There are a number of different things that you can do to help you figure out where you're going after graduation. First, take a variety of classes. Finding classes you like could lead to a major which could lead to career opportunities, so pay attention as you're going through and taking those liberal arts classes. Second, I would really focus on skill development. Work on your writing, everybody needs good writers. Work on your oral communication. Work on your collaboration skills. Work on student leadership skills. You can get these kinds of skills through coursework, as well as through student organizations. Also, pay attention to the career center. They have professionals there who can give you aptitude tests, who can help you with internships and with job openings. Also, pay attention to your academic advisor, they can also connect you with internships and job opportunities. And finally, really focus on internships. There is no substitute for real-world experience.