April 9th: English Alumni Career Panel

dallashallcareer4th Annual SMU English Alumni Career Panel

Location: Dedman Life Science Building, Rm. 0131 Date: April 9, 2013 at 6pm.

Reception to follow in the Dallas Hall Reading Room at 7:30pm, ground floor.

So you’re an English major…now what? What career paths has your major prepared you for?

This career panel is designed to show you how the skills you learn as an English major can be of major benefit to you in the workforce and in your job search, expose you to a wide range of fields and industries you may not have considered, and introduce you to knowledgable alumni who will answer your questions and provide valuable networking contacts. Past English alumni panelists have come from fields as diverse as publishing/editing, finance, marketing, and medicine. Come take advantage of their expertise and get a head start on your future career!

Register for free! http://englishcareerpanel.eventbrite.com/

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2 Responses to April 9th: English Alumni Career Panel

  1. Rachel Cox says:

    Hello! My name is Rachel Cox, and I am a junior in high school at Westlake Academy (Westlake, TX). I have an interest in studying English (and communications) as a possible career and have expressed this to my English teacher at Westlake. She recently brought this English Alumni Career Panel at SMU to my attention and advised me that it would be good to attend. Both she and I understand that this panel is obviously for those who have completed their English majors, but I was wondering if I could just come and listen. This would be a great way for me to further determine whether or not this is something I’m really interested in doing; I would really appreciate it. Thank you for your time!

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