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Internships & Careers

Skills you build as an English major 

Writing and communication are the most often used in the work place. Analytical skills were also used quite often and in a variety of ways. The study of literature, although necessary for teaching and research, has given many students greater insights while pursuing other careers and a better understanding of the world in general.

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Cameron Vakilian

Cameron Vakilian

Director of Experiential Learning
College of Humanities 

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English Career Placements

  • Trial Attorney 
  • Audit Associate (Accountant)
  • Director of Digital Marketing
  • People and Culture Recruiter
  • Morning News Producer
  • Coordinating Technical Writer/Editor
  • Vice President of Learning and Development
  • Culture and Music Reporter
  • Electrical Engineering Technician
  • Fraud Investigator (Goldman Sachs)
  • Grant Programs Coordinator
  • Editor
  • Search Engine Optimization Strategist
  • Quest Designer at Amazon Games
  • Document Preservation Specialist (
  • Director of Brand Marketing
  • Young Adult Librarian
  • Senior Event and Venue Specialist
  • Customer Success Strategist



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Where are They Now

Hailey Danielson wearing a blazer that is half black. The other half is white with abstract faces. She has long brown hair with clear glasses and smiling at the camera.

Hailey Danielson
Producer at KSTU

Bachelor of Arts, English Language and Literature Honors

Nicholas Goudsmit wearing a navy blue polo shirt smiling at the camera. He has short reddish-brown hair and a short beard.

Nicholas Goudsmit
Editorial Specialist, Class Report Office, Harvard Alumni Association

Bachelor of Arts, English

Last Updated: 4/3/24