Her Campus (HC): Where are you from?
Corey Bandremer (CB): My background is half Russian half Polish. I was born in North Carolina and I moved down here when I was four and I lived in Boca, West Palm, and my parents moved back to Boca when I went to college.
HC: What is your relationship status?
HC: What year are you in school?
CB: Super senior. Took a semester off and dropped a couple classes so I’ve had stuff to make up and changed my major a lot.
HC: What is your major now?
CB: Humanities. It’s made up of three sub majors that you get to choose from. I do communications and film and literature. I can do business or teach English because of the literature, so I can do a little bit of everything.
HC: What have you switched from?
CB: Business, then Exercise Science, then took a semester off and became an education major while taking classes in community college for a little bit. I came back as an exploratory major and then was forced to pick a major so I picked Humanities.
HC: What do your hobbies include?
CB: Of course I like to stay active so I play soccer or play any sport and I like to work out. I’ve wanted to do wine/beer tasting because I want to be better cultured. I don’t go out a lot so I like to hang out and watch movies.
HC: What are you involved with at FSU?
CB: I used to be in the sailing club. Back when I had surgery on my foot and couldn’t play soccer anymore I joined the sailing club because I thought it would be fun to learn how to do that. I was in that and I’m in club soccer. Most of my free time went into internships and work.
HC: How many internships do you have now?
CB: Zero. This is my first semester where I’m not doing anything that requires my future except for school. I used to intern for marketing last semester for FSU. I do goalkeeper training for Tallahassee United and I do marketing for them as well, which was my internship with them. Now I just do goalkeeper training.
HC: How do you deal with the stresses of everyday life?
CB: I usually just exercise to get rid of stress…or punch a pillow if I’m really mad.
HC: Which do you prefer: cats or dogs?
HC: What do you want to do with your life?
CB: Still figuring that out. I’ve thought about teaching and coaching soccer on the side. Most likely I’ll end up getting into business. I have a couple of different business opportunities I can get into when I’m out of college. I would most likely be working with consumer products.
HC: What about a future family; are you a family man?
CB: I am definitely a family man. I haven’t thought about it a lot. I would want about two or three kids. I prefer girls because they wouldn’t have to play sports – if they want to they can–so they wouldn’t get hurt too much, that’s my big thing.
HC: Have you ever gone to camp?
CB: All Jews go to camp. I went to Camp Coleman in Cleveland, Georgia for about six years. I also worked there as a counselor for a summer which was fun. I like children, that’s why I like teaching and coaching; it’s a recurring factor.
HC: What is your ideal date?
CB: This is a hard question. I like taking my dates out for sushi. Sushi is very interesting because a first date should be memorable because it’s always about getting to know the person and seeing if you want to go on a second date so I would always gets a bunch of different sushi because if you try something new and you like it, it will be memorable. Like on date, I didn’t know there was eel in the sushi. I thought it was shrimp, and it was very embarrassing and funny. So any type of Asian culture food is good.