English

Narrative Practice Minor

A Narrative Practice Minor prepares students to pursue business, medicine, and other careers using the power of stories to change organizations and communities.

Narrative Practice minors develop their:
  • Creativity
  • Problem Solving
  • Critical Thinking
  • Program Building
  • Leadership
  • Community Connections
Narrative Practice Minor Planning Worksheets with Integrations Curriculum for:
Mission Statement

The Narrative Practice Minor provides students with the skills to deliver community-based interventions using creative-writing based narrative practices: activities and frames which allow participants to convey their stories with the structure and audience that art provides. This minor equips students to help their communities – professional, local, and other – respond with language that provides new and useful ways to address the complexity of the challenges they face

If you have questions regarding our new Narrative Practice Minor, please contact Chris Bolin at [email protected] or 320-363-3104.
Contact the English Department
College of Saint Benedict
Saint John’s University

Yvette South
Chair, English Department
320-363-3089

Catherine Rupp
Department Coordinator
SJU Quad 355A
320-363-3552