English Department graduates work in
Graduates of the English major with a minor in Secondary Education are working as teachers in many Massachusetts middle and high schools in communities such as Ashland, Bellingham, Fitchburg, Framingham, Holliston, Milford, and Waltham.
Journalism and Writing
Recent graduates of the English major with a Journalism concentration are employed full time as reporters on local newspapers such as The MetroWest Daily News, The Concord Minuteman, The Waltham Tribune, The Shrewsbury Chronicle, and The Winchester Star. Graduates of the program also work as newspaper or magazine editors and in layout and production. Outside of the Journalism field, recent graduates have found positions in a government agency, and in business, marketing, sales, public relations, and publishing.
Graduates of the English Department have attended New England School of Law, Western New England School of Law, and Suffolk Law School.
Graduates of the English major have taken positions as School Librarian Assistants and Library Technicians.
Recent graduates with careers in public relations include Event Project Coordinators, a Marketing Coordinator, and a Fundraiser.