English Majors have enjoyed success in searching for highly competitive fellowships.
- Emily Bernard ’15 won a Larson International Fellowship to follow Lord Byron’s travels through Greece and Spain and write a sequence of poems in response to Don Juan.
- Halah Mohammed ’14 won a Watson Fellowship to travel and study Spoken Word in the United Kingdom, South Africa, and the United Arab Emirates (2014). Read an interview with her about it.
- Jonathan Lin ’13 won a Neil Isaacs and Frank Wright ’50 Fellowship in Investigative Journalism (2013). Read an interview with him about it.
You could be next.
- Want to loaf and invite your soul, like Walt Whitman? Apply for the David C. Donelson ’77 Fund.
- Prefer “collaboration, creativity and camaraderie”? Get some buddies together and try for a Four Friends Fellowship.
- Fancy expanding that Austen paper by studying her manuscripts in the British Library? Consider a Class of 1963 Research Fellowship.
- Have to visit Dublin to write that short story? Think about an Independent Research Fellowship.
Think English Majors don’t get internships? Think again!
See some of the internships English Majors have recently held.
For help on finding an internship or externship, visit the Career Center.