Hi Mya! I personally think that the best way to find the right part is to try different things out. I picked an area that interested me the most in school and worked to get an internship in that field. It turns out that I was lucky and I really did enjoy it. And in the meantime, I've been able to experience different aspects of it that I do like and some that I don't like, so you will continue to learn in your career what works best for you. If you can't get an internship at this time, I recommend getting other hands on experiences through volunteering, engineering organizations, clubs, and continued education. My biggest advice about finding a career goes along with this - don't be afraid to try new things and maybe get out of your comfort zone. There are a lot of opportunities out there, so try them out and see if they're a good fit. Also, find a job that you keep learning at because that will make it interesting.
If you're currently looking for a job, network whenever you can. Get involved in aerospace organizations and clubs, go to career fairs, attend presentations, and get to know people and opportunities. A lot of jobs are also posted online now, so familiarize yourself with the online processes and tips for making sure you stand out electronically! Good luck!