This post is probably going to sound dumb and maybe i'm worrying over nothing but here goes anyway. My question has to do with extra-curriculars. I'm aware that there are no "right" activities but I'm frustrated because i don't know if what I'm doing is enough. This is what I've done(am doing): volunteered w/ Red Cross for almost a yr, helping with blood drives and fundraising; recently joined my campus newspaper writing features and editorials. Within the next year or so: a psychology co-op or internship with a youth camp that cares for disabled children; volunteer at a local Hospice center where my dad's friend works. My advisor said that I should volunteer more, possibly in a hospital, even though i would rather not since i'll probably just wind up carting around patients and answering the phone. He also says that i should join the school's "Pre-Health Society", but i feel that this would be a great waste of my time, since all that they seemingly do is meet and hold bake sales every other week. I've considered joining a religious club just for my own personal benefit, the trouble is squeezing it into my already busy schedule. Even though time is scarce, i feel like I'm not doing enough and i don't know what else there is left to do. anyone hear what i'm saying?