CLAS Major Spotlight on Literatures, Cultures & Languages

Wondering about your career options related to Literatures, Cultures, & Languages? Come learn from and network with UConn alumni and industry professionals as they talk about their career experiences. This career conversation event will bring together a small group of students with alumni for an intimate, informal career discussion. Space is limited so RSVP is encouraged but not required. More info here.

Exploring Careers in Languages
Thursday, February 19
5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Austin Building, Room 413 

For more information on the Literatures, Cultures, & Languages Department, go to the department’s website, or check out this list of what UConn alumni have done with their Literature, Culture, and Languages degrees, and the What Can I do with My Major guides included below:

Where are they now? (Alumni job titles and companies):
Study Abroad Advisor, Brown University
U.S. Fullbright Research Fellow
English Teacher
Attorney
Pricing Analyst at Travelers
Program Officer at Combined Jewish Philanthropies
Digital Marketing Contractor
Data Specialist at Twitter
President at International Center for Research on Women
Finance Director, Europe at Nielsen
Assistant Community Editor at The Day
Project Coordinator at Oakland Museum of California
Senior Media Strategist at Media Partnership

What Can I Do With My Major Guides
Not sure what to major in? Are you wondering how your Literature, Cultures, & Languages major will connect to potential careers? The Center for Career Development’s What Can I Do with My Major guides include resources about CLAS majors, related career titles, UConn clubs and activities, and professional associations.

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By Emily Merritt
Emily Merritt Career Consultant, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Emily Merritt