Throughout my undergraduate studies, I was set on going to law school. I interned at various non-profits which I felt would help build my legal career. Despite being fully prepared to apply to law schools during my senior year, I built a relationship with a professor who was a former lawyer. In discussing my career goals with her, I realized that a legal career was not necessarily going to be the most fitting or fulfilling for me. I chose to apply for the Master of Management program because it would allow me to build a business career while keeping the possibility of a legal career open. My favorite thing about the program so far is how supportive women are of one another. Since nearly all of us do not have any business background, the women in my cohort have found a lot of support in building relationships with each other. We are always encouraging and helping one another with academics and recruiting, which has eased a lot of the anxiety I had about entering a predominantly male field. I have found the Career Development Office to be the most valuable resource in the OYM programs. They do a great job of tailoring the information and appointments to those with non-business backgrounds.