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Careers in the Arts and Humanities are Plentiful, and they Pay
It baffles me to hear parents tell their kids that art is a hobby, not a career; that you can’t make good money with a degree in English. Wasn’t it just yesterday evening that these same adults binged…
NEW FREE GUIDEBOOK! What can a student do with a degree in the arts and humanities?
Arts and Humanities. Don’t Leave College Without Them! This is not the advice most often heard among students. We all know not to leave college without a plan, a skill-set, a career path, but without the arts…
The Team that Makes Dreams Come True
What are the multiple professions that bring the company Disney To Life today? Business As Usual When thinking of giant corporations that seem to shape the world today, what companies come to mind? Is it Amazon? Apple? Perhaps…
Calling all Confused Students!
Imagine you are laying back in a field of green grass, the breeze is sweeping the hair across your face while the sun is beating down onto your cheeks. You look around to see a red and brown…
Tips That Will Help You Start a Successful Music Career
For most of the old generation that enjoyed its young age in the 20th century, music was never considered an actual career path that one could follow but done by those with passion. Fast forward to the 21st…
Mapping Career Pathways for Writers
Writing is a profession with a host of exciting opportunities. And Zippia created this useful career map to provide an overview of potential pathways over a ten year stretch. This image is re-printed here with permission from Zippia,…
The Humanities are where Many Leaders Got There Start
“The humanities are where many future leaders, communicators, scholars, CEOs, storytellers, creatives, directors, writers and entrepreneurs come to get their start. While the disciplines of the humanities themselves are distinct,…
How User Experience is Driving the Hiring of More Liberal Arts Majors
The software company Infosys is hiring Liberal Arts majors. In fact 20-30% of its future workforce are Liberal Arts majors. Why? Because their technology solutions are built on user experiences,…
The Study of Humanities: An Even Bigger “Dividend”
“The value of humanities-educated individuals is more than the money they make and the goods and services they produce. It is about the problems they help solve … The need…
“Three ‘I’s for improving your doctoral education in the humanities: innovate, inform and internship. “
In “Humanities Departments after the Fall”, Alfredo Cumera, Gilman Research Fellow at Johns Hopkins University, offers graduate students wise advice to expand how they think about their humanities degrees and how graduate programs can support students to expand their…
The Rising Opportunities of a Career in Writing
Despite declining numbers for arts and humanities majors, jobs for writers (according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics site) are still growing at 2%, but jobs in film producing and editing are expected to grow from 9-11% faster…
Want Your Kids to Have a Secure Future? Invest in a Liberal Arts Education
It’s no secret that the dynamics surrounding higher education and post-college employment are changing fast these days. The interconnected world we live in is also changing at a quick pace….
What Daniel Pink Thinks About the Importance of the Arts and Humanities
This is the first of a series of interviews with extraordinary people who are using their skills and training as artists and humanists to improve their communities, challenge assumptions, and…
Why Success Depends on Your Ability to Tell Stories
“Elon Musk and Steve Jobs are both known for their seemingly mystical power to distort reality. What gives them this ability isn’t a quirk of a charismatic leader; it’s a…
We Are: Arts and Humanities
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Where Can You Work With A Degree in Arts or Humanities?: You Decide!
Wanna Become A Cook?: Eat Your Words!
Eat Your Words! is a New York 6 Think Tank Project of Tessa Jane “Flash” Kalinosky, with help from Professor Beck Krefting, Professor Dan Nathan, and Photographer Liv Anderson (and friends who eat the food she make). Tessa…
What’s Your Major? Exploring the Arts and Humanities ~ a student-run workshop
This past week, I hosted an event called, “What’s Your Major? Exploring the Arts and Humanities.” Originally, I had planned to host an alumni panel event at Union and invite students to come and hear from successful graduates…
Why Climate Change Needs English Majors
“In apparently the first course of its kind, UCSB is offering a class in the English department entitled, The Rhetoric of Climate Change. The course employs traditional tools for literary…
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