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Where Will You Be in 10 Years?

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We asked CSU students where they see themselves 10 years into the future and what they see themselves doing.

Ten years? Seem like a lot, but is it truly? With where I am in my education right now, and where I want to go, it is looking like I’ll still be doing the same thing as I am right now. Focusing on my career will continue to be the priority, but with a new twist: potential of starting a family. But hey, we’ll see about that when it comes closer. Ten years, I’d appreciate it if you’d slow down.” — Shai Pomeranz, sophomore psychology major

I would hope to have an amazing job in a hospital with a masters degree in healthcare administration.” — Jacob Lazear, junior business major

I’m not too sure where I want to be in 10 years. But I do know that I still want to continue along the path of becoming a vet. In 10 years, I most likely want to be in vet school, working as a vet tech to further improve my resume so that I can find a job as an actual vet one day.” — Jose Peraza-Diaz, sophomore biological sciences major

I see myself working in the field of psychology by advocating for or doing research on people with head related injuries.” — Ashley Hackett, sophomore psychology major

I would love to be working in the fashion design industry. My biggest hope right now is to be working as a costume designer for a TV show or for movies or even Broadway. I would also like to have a family and be making enough money for my family to live comfortably.” — Ashley Ryll sophomore apparel and merchandising major

I would like to still be living here in Colorado and working for the Colorado Avalanche in marketing.” — Shelby Green, junior business major

I want to be married, have at least one child and be working my dream job as an animal keeper at Disney’s Animal Kingdom!” — Marissa Fuertges, senior biology and zoology major

Ten years from now I imagine myself established in my career, settling down and starting my very own family. There is nothing more that I want from my life than a career I love and people I am passionate about.” — Bonnie DeLong, sophomore psychology major

I hope to be happy in whatever I end up doing by then.” — Karli Swenson, junior natural sciences major

I want to be working at a good job that pays for my play time. Like ski trips, fishing, and cool cars… and a nice house would be cool too!”  — Nick Witek, sophomore business major

I just want to be happy. Whether that’s just comfort with my career or traveling luxuriously, if I’m happy with my life, I’ve succeeded.” — Parker Lewis, sophomore biomedical sciences major

I would like to be playing professional beach volleyball. To represent Canada on the World Tour has been my goal the past few years and in ten years, I aim to reach that goal as well as participating in the 2020 and 2024 Olympics by then.” — Alexandra Poletto, sophomore health and exercise science major

I hope to be working in a career I love, hopefully as a pediatric occupational therapist. I also hope that I am married and have a family I’m crazy about. Most of all I hope that I am happy with my life regardless of my accomplishments.” — Kristen Layo, senior psychology major