Class of 2015
Hometown: Nescopeck, PA
Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders & Minor in Spanish
How will foreign language impact your future? As a Speech-Language Pathologist, I will be working with individuals to improve their speech and communication skills. Through this practice, it is possible that I will encounter clients whose primary language is Spanish and are learning to speak English. The knowledge that I have gained and the experiences that I have had with the Spanish language will aid me in working with these clients. I believe that knowing a foreign language will lead to opportunities in my future that I would have otherwise been unlikely to experience.
Class of 2017
Hometown: Mountain Top, PA
Major: Spanish/French Secondary Education
How will foreign language impact your future? Foreign language is my future. I am so excited to be able to spread my love of languages to other students. After I master Spanish and French, I am sure I will begin learning even another language.
Class of 2017
Hometown: Gouldsboro, PA
Major: Double Major with Social Work & Spanish
How will foreign language impact your future? The ability to communicate with Spanish-speaking individuals will be very valuable as I pursue a career in social work!
Class of 2014
Hometown: Flemington, NJ
Major: Spanish (K-12) and Mathematics (Secondary Education)
Activities: World Language Club
Marywood Memory: Immersion day, Study Abroad in Valencia, Spain
The limits of my language are the limits of my world. ‒Ludwig Wittgenstein
Class of: 2014/2015
Major: Spanish & Biology with Minor in English
Activities at Marywood: Honors Program, World Language Club
“The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn, like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars.” -Jack KerouacWatch my favorite Marywood Memory!
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