Internships/Careers for English Majors
The English Department will post here career opportunities for English majors and minors:
- Internships/Volunteer Work
- Job Opportunities
- USD Career Services Events
- Research Opportunities
- Graduate School Opportunities
- Writing Contests/Publication Opportunities
- Articles/Career Advice
- Etiquette Tips
ENGLISH DEPT CAREER NIGHT!
The English Department is excited to announce an English Dept Career Night for English majors & minors, Interdisciplinary majors, Undeclared majors, and any other interested parties! Career Night will be held on Tuesday, March 25, 2014, 7:00pm in Camino 119. Guest panelists, all USD English major alums, will speak about their careers, the value of the English major, and advice for the first year after graduation. Co-sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honor Society. Free cookies & lemonade.
SDSI Newsletter Volunteer Intern: If you are Journalism or Communications major or other related major with a desire to become more integrated in Southern California’s vibrant sports and active lifestyle community, and then look no further. SDSI is looking for a volunteer intern to manage the production and copywriting of the biweekly SDSI newsletter that circulates to 3,000+ sport industry executives, entrepreneurs, enthusiasts and business leaders. The SDSI newsletter is a valued resource that keeps readers up to date on SDSI programs and events, highlights member companies and provides a one-stop-shop for industry events. For more info: SDSI Newsletter Volunteer Intern.
Seniors! Did you know you’re eligible for a FREE Premium Job Seeker account from LinkedIn? Which means your profiles will be seen by more prospective employers. To get more information and to activate your upgrade, email email@example.com.
Match Education is looking for top seniors from elite colleges across the country to apply for one of our fellowship programs working with students in either Boston or Chicago. 100% of recent college graduates who go through our teacher residency program go on to teach in high-performing urban charter schools after their year with us. Residents spend their year tutoring, studying, and receiving constant feedback about their practice teaching. For more information and to apply, please go to Match Education/MatchCorps website.*
USD Career Services events
- Tue, Mar 18, 11:00am in Hughes 110: Resumania - Resume Reviews for Career Expo 2014.
- Thur, Mar 20, 11:30am-2:30pm in UC Forums A/B: Career Expo 2014.
- Tue, Mar 25, 7:00pm in Camino 119: English Dept Career Night.**
- Wed, Mar 26, 12:15pm in DAC: SAA Etiquette Luncheon with Alumni
- Fri, Mar 28, 12:30pm in Serra 215: Interviewing Skills Workshop
- Wed, Apr 2, 5:00-8:00pm in JCP: Torero Networking Night: Job Fair for Student-Athletes
- Wed, Apr 9, 6:00-7:30pm in DAC: Adventures in Service: Careers with a Conscience Alumni Panel
- Fri, Apr 11, 12:15pm in UC Forums: Take a Torero to Lunch
- Fri, Apr 11, 12:30pm in Serra 215: Job Search Workshop
More information on events at: USD Career Services.
**Co-sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honor Society, and the Department of English.
- Application deadlines for both are: February 13, 2014. Open to all majors!
- SURE Award (Summer Undergraduate Research Experience). More info: www.sandiego.edu/sure, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- McNair Scholars Summer Research. More info: www.sandiego.edu/mcnairscholars/, or email: email@example.com.
Graduate School Opportunities
- USD Test Preparation Courses: Succeed on the LSAT, GMAT, GRE and SAT tests.
- Oregon State University: Master of Arts in English*: oregonstate.edu/cla/wlf/ma
- New York University: Master of Science in Professional Writing*: scps.nyu.edu/mspw/086
- University of York: English Literature Postgraduate Studies*: www.york.ac.uk/english.
- Fellowships at The Huntington*: www.huntington.org.
Writing ContestS/PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITIEs
- USD's Cropper Creative Writing Contest in Poetry & Prose. Our 2013-2014 contest has concluded. Look for more info in Fall 2014.
Arch Street Press is pleased to announce its annual prize for America's best college writer in the nonfiction category. The Arch Street Prize is designed to stimulate interest in writing across the country and to promote today's extraordinary young writers. Arch Street Press offers each winner a standard contract together with a mentoring program and $1,000 cash prize for his/her chosen manuscript of up to 5,000 words. Please see the Arch Street Press website for full rules and submission guidelines.*
- TheDailyConfidential.com: Looking for USD Writers! Work for a USD startup that is looking to give article and blog writers free exposure for their work! You will have your own section on our site and your articles will be featured on the front page! We have limited space for writers and you must have examples of previous writing. For more info contact: Josh@thedailyconfidential.com or 619-944-0697, or Leeran@thedailyconfidential.com or 858-603-3160.*
- Article “This Is Irrefutable Evidence Of The Value Of A Humanities Education,” by Carolyn Gregoire, January 28, 2014.*
- Article "Carlyle Co-Founder’s Formula for Success: Study the Humanities," by Chad Bray, January 23, 2014.*
- Article "Who Says Liberal Arts Majors Can't Make a Good Living?" by Sally Herships, January 22, 2014.*
- Article "How Liberal-Arts Majors Fare Over the Long Haul," by Beckie Supiano, January 22, 2014.*
- Article "To Work or Not to Work: 5 Jobs You Can Get With an English Degree," L.A. Times, January 9, 2014.*
- Article "For Better Social Skills, Scientists Recommend a Little Chekhov," by Pam Belluck, October 3, 2013.*
- Article "Why I Hire English Majors," by Steve Strauss, June 23, 2013.*
- Article on the Value of a Humanities Education: "Thinking About the Public," by Paula M. Krebs, April 5, 2013.*
- Article: "What Do Employers Really Want from College Grads?" by Amy Scott, March 4, 2013.*
- Article: "The High Cost of Poor Writing Skills," by Bill Kozel, October 16, 2009.*
- Etiquette Tip-of-the-Week: www.cultureandmanners.com/.* Sign up for a weekly tip!
- Etiquette Tip: How to Proof Your Email.*
- Etiquette Tip: When Texting is Vexing.*
- Etiquette Tip: Rules of Interviews and Alcohol. *
- Etiquette Tip: A Grateful Alternative.*
If you are an English Major/Minor Alumni, please share your career status with us and we will share here. Send to: English@sandiego.edu.
- Jamie Shea, 2013, is teaching third grade at a school that serves students from low-income backgrounds in North Carolina.
* Disclaimer: Paid and unpaid internship or job opportunities, and other information posted here for informational purposes only. The postings do not constitute an endorsement by the University of San Diego of the opinions or activities of the internship, job opportunity or information posted.