Why Study World Languages and Cultures at Juniata?
Jennifer Jones '07 interprets for pediatrician Bruce Lidston during a medical delegation to Guatemala in June of 2006 led by professor of Spanish Henry Thurston-Griswold.
- Explore the world from Juniata’s campus (through dynamic curriculum and with a student body that is 10 percent international) or at study abroad sites on every continent except Antarctica.
- Combine world language study with any other field, even the natural sciences. Many Juniata students do.
- Juniata offers language instruction in Chinese, French, German, Spanish and Russian.
- Intern abroad and undertake global service.
- Gain teaching certification in French, German or Spanish. Or pursue dual certification.
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