Spanish students benefit from courses that are designed to expand one's knowledge and understanding of the language, cultures and perceptions of the Spanish-speaking world. Our students are all over the map enjoying various careers. Our graduates have continued their studies at some of the top universities including Indiana University and Monterey Institute of International Studies. They work for travel companies, televisions stations, schools and a few are even translators.
Teach English Abroad
CIEE and other programs
Spending a year or more teaching English in a Spanish-speaking country can lead to many benefits. You can continue to improve your Spanish language skills while improving leadership skills and gaining work experience. Teaching English abroad also presents many opportunities to travel and explore new cities.
CIEE offers opportunities to teach in Chile and Spain, but there are various other organizations and programs in which one can teach English abroad. VolunQuest, The International TEFL Academy, and Maximo Nivel are just a few of the many options.CIEE
Villanova Graduate Program
An M.A. in Hispanic Studies from Villanova prepares students to become Spanish teachers ready to teach AP literature courses, and/or to pursue Ph.D. work, providing the basis of Literary and Linguistic Studies.Learn More
Catholic University of America Graduate Programs
Hispanic Literatures and Cultures
The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at The Catholic University of America offers M.A. and Ph.D. programs in Hispanic Literatures and Cultures. The curriculum is designed to provide students with the necessary critical and theoretical tools to understanding Hispanic cultural production.Learn More
Bilingual Customer Service Positions Available
U.S. Bank is currently seeking individuals who are fluent in Spanish to work in their call center taking Customer Service phone calls. They are hiring for classes that start in either March, April or May 2015. Classes are 7 weeks long, Monday through Friday, from 8-4:30 p.m.
To apply, follow the link below and apply to job #150004157. Email any questions to: email@example.com.Apply Here!
Volt Workforce Solutions
Hiring for Bi-Lingual Process Executive
Volt has exciting opportunities to join a growing company as a Bi-Lingual Process Executive. This role encompasses customer service, administrative and billing support for the world’s largest software company right here in Fargo! If you are a recent college graduate or have equivalent work experience and can speak and write fluently in both English Spanish, we have positions available with opportunities for advancement. As a Process Executive, you will work as part of a team to ensure operations run smoothly and provide business to business support. If you are interested please email your resume to Jennifer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 701-271-3300.
Daily tasks may include:
- Responding to inquiries through online chat, phone and email.
- Troubleshoot data and system issues.
- Complete special projects.
- Enter new data into multiple systems.
- Handling escalations and prioritizing caseloads accordingly.
- 4-year degree Business degree or relevant work experience preferred.
- Must be able to speak fluently and effectively write in Spanish and English.
- Must be detail oriented and highly organized.
- Self-starter with ability to work independently.
- Strong problem solving skills.
VOLT is an Equal Opportunity Employer.Visit Volt Workforce Solutions Online
U.S. Department of State
Consular Adjudicator – U.S. Citizens fluent in Spanish
Use your Spanish language skills as a Consular Adjudicator and contribute to a more democratic, secure and prosperous world.
With Latin America growing at a rapid pace, the U.S. Department of State needs U.S. citizens, with a high level of fluency in Spanish, to work as limited non-career appointment (LNA) Consular Adjudicators at high-volume posts.
As a Consular Adjudicator, you will use your exceptional customer-service, interpersonal and communication skills to make sound judgments about foreign nationals who want to travel to the United States.
Through conducting one-on-one interviews and reviewing supporting documentation, you will determine who meets the requirements for entry into the United States. In this critical border security function, you are on the front lines of preventing fraud, combating trafficking in persons and protecting U.S. borders. You may have additional duties including service to American citizens abroad and general assistance to U.S. Embassy and Consulate activities.
To meet these challenges, we are looking for motivated, culturally aware, adaptable, problem-solvers who have sound judgment and can retain their composure during stressful circumstances. Your language skills are critical in the ability to effectively represent America to the world.
Initially, these appointments are for a period of 27 months, and then renewable for up to five years, based on satisfactory performance and the needs of the Foreign Service. This appointment will not lead to further employment with the U.S. Department of State or conversion to another form of employment. You may apply to other U.S. Department of State career opportunities through the standard application processes.
For specific requirements, and to apply, please visit http://go.usa.gov/3DBAh. After reading the vacancy announcement, if you have specific questions, please post them on the Foreign Service Consular Adjudicator forum found in the Connect>Forums section of the careers site.
U.S. citizenship is required. An equal opportunity employer.Apply Here!