Look out for hidden opportunities. While you’re studying, there will also be tons of opportunities for getting in valuable work experience or apprenticeships, earning (or saving) money, building connections, and having fun—but sometimes you have to know where to look for those things. If you’re a college student who wants to save on your housing bill, for example, becoming a resident advisor to first-year students is a great leadership opportunity. If you’re becoming certified in a trade, micro-internships or apprenticeships are valuable ways to build your skills on the job. Whatever you’re working toward, connect with a career advisor for help finding job opportunities, scholarships and grants to pay for internships, and job-seeking support.