What's After Graduation for WLC Students?
Many areas of business, industry, and government service consider a language background a career must. Recent graduates of the department have been employed in a variety of fields including translation, education, governmental and non-governmental organizations. Here are just a few examples of what recent WLC graduates are doing:
- Teaching Assistant for the French Ministry of Education and the Cultural Services in the Aix-Marseille Academy in France
- Instructor, Georgetown University Center of Language Education and Development
- Teaching abroad in Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, Peru, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, Turkey, Ukraine, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Moldova, Switzerland, and Thailand
- Department of State
- National Security Agency
- Organization of American States
- International Organization for Migration
- International Development Bank
- Translator at CETRA, Inc., translation agency and corporate member of the American Translators Association
- Middlebury College
- University of Bath and Humboldt Universitat in Berlin
- George Washington University
- University of Miami: School of Law
- University of Texas-Austin
- Universidad de Carlos III in Madrid
- Erez Naaman authored “Authorship and Unity of the Classical Arabic Poem through the Lens of Collaborative Composition.”
- Amelia Tseng wrote "Advancing a sociolinguistics of complexity: Spanish-speaking identities in Washington, DC."
- Naima Hachad wrote "Revisionary Narratives: Moroccan Women’s Auto/Biographical and Testimonial Acts."
- View more research and publications from WLC faculty.