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.

 Emily McGranachan '12 at the Marcha de la Diversidad Sexual, Santiago, Chile, 2011.
Emily McGranachan '12: I frequently think about my experience traveling and living internationally when talking about LGBTQ rights and the global movement
Margaret Murdock
Margaret Murdock ' 18 :One of the most critical parts of research is being able to communicate what you learn and discover.
 Emily McGranachan  '12 at the Madres de Plaza de Mayo
Emily McGranachan '12: The Spanish department fostered my passion for social movements in Latin America in a way that only language acquisition can.