The English Department Internship Program
What a student will do with their degree in English after graduation is often the source of comedians' jokes, parents' concern, and students' confusion but in fact employers know that the ability to think analytically and express yourself lucidly are eminently marketable skills. Contrary to popular opinion, the options for graduates with a degree in English are various and many. You may well be surprised at the range and variety of career fields that welcome prospective hires with the demonstrated ability to analyze, organize, and clearly express their ideas in writing.
Or perhaps you're already well aware of the value of your skills and have set clear goals for your future but now you're looking for a way to enhance your resume and give yourself that step up in the search for your first job?
Either way, Rhet 495 The English Department Internship Program could be among the most important classes of your academic career, providing you with practical knowledge, "real world" experience, and invaluable contacts.
Click on "Students" listed under "Internships" on the left hand tool bar
on this page to begin exploring the rest of the site pages.
Found an internship after you went home for the summer?
It may still be possible during May & June to apply for credit.
must find their own placements and apply to Rhet 495 to receive university credit for those internships. Information is available on this site for
Through the Sodexo Internship Fund students may receive up to $5,000 to defray the cost of lost income as a result of pursuing an unpaid internship.
Click on "Students" listed under "Internships" on the left hand tool bar on this page to begin exploring the rest of the site pages.
There is no specific cut-off date for qualified majors to apply to Rhet 495 to receive academic credit for a summer term internship but it is simpler to make those arrangements before leaving Binghamton for the summer. On the other hand, many desirable internships have early deadlines for applying for their positions so don't delay beginning your search.
For internships in the Binghamton area during the Fall Semester, you apply first to the program and the program will help to facilitate a placement for you. Click on "Students" listed under "Internships" on the left hand tool bar on this page to learn more and to access an application.
The DEADLINE FOR FALL 2013 INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS
has officially passed but good placements may well still be available.
Read over the program information on this site and contact Prof. Gelineau about available opportunities.
Sponsors interested in offering an internship opportunity to English majors can find basic information about our program by clicking on Sponsors on the left navigation bar, and then contacting Christine Gelineau, the program director.