Post-Graduation Nonsense: Why Liberal Arts at Work is an Essential Course for Liberal Arts Majors

When I first saw that the Liberal Arts at Work course was being offered, I was instantly interested in what the course exactly entailed. I didn’t have a plan for post-graduation and lacked professional information about jobs regarding my English/Creative Writing major. Once I looked at the description of the course, I knew it was… Read More Post-Graduation Nonsense: Why Liberal Arts at Work is an Essential Course for Liberal Arts Majors

Come Work for Us (or Not): My First Career Fair and How to Get Through Future Fairs

The University of Arkansas Career Fair for All Majors / Veterans Fair hosted by the University of Arkansas Career Services was an educational experience that served as a great introduction to the world of professionalism. This was the first career fair I had ever attended, so it was fresh and exciting to enter a room… Read More Come Work for Us (or Not): My First Career Fair and How to Get Through Future Fairs

What if Your Novel Doesn’t Sell: Analyzing the Application of Liberal Arts-Based Skill Sets in Traditional and Nontraditional Career Paths

Most of the time when I tell people that I am a English/Creative Writing major with a minor in Philosophy, the first response is usually “like writing for newspapers?” or “like an author?” These responses don’t really worry me because I want a career that is more writing-based than other skills. I will admit that… Read More What if Your Novel Doesn’t Sell: Analyzing the Application of Liberal Arts-Based Skill Sets in Traditional and Nontraditional Career Paths