Internships may require copyediting or writing, for those are our strengths. We will try to match you with an internship that reflects your interests.
Internships utilize the world language skills acquired to translate, assist with tutoring, or provide companionship and conversation to Spanish speaking families.
Associacion Cultural Hispanoamericana (ACHA), Asociacion Latina de Services del CSRA, Inc. (ALAS), Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia, Goodwill Industries, Ronald McDonald House, Bienvenidos Press Newspaper and Digital Information, and Centro Educativoan organization in North Augusta that helps Hispanics earn their GED are local organizations which sponsor our World Language interns.
What can I do with a major in English or World Languages?
Career choices are as wide as you can imagine. Your first resource is your academic advisor. Make an appointment and start asking questions.
Have you considered the options below?
To learn more about career opportunities and job outlook information for English and World Language majors, schedule an appointment with career advisor Melissa Hudson Hall by calling 706-737-1604. Feel free to email your resume and other professional documents for review to Melissa. Visit the Career Services Major and Career Exploration page to access career and professional options for your major. Follow the link to Explore and select What Can I do with This Major?