If you’re just getting started on your journey to becoming the electrical engineer of your dreams, the most important advice I could offer is to keep an eye on the math class. Every math class. The thing that the snarky kids in high school talk about imaginary numbers being useless in real life? Imagined numbers are set becoming among the top crucial tools in your problem-solving toolbox.
Some other suggestions I have for you: select one or more areas within electrical engineering you think are appealing to you. Then then make an effort to become specialized in the area you are interested in. For instance, I was a specialist in energy and power systems during my undergraduate studies degree, and it led me to an electrical utility once I completed my studies (though I am employed by an energy consulting firm now). I am currently pursuing my masters degree in electrical engineering that combines aspects of energy and power as well as semiconductor physics. I’m hoping to be involved into power electronics.
Additionally, I would suggest becoming proficient in the management methods in both projects and individuals. It is possible to believe that your future will revolve around engineering-related but the majority of the work engineers do is management, and that’s even at an beginning! Employers will appreciate it when you can show off an experience in project management and help make your job easier. It doesn’t get more satisfying than this!
Pay attention to all physics and math classes, choose a subject you enjoy and focus on it in it to guide your career, but don’t neglect your non-engineering abilities (like communications and management).
I hope this will help!