Hundreds of teens enrolled in the Middlebury-Monterey Language Academy last summer to "live the language" and jump-start their language skills. Now in its second year, the Academy offers four languages in two locations.
At summer's end, the German School will bid adieu to Jochen Richter and Karl Obrath, longtime faculty members and program directors, and will welcome Doris Kirchner in her new role as the director.
French School professor Tierno Monénembo's book, Le roi de Kahel, has been named the best novel of the year.
Whether it's been decades or a few months since you've been on campus observing the Language Pledge, nothing beats a weekend at Middlebury College, with old (and new) friends, to recharge your batteries.
Need help finding employment? An internship? A new career path? Middlebury's Career Services Office has many resources to help students and alumni of the Language Schools.
Media executive and journalist Vivian Schiller, MA Russian '85, has taken over the reins at NPR. Schiller's career began as an interpreter in the former Soviet Union, which led her to the production of documentaries and award-winning programs.
Middlebury alumni (Middlebury College, Language Schools, Schools Abroad, and Bread Loaf School of English) are invited to apply for scholarships to the Monterey Institute of International Studies.