To Intern or Not to Intern, That is the Question

The answer to this is yes! Internships can be very valuable because they show employers that you have experience; they can determine whether or not you get a job. Some places of employment look for people with prior experience in that field; internships can provide that experience. Depending on the type of internship it is, it could turn into a career.

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The Fun Part: Picking Out Classes

Deciding on a major and picking out a college were the stressful parts of the process. Now, the fun part begins: it’s time to pick out classes. For me, this was the most exciting part of college. I loved looking over the class description and seeing what I would be learning. Unfortunately, this is my last semester, and I won’t be picking out new classes anymore.

Depending on what type of English degree you’re getting, you’ll need to pick classes that will benefit you the most. For example, I am getting an English degree in the writing track. Hence, many of my classes have a lot of writing.

My Classes

I also had to select classes that would benefit me most in the workforce. So, I chose to take a lot of technical writing classes. I learned how to write memos, how to write grant proposals, how to write research proposals, how to write procedural documents, etc. My adviser told me those skills were extremely valuable to potential employers.

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English At A Glance

Some people may be wondering why studying English is a good idea. Some people may think that English majors can only get a job as a teacher. Others will say, “English students won’t be able to get a good job. They should study a subject where they have a better chance at getting a good, high paying job. For example: Math, Science, Medicine, or Law”. However, they don’t realize how much a degree in English has to offer.

My blog will focus on what studying English is like and getting jobs related to that degree. However, it is important to tell you  about my decision to major in English.

Why I Majored in English

It took me a while to decide what I wanted to study in college. I had dreams and aspirations of doing something worthwhile and meaningful. I also wanted to study something I love and was passionate about.

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