Spanish Lynk: Classroom to Career

Connections across languages and cultures

In addition to off-campus learning such as Community-Based Learning, study abroad, internships, and volunteering, students also work on e-portfolios, attend panels with alumnae, apply to graduate school in order to prepare for their future paths.  Students emerge from our programs with a more informed perspective and range of opportunities that have changed and vitally influenced their career and life directions.

Ye Li '11, Graduate Student
Ye Li '11: one of my proudest achievements during my undergraduate journey is my thesis in Spanish.
Photo of Maria Correa and Spanish Language Floor residents
Maria Correa FP '16 shares her responsibilities and challenges as the Community Advisor of a Language Living Learning program.
As a Mount Holyoke student, Sara R. Haviland ’03 interviewed life-long civil rights activists for her thesis — leading to a doctorate and her first book.