Offering students an opportunity to put what they learn in English, arts and humanities courses into practice in the world of work, this internship course will help to answer the question: “What can I do with my humanities degree”? An internship experience and related curriculum will allow our students to put into practice the skills they have developed in writing, communication, and critical thinking in their humanities courses. In addition to meeting course objectives, jointly developed specific learning outcomes will be selected and evaluated by English faculty, the worksite supervisor, and the student. Internship placements will be directly related to the student’s English or humanities program of study and provide learning experiences not available in the classroom setting. Prerequisite: ENGL 110 or ENGL111G or equivalent; completion of12 credits at Great Bay; GPA of 2.5 or greater; permission from English Department faculty. (Fulfils English or Humanities elective meets 200-level course requirement for the English major).