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The school year is almost done and for some of us it is time to move onto the next step. Finally getting
into our chosen careers and getting paid for it! Yes, there is a lot of excitement about getting a paycheque after spending years without a steady income.
Even though we aren’t clearly out of the woods, it becomes crunch time in the last few weeks to send out resumes and trying to find someone who finds you valuable to their company.
This in my opinion could be a more stressful task than completing homework for deadlines in the last two years.

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It can be tough trying to sell yourself and show off your skills without being an arrogant ass. One of the other things I will miss are the people.
Classmates, instructors and all of the other familiar faces you see around the college will be a tough adjustment once May rolls around. It has almost become a second home and no matter how much you stress over an assignment, there is always someone here to cheer you up or put a smile on your face.
So before I start tearing up and get real emotional on you, I just want to say thanks to everyone who
helped me get to where I am today. Good luck to you all and it was my pleasure getting to know each and
every one of you.

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Steve Seto is in his second year of Digital Communications & Media program in the Digital Journalism stream. He has a large passion for sports and hopes to start a career in radio or television after graduation.

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