In addition to our subject guide on Modern Languages,
there are numerous websites dedicated to helping wtih starting and advancing your career as a Modern Languages major.
Here are some excellent gateways for Modern Languages:
Career & Profession Links for
These websites are accessible by anyone.
- American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
The ACTFL is the only national organization dedicated to the improvement and expansion of the teaching and learning of all languages at all levels of instruction. ACTFL site includes important guidelines, standards, awards, jobs, scholarships, etc.
- Salve Career Development
Salve's Career Development office offers many services. Their links for majors in foreign languages include job listing sites and other useful resources.
- Career Services. International Languages.
The Foreign Language Department at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington has an excellent site for foreign language majors which includes links to career planning information, job posting sites, associations, and other career related information.
Ph.D. Second Language Proficiency Exam
For assistance in locating journal articles or book chapters on your dissertation topic in the foreign language of your choice for the Ph.D. foreign language skill requirement, you may make an appointment with a reference librarian. Please call Cathy Rowe (401-341-2281), Allen Antone (401-341-2278), or the library reference desk (401-341-2289).
Ask at the Reference Desk, call 401-341-2289, or
submit a question
online if you need assistance.Send comments or questions to Olga Verbeek, Library Webmaster, at email@example.com.
Revised: September, 2004