How can a grad student in English build a resume and make herself employable while in school?
I'm looking for suggestions on part time jobs, internships, or volunteer opportunities a graduate student in English literature could use to build some non-Ivory Tower credentials in case a future tenured position is not on the horizon.
You can approach some local libraries, or start writing your own material for publications, I would suggest your to contact few publishers and know about their interests.
I would also suggest writing quality material/hubs here, commenting on hubs, and putting this on a resume.
Your hubs here are essentually published and yours. Make them really good and tell an employer about hubpages.
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