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U-M English Alumni Career Profiles

One of the questions asked most often by undergraduate students either pursuing a degree in English or considering doing so is, “What can I do with a Bachelor of Arts in English?” Knowing that the career possibilities for English concentrators are as numerous as they are varied—a  concept perhaps best represented by the sheer breadth and diversity of the careers chosen by the U-M English alumni—the department began assembling this website to address this question by way of example. Through offering a number of profiles of U-M English alumni, working in a range of fields and at various stages of career development, the hope is to show the value a degree in English has in achieving rewarding and successful careers.

The Project:
Working with the Director of the Undergraduate Program and support staff, a web application was created to display a range of alumni profiles and allow the submission and publication of new profiles. All profiles are cross listed and and can be browsed either by simple paging, by career field, or by related profiles/career fields. Additionally, all profiles are administered and published—as all submitted profiles are subject to review prior to being displayed on the site—by program support staff in a secured, backend section of this web application. Anthony was responsible for all design and development for this application/site.

For more information or to view the program website, click here.

 

 
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U-M English Alumni Career Profile Website
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