Oh, I don't know.... How about work for Google!! Just ask Lehla Kisor, one of our linguistics majors who will graduate this month and then start full-time with Google. She began with an internship over a year ago, and now she's got a fantastic career ahead of her!
Click here for more information: http://linguistics.byu.edu/SeniorJobSpotlight/
Dr. Mark Davies from the linguistics department at BYU just helped release the new BYU Wikipedia Corpus
We have just recently released the BYU Wikipedia Corpus, which is composed of 1.9 billion words in 4.4 million articles. With this new corpus, you can now search Wikipedia in the same way that you can search other corpora from BYU - by word and phrase, part of speech, variable strings, synonyms, comparisons of words, collocates, and concordance lines.
For more information see http://linguistics.byu.edu//news/692/
Linguistics and English Language Students
Check out the HCOLL 110 class designed to help prepare graduates for successful careers.
ALL MAJORS WELCOME
Fulfills the Social Science GE requirement
Places we will visit: Ireland, Wales, Scotland, England, plus 4 weeks in London
For more info contact: Professor Diane Strong-Krause, 4064 JFSB, email@example.com
Professor Marvin Gardner, 4045 JFSB, firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to apply: http://kennedy.byu.edu/english-language-in-britain/