English students are encouraged to supplement their course work with experience on the job. Internships and cooperative education placements help to develop entry-level skills and build portfolios. Internships can earn 1-4 hours of credit, depending on the number of hours worked per semester.
Meredith English students have worked as interns at a variety of locations, including:
In addition, students gain hands-on experience helping to write, edit and produce three publications: the Meredith Herald, the Colton Review and Oak Leaves.
What exactly is a cult film? And why are they so popular? Associate Professor of English (and cult film aficionado) Alisa Johnson answers these questions and more in this episode of The Meredith Minute.