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Start off by reflecting on your strengths and weaknesses. Let's say you are great at public speaking and enjoy helping others, you can get into teaching or psychology as a career. Remember, try and picture yourself working in a field you see yourself doing. You can also take a career assessment/personality test (Meyers-Briggs and Strong Interest Inventory) and find out where your results fall under. Usually, you can find these online or just walk-in at your career services at school to take one.
Try searching for possible career/interests online and maybe set up an appointment with a counselor at your school. My first two years at community college, I was also an undeclared major. What really helped me the most, is simply, talking to a counselor and maybe take courses that may interest you.
You might want to write down what you are good at and what you like to do. Also write what you would not like. I say this because choosing a major and/or career is not an easy choice. You will be doing this for the rest of your life. Once you write down what you are good/bad at or don't like, speak with a career counselor. They can help you out further. What I did was go on websites like onetonline.org and bls.gov to find jobs. These websites lets you see exactly what people do at different jobs do on a daily basis. You can look at those characteristics and try to match them with your list. Hope this helps!