Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: ~*~ NEBRASKA ~*~
If you are going to take advantage of your GI bill and go to college, I suggest that you not waste it or your time on ANYTHING that you don't want to stick with. Instead, I would go towards some sort of degree. Don't panic, you don't HAVE to pick what you want to do when you start college. All degrees have core requirements which consist of math, english, etc. Most degrees have the SAME core requirements so until you figure it out, take core classes and start getting the boring things out of the way. Then maybe add in a few "fun" classes of different interests to try out some new things. If you have a temp agency near by, see if they can put you on a few temp jobs. It might be something crappy and computer-ish for now, but they have a wide range of fields to put you in. You may work at a doctors office one day, and a lawyers office the next. You will meet other people with other jobs in those industries and maybe one day you'll say "I really want to do what THAT person does" and then if you have your core requirements met, you can get classes towards that and be on your way. This is what I did....
But don't waste that college money on something you don't even want to do, you will regret it. Especially when you do decide what you want and the money is already used.