Tiffany Barillas, Goldman Sachs, NY Where I see myself 10 years from now is done with my graduate degree, putting together programs that would bring musical resources to low-income neighborhoods.
Trey Williamson, Video Game Industry, Berkeley Over the summer I'm going to begin my own video game studio. As long as I'm doing what I love to do, whether my financial situation is good or bad, I'll be happy.
Rosalind Chu, Intern, Levi's, SF I will be working on the media campaigns for the corporate social responsibility initiatives. I'm not really sure what I'll be doing in the next 10 years but my main goal is to work on poverty alleviation in developing countries.
Christopher Hammond, Berkeley Law School We're getting married in January. I'm deferring for a year. I've always wanted to run for office, so the combination of law and business made a lot of sense.
Michelle Kim, Deloitte, SF
I wanted to get into the nonprofit sector, but I wanted to establish my financial independence first. Working with LGBT youth would be something I would love to do.
Chris Yenn, Entertainment Industry, LA
I always have been very interested in storytelling. Entertainment is the place to be for that. I'm looking into film and television. In 10 years I hope to be a very successful player in Hollywood.
Yuliya Sas, PricewaterhouseCoopers, SF I really wanted to try myself in the financial services industry in the U.S. Being from Belarus, I don't take a lot of things for granted.
Dave Morton, Men's Domestic Violence Nonprofit, Placer County I enrolled in Cal in 1972. I left with three classes to go. Coming back and seeing the spirit of these young folks renewed my energy.
Jing-Jing Lee, Goldman Sachs, SF I'm going to join the technology investment banking group. I've grown up in Silicon Valley. My dad's an engineer. When I think about the future there's a little bit of fear because I don't have a path set in stone, but I'm excited.