Join the English Department Placement Committee as guests working in secondary school teaching, digital humanities, writing programs, and/or as independent scholars, writers, and consultants share their thoughts on their trajectories and on humanistic engagement more broadly. How did they get where they are? How and in what ways did their PhDs in English matter? What kinds of pedagogy do they pursue? How to think beyond the tenure-track route when envisioning employment and engagement? How to foster (or join) communities, networks? Join Kesi Augustine (Bard Sequence at The Urban Assembly School of Music and Art), Nicholas Matlin (Tower Hill School, DE), Kit Nicholls (Director of the Center for Writing, Cooper Union), and Amanda Visconti (Managing Director of the Scholars’ Lab, University of Virginia) for a ranging discussion. Come with questions!