Six out of eight University of Portland student applicants have been accepted for teaching assistantships in France by the Cultural Services of the French government, and two were placed on the waiting list, according to Trudie Booth, French studies. The following students will go to France this fall:
- Raluca Gosman ’18, biology major, French and chemistry minors
- Madeline Otto ’18, French studies major, environmental studies minor
- Elizabeth Bailey ’18, French studies, chemistry major
- Goshina Meman ’18, chemistry major, French studies minor
- Kelsey Takahashi-Brunner ’17, chemistry and French studies double major
- Sarah Hantke 18, biology and French studies double major, fine arts minorJulia Boharski ’18, French studies and English double major, psychology minor, has been accepted by the Peace Corps and will go to French-speaking Benin.For more information contact Booth at x8341 0r firstname.lastname@example.org.
French Teaching Assistantships
Three French teaching assistantships have been granted to University of Portland French studies graduates by the French government, according to Trudie Booth, international languages and cultures. Emma Bauer ’17, Clare Munger ’15, and Jenna Kunz ’17 will be teaching in France this coming academic year. A fourth UP alumna applied and may receive word later this summer.
The assistantships are sponsored by the French Ministry of Education and the Cultural Services office of the French Embassy and give eligible French majors the opportunity to teach English in French elementary and high schools.
The French Ministry of Education sets aside over 1,100 Teaching Assistantships for Americans every year, and recipients work in France for 7 months, teaching English to French students of all ages.
For more information contact Madame Booth at 7250 or email@example.com.