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1. Update your resume & browse for internships/jobs.
When school is in session, it can be really hard to think past your next test, much less about your future career.
Spend a couple of hours updating your resume by adding any new jobs or internships you had, organizations you joined or awards you received. If you do it now, you won't have to rush to get it done when you find a job worth applying for.
Also, browse for internship and jobs. You've got time. If you find something that looks interesting and think you are qualified, apply!
2. Reconnect with your friends.
You are likely to have at least one old friend from high school stuck at home during spring break that you can meet for lunch or go to a movie with. If you don't have any friends near home, think about taking a road trip to visit your friends at another college who aren't on spring break. Mini-vacation, anyone?
Yes. It is spring break. You've worked hard all school year and deserve a little relaxation. Watch TV, go for a walk, read a book, eat junk food and just chill out. After spring break, you will want to return to class rejuvenated and finish the semester with a bang.