to choose from on a typical college campus.
3. Type three: theatreGiphy
Type threes know how to work hard, which is exactly what theatre requires. They'll know how to keep everyone around them in line.
4. Type four: feminist club or writing for the school paperGiphy
Type fours (like myself) love to advocate for what they believe in. They're some of the most passionate people, they just need a creative outlet to let it all out.
5. Type five: mock trialGiphy
Type fives are fiercely logical and focused; they're definitely your top political science, criminal justice, and forensic science majors!
6. Type six: a business fraternityGiphy
Type sixes want to make friends and gain the life skills they need to succeed in their future career. What better way than joining a business frat?
7. Type seven: speech and debateGiphy
Type sevens are made to be up on a stage, and it really shows. If there's no speech and debate team at their college, they should start one.
8. Type eight: intermural sportsGiphy
Type eights want to make friends and feel the adrenaline pumping. Sports will never not be the way to go.
9. Type nine: a yoga or meditation clubGiphy
Type nines have a knack for making their atmosphere more calm and tranquil. They'd be the best people to introduce a yoga or meditation club to their campus!