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Writing Jobs

Series like Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, and The Hunger Games spend decades on bestseller lists. Movies inspired by comic books break worldwide box office records. Markets are exploding for literary fiction, sci-fi and fantasy, poetry, screenplays, game narratives, historical fiction, fantasy series, podcasts and young adult fiction. To meet industry demand for exceptional writing skills infused with creativity, UW-Green Bay offers the first and only degree of its kind in the UW-System: The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Writing and Applied Arts. Our program professionalizes opportunities for writers in fields like literary and digital publishing, book editing, museum curation, writing for entertainment and community storytelling.

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Internship Opportunities

We partner with businesses on and off-campus to offer a variety of teaching assistantships, as well as internships in social media, podcasting, web design, copywriting, and editing to help build your portfolio and explore career options.

UWGB Teaching Press

Design, print, bind, and trim books for one of the few undergraduate-run publishing houses in the United States. As a staffer, Project Manager, Editor, or Designer, you’ll earn class credit working with clients to develop a project from brainchild to bookshelf.

Sheepshead Review

Want to be an editor? Here’s your chance—for class credit! Our internationally-distributed, full-color, award-winning journal of the arts publishes work by current UW-Green Bay students as well as, say, a high school illustrator living in South Korea or the Poet Laureate of New Zealand.

Fun and Games, Tears and Talks

Join our English department honorary, Sigma Tau Delta. Roll the dice at English Game Night. Laugh and cry in discussions with our LGBTQIA Book Group. Croon and swoon with the Poets and Songwriter Union.

Become a Phoenix

UW-Green Bay has excellent teachers, internships, research opportunities, and a great record of placing students into jobs and graduate programs. Learn More

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