World Languages Education Program Information Session for Spanish Majors
April 23, 4:00-4:45
You Can Be a K-12 Spanish Teacher!
Graduation might seem like the distant future, but it’s important to think now about what you intend to do after you graduate.
There is a demand for K-12 Spanish teachers in Pennsylvania, and beyond.
Come to the information session to meet with a panel of faculty, students, and advisors in the World Languages Education program at Temple.
In order to become certified to be a K-12 Spanish teacher, you need to major in both Spanish and Education. You should declare your Education major by your sophomore year. But if you are a junior or senior, it’s still not too late. You can also find out information about how to apply for the graduate certification program in World Languages Education.
- Dr. Elvis Wagner, Associate Professor of TESOL, and Coordinator of the World Languages Education Program
- Dr. Paul Toth, Assistant Professor of Spanish
- Dan Gilbert, Senior Academic Advisor, College of Education
- Lauren Bullitt, Junior Spanish and Education Major
Light refreshments will be provided.