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Life After Linfield

Where do you see yourself after graduation?

For Modern Languages majors, the possibilities are endless. While most of our graduates pursue teaching careers around the globe, some find their calling in other areas. Here are example careers graduates have had:

  • Consular officer of the U.S. Embassy in Lusaka, Zambia
  • Teaching assistant with the French Ministry of Education
  • Teaching assistant with the Austrian Ministry of Education
  • Assistant Professor of German at Ithaca College
  • English instructor at ELS Language Centers
  • Instructor at the English Language Institute/China
  • Japanese Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program participant
  • Volunteer for Teach for America
  • High school algebra teacher in Mexico City

Attending graduate school is another option. Graduates typically major in the same language or in similar areas such as international relations and linguistics. Here are some schools our students have been accepted to:

  • University of Innsbruck, Austria (Fulbright Award)
  • Harvard School of Law (German)
  • Webster University, Vienna-Austria (German)
  • University of Wisconsin (German)
  • Seattle University (French)
  • Boston University (Japanese)
  • University of Washington (Japanese)
  • Loyola University, Maryland (Japanese)
  • Keio University, Japan
  • Waseda University, Japan
  • Hult International Business School (Chinese Studies)