Internships are a great way to apply your classroom learning in hands-on professional experience. Students in the English Department regularly intern at KDUR Community Radio, the Indy, Indy Online, or other local newspapers, the Durango Independent Film Festival, or other organizations in and around Durango. Learn more about internship opportunities by talking with English Department faculty or contacting Career Services.
The world’s greatest writers all work with editors. It gets difficult to know how a reader will interpret the words we’ve been laboring over, reading and rereading, deleting and rewriting. The Peer Education Center is a resource available to all students working on a writing project. You can get support at any point in the writing process:
Read more about the Peer Education Center.
You may be able to offset the cost of college with departmental scholarships. The following scholarships are available to students in the English Department:
Scholarships range from $100 to $1000 dollars, and applications are due February 1, unless otherwise noted in the application information. Apply for scholarships.
Images Magazine is our student run literary magazine publishing original artwork literary pieces created by FLC students and faculty.
The Independent serves the FLC community with a bi-weekly print publication, the Independent News Magazine, and its digital arm, the Indy Online.
KDUR offers locally produced music and public affairs programs in service to the Four Corners region, as well as syndicated national programming such as BBC World News, Democracy Now!, and This Way Out, to name just a few. Listen to KDUR online or spin the dial to 91.9 or 93.9 FM.
Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honor society, supports English students in creating a network of scholars devoted to the study of literature, language and writing, and honoring the contributions that such scholars make through their work. Contact Dr. Jennifer Gehrman to get involved in the FLC chapter.