If you're just getting started, you might want to reflect on all of the classes and/or activities you enjoy and then look for occupations where you can continue to build upon those interests.
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Each Spotlight on Careers industry page includes links to industry-specific job and internship posting sites.
One of the best ways to find out more about careers, industries and roles is to speak with alumni.
Its best-known faculty member currently is Nicholas Delbanco, a prolific novelist and essayist, as well as editor of works by the famous novelists Bernard Malamud and John Gardner.
The Program is also the sponsor of the Zell Visiting Writers series, which brings distinguished visitors to the campus from around the country and the world.
Here are some resources for career exploration and research: As discussed under possible career paths, there are many opportunities that might be a good match for you.
Based on historical destination data and national trends, the following Handshake shortcuts have been created to link you directly to descriptions of and opportunities in industries of interest to English and creative writing majors.
The Program is small and highly selective (only eight MFA students are enrolled each year).
First-year students receive practical training by working as Editorial Assistants for The Writing Seminars is a two-year residency program.