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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: The Spanish department fostered my passion for social movements in Latin America in a way that only language acquisition can.
Emily McClintock '14: I would not be where I am nor would I be as effective a teacher as I am without the department, professors and courses.
Kelsey Briggs '15: as an important actor for effective cultural preservation, I became more critical of "non-invasive" anthropological methods.
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