Hey everyone. School's about to start, and I talked to my advisor a little bit. I'm going to be having some extra classes in the next couple years (I'm a second year Electrical Engineering student), and I was wondering if anyone has any advice: One thing he mentioned is the Honors program. He said that if this next semester goes well, I should think about doing the Honors EE. I have a good GPA now, and to graduate with honors, I have to take three "Honors" classes. Does this make much of a difference when I start looking for employment? Another thing we talked about is internships. He suggested I get one if I could, but that most are during the summer, and I (kind of) need to go home in the summer. Unfortunately, home is on a farm 4 hours from the University, and there is little EE internship oppurtunities in the rural area. He also mentioned that I could do an ungraduate Research project with a faculty member. I could do one a semester, so I could get anywhere from 1 to 5 if I wanted to by the time I graduated. Does this help out much on a resume? Compared to say, a fulltime internship? The other option I was thinking about was to get a Physics minor and a Csci minor. This would basically just require taking some more classes, which would bring my schedule up to about 16-17 a semester, instead of 12-13 a semester, which is what I'll be taking most semesters if I don't take anything more than what's required. So, there's what I'm contemplating now...I think I could probably handle two out of the three options and still not be too stressed...this isn't an urgent matter as I won't be registering for spring classes until later in fall, but I like to try to get advice and feel ahead of the game. Thank you all!