English majors learn to synthesize information and to present their ideas and opinions skillfully. They find employment in fields where the sophisticated use of language is necessary for advancement. Many graduates go on to postgraduate study, not only in writing, film studies and literature, but in medicine, law, education, journalism and business. In today’s job market, as job titles and responsibilities shift constantly, English majors have an advantage because they are used to analyzing situations critically and communicating the results effectively.
Job choices for English majors go beyond the obvious options of teaching, attending graduate school, or becoming a writer, because graduates also excel in many other areas. English majors have learned how to write, analyze material, and communicate effectively, so they work in many different fields, including broadcasting, sales and marketing, management, government and entertainment.
The Writing Center at CU Denver In partnership with the CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center and the Office of Case Management Presents:
An interactive workshop series Join us for one or all three free workshops exploring what it means to engage with our personal traumas, and pursue healing, through story. All are welcome!!
• April 29: On Time
North Classroom 4014 | 2:00 – 3:30PM
REGISTER HERE: TINYURL.COM/WCHEALING
Young Writers Camps: https://clas.ucdenver.edu/denverwritingproject/summer-institute We offer four different Young Writers Camps for grades 2nd - 12th. Two camps are offered on the Auraria Campus.
Teachers: https://clas.ucdenver.edu/denverwritingproject/summer-institute The Invitational Summer Institute (ENGL 5110) is a 3-week, intensive program where teachers of writing K-16 work as a community to improve their personal writing and writing instruction. The 2018 Summer Institute Guest Authors (2019 Guest Authors TBA) Nicole Piasecki. Nicole Piasecki is a creative nonfiction writer and scholar. She teaches undergraduate writing at the University of Colorado Denver and facilitates community writing workshops throughout the United States.
The Advanced Institute: https://clas.ucdenver.edu/denverwritingproject/advanced-institute The Advanced Institute is a 1-week program where teachers of writing K-16 work in a community on writing and writing instruction with an emphasis on developing teacher leadership. The DWP will provide a certificate for completion of 35 hours of professional development. You have the option to enroll for 3 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for an additional cost of $100.
If you are interested in joining any of our working groups, please contact Cathy Casper, and she will connect you with the group leader. We can always use more help creating impactful opportunities for students and teachers. For more information, you can also go to DWP Website.