Careers & Internships

Careers & Internships

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Build your credentials and shape your experience.

There’s no greater way to satisfy your curiosity than by jumping in and getting your feet wet. The Department of English has relationships with reputable and exciting companies looking for inquisitive and ambitious students to fulfill internship roles, summer jobs, and more.

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Internships

Take your English or Film Studies knowledge and put it to work with volunteer opportunities, paid internships, and internships for credit.

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Education Abroad

We may be in the heartland of America, but we are committed to bringing global perspectives to our students in and out of the classroom. Students from the Department of English travel the world for diverse and eye-opening experiences.

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Careers in English

Read the world today to land your dream job tomorrow. Learn why English majors are the hot new hires, or check out job listings in English and Film Studies.

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Getting Started

Recommendations for interested students
  1. Schedule a meeting with Career Services to learn about additional internship opportunities.
  2. Schedule a meeting with the English Undergraduate Advisor to discuss your career and internship interests.
  3. Log on to Husker Hire Link to view internship updates. Also, check websites and listings updated on this page.
  4. Attend Fall, Spring, or Non-Profit/Public Service Career Fairs to learn about local and national opportunities
  5. Decide what type of internship experience fits best with your professional plans and which semester you would like to gain the experience.
  6. If you request to earn credit, consult with the English Undergraduate Advisor about credit options. For ENGL 495 credit, complete the Internship Contract Form available at 201 Andrews Hall. Note: ENGL 495 requires that you find a supervising faculty member. If you need assistance identifying an appropriate faculty member, contact the English Undergraduate Advisor and/or the Vice Chair.

Select Internship/Experience Categories

Digital Humanities
Writing
Education
Film Studies
Library and Information Science
Museum Studies
Editing & Publishing