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Join the Department of English and the Center for Career Exploration and Success (CCES) for Spill the Tea: English Edition, an afternoon of career-development workshops followed by an alumni panel, on Tuesday, April 9 in Shriver’s Heritage Room. There will be prizes, swag, and delicious food!

This career event is open to students from all majors and minors, particularly those in the humanities. It’s an opportunity to work on networking skills while exploring employment opportunities in multiple different industries.  

  • Student Workshops - 1:15-2:35 PM, 2:50-4:10 PM
  • The first two segments of Spill the Tea: English Edition will consist of workshops for students with a Career Advisor from CCES.
  • Alumni Panel - 4:25-5:45 PM
  • Six alumni with English degrees will describe how their majors and/or minors prepared them for success in a variety of different fields and careers post-graduation, and how current students pursuing humanities majors and minors at Miami University can set themselves up for success.
  • Joe Creaghead ‘09 (English Literature)  

Grants and Communications Manager, The Christ Hospital Foundation

  • Allison Gnaegy ’15 (Strategic Communications, Professional Writing) 

Vice President, Social Media at Spectrum Science Communications

  • Oliver Greive ‘19 (Linguistics, Interactive Media Studies, French minor) 

Conversation Designer, Five9

  • Madison Hoehn ‘21 (English Literature, Creative Writing minor)  

Editor, Viident Co. Publishing

  • Amy Jones ‘07 (Interdisciplinary Studies, Literature minor)  

Editor-in-Chief, Writer’s Digest

  • Tony Jones ‘03 (Creative Writing)  

Co-Founder, Creative AI, and Instructor of AI Design, Pratt Institute

For more information about this event, please contact the Center for Career Exploration & Success at or 513-529-3831.

Miami University and the Center For Career Exploration and Success are committed to providing an inclusive and equitable experience. If you need disability-related accommodations  (e.g. interpreter, captioning, materials in an accessible format) to facilitate full participation please contact the Miller Center at least 2 business days prior to the event to ensure the smooth delivery of services by phone at 513-529-1541, TTY Relay at 7-1-1 or