Attending classes is only part of the language-learning experience. Often, students will commit to internships that give them the opportunity to communicate in their target language or interact with people from those cultures. Internships are also a great way to explore other interests and develop transferable skills. Here are some examples of places where students have interned:
"Through the Linfield study abroad program in Senegal, I completed an internship at a local Christian middle school called Cours Sainte Marie de Hann in Dakar, where I was placed in charge of 44 Senegalese students. I translated a French textbook and taught the students mathematics in English."
- Arielle Ramberg, '12, Math and Anthropology double major and Francophone African Studies minor