Welcome to the English Program at Cabrillo College.
Juan Felipe Herrera
Creative Writing Workshop--This Friday!
Meet in room 322, Aptos Campus--please be on time--3:00 pm.
Light snacks and water will be provided.
On Friday, April 18th from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Juan Felipe Herrera, the first Latino California Poet Laureate, will hold a creative writing workshop for 20 Cabrillo College students. Complete the following application if you would like to participate.
Application deadline EXTENDED! Apply by Wednesday, April 16th
Students majoring in English at Cabrillo may take courses in composition, critical thinking, research writing, creative writing, journalism, film, teaching and tutoring techniques, and a wide range of literature courses, including British and American surveys, Mythology and Folklore, Children's Literature, World Literature, and studies of Chicana/o-Latina/o, Native American, African American, and Latin American poetry and prose.These courses help students to write effectively and persuasively, to hone their critical thinking skills, and to cultivate their understanding and appreciation of literature in the context of culture.Majoring in English leads directly to careers in teaching, journalism, publishing and editing, technical writing, public relations, and advertising.It is also excellent preparation for careers in law, communications, government, and a variety of business environments.
|Chair:||Dr. Adela Najarro|