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Summer/Autumn 2013
Catalog update:
May 15, 2013

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Writing & Publishing students can qualify for a variety of internships, receiving significant on-the-job experience in such areas as research, writing, editing, publishing, law, corporate communications, non-profit work, and library science. Students might locate an internship on their own or receive assistance from Prof. Chris Green, Coordinator of Professional Internships in Writing & Publishing. Quarterly Career Nights (featuring panels of professionals) and Career Workshops (emphasizing internship- and job-finding skills) will also enhance students' opportunities and experience.