What are you
doing after graduation?
Wackerle Career and Leadership Center.
What can I do with an English major?
Thinking of graduate school?
Peterson's Guide to Graduate Schools
The Graduate Record Exam (GRE)
The General Test
(administered daily by computer at select locations)
The Subject Test: Literature in
(administered three times annually: October, November, and
Want information to help evaluate career options?
BrainTrack Career Resources
Thinking of law school?
Annika Hagley, director of the pre-law program.
The LSAT (administered in
October, December, and February)
School Admissions Council (LSAC)
want a job or internship in publishing.
Michelle Kim in the
Wackerle Center for password information)
www.iscpa.org (ISCPA Online Career Center)
What about the
Considering working for a non-profit? See
"Idealist is a
Action Without Borders,
a nonprofit organization
in 1995 with offices in the
United States and Argentina. Idealist is an
interactive site where people and
organizations can exchange resources and
ideas, locate opportunities and supporters,
and take steps toward building a world where
people can lead free and dignified lives."
provides non-profit job listings both
domestic and abroad, volunteer
job fairs, and much more.
What about studying abroad with a
Fulbright Scholarship for
Fulbright Program "is the largest U.S. international
exchange program offering opportunities for students,
scholars, and professionals to undertake international
graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and
teaching in elementary and secondary schools worldwide."
Professor Mary Bruce, the
Monmouth College Fulbright Program Advisor or your advisor
for more information.
What about library science/ becoming a librarian?
American Library Associationís
(ALA) Education and Careers Information
ALA Accredited Institutions
ALA Career Paths
ALA Education Paths
English overseas (Education degree not
volunteering abroad for
between two and twelve weeks (at your own expense)?
Other professional and occupational resources: