Deciding what to study in late teens can be a daunting prospect. Asking young people to choose the future they want, especially in a world as dynamic and fluid as it is today, can even border on the impossible.

This is what triggered Franklin student and blogger, Rhys Williams, to go ask her classmates how their time at Franklin has started to set them up for the future, and where they see themselves after graduation.

As she personally remarked, “The opportunities in the classroom, on campus and off campus (and abroad) at Franklin have especially given me a new confidence and independence. Experiencing new cultures with the support of the close-knit community we have here, makes anything seem possible in the future. One of the most important aspects of reaching goals in the future is having experiences which expand what seems possible in the first place.”

Read about the experiences of Rhys’ classmates on