English majors have pursued internships in a variety of fields and locations, depending upon student interest and placement opportunities. Students in the past have completed rewarding internships at publishing houses, art centers, museums, and an international toy company, just to name a few.
Students enroll in English 3810 or English 4810 and receive academic credit for their internships, oftentimes gaining experiences that complement and augment their in-class studies. Internships can be set up for a range of credits, depending on the degree of the intern’s responsibilities, and quite often students complete their internship experiences over the summer, thus not delaying a timely graduation.
Castleton’s Career Services is available to help you at any stage of your internship hunt.
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When it comes to career planning and finding rewarding jobs, the field of English is misunderstood. The potential an English major holds is much more plentiful that you might first assume. Like English majors around the country, Castleton English majors find interesting and rewarding jobs after graduation, very often in fields they could not anticipate.
A few current titles of Castleton English major graduates:
For more information regarding prospective jobs for an English major please see the below listed recent articles:
Write product descriptions and feature bulleted lists for items in our store that will be sold on our website. Ability to research product on vendor website or online resource and write keyword rich short descriptions is a must. Majors interested in creative writing or copyrighting. Unpaid. Spring time.
Contact Name: Nate Fineberg
Phone: (802) 773-7515
171 US Route 4 E, Rutland VT, 05701
Work with the Director and Board on public programming, volunteer outreach and research. Duties will include assisting with education programs and public events, assist with children's camps, greet site visitors and conduct garden walks. Start your own educational program, complete a research project and assist with interpretive exhibits. Tuesdays- Saturdays some evenings and some Sundays, stipend of $2,500. Summer.Website
We are a 69 year-old, family-owned business looking for exceptional students to complement their education with hands-on experience to a broad range of occupations. The Vermont Country Store’s 10-week internship program is designed for interns to learn on the job and take those meaningful skills to future employment. On-the-job training is coupled with learning how we service and take part in our community, an extraordinary quality that many companies value. Internships available in creative services, finance, marketing and E commerce, community and philanthropy, human resources, product development and supply and operations and retail.To Apply
Contact Name: Chrispin White
All interns will have opportunity to participate in and/or lead in organizational apparatus development and voter/candidate pledge garnering. Internships will be tailored, however, to the interests, skills, and career plans of the accepted intern.
Contact Name: Sondra Mendelson
37 Maryland Avenue, Unit 445
Rockville, MD 20850