I am currently finishing up a master's degree in Physics at Syracuse University. My first year at Syracuse was spent in Dr. Lisa Manning’s theoretical soft matter group. Though I was glad for the experience, I eventually realized that physics theory was not for me. More recently, I have been working in Dr. Martin Forstner’s experimental biophysics lab, developing a way to create things called “giant lipid vesicles” in salt solution. Though I was originally going for a Ph.D., I realized in February that I did not want to commit another four years of my life to graduate school. After some soul searching, I discovered that I liked talking about science much more than actually doing science. I learned of jobs in science outreach and education from academic and career advisors. I will be applying to several of these jobs in the coming months. Though I am new to the “job world” and feel woefully unprepared for what comes after graduate school, I am excited to see where my life leads.