Graduates of our MA in TESOL and MA in Teaching Foreign Language (TFL) are finding successful careers as teachers, program directors, curriculum developers, assessment specialists, and teacher educators in the U.S. and around the world.
Learn more about our a few of our alumni below and you can also see a full list of where TESOL and Teaching Foreign Language alumni are working.
LaTesha Charbonnet Gonzales
Current Employment: Director, Intensive English Program, University of New Orleans (New Orleans, Louisiana)
First Job After Graduation: Instructor, University of New Orleans (New Orleans, Louisiana)
Specialization: Language Program Administration
Institute Advantage: Working with Professor Kathi Bailey as an editorial assistant.
First Job After Graduation: Global Teaching Fellow Lecturer, Tokyo International University (Kawagoe, Japan)
Institute Advantage: My interaction with the Institute’s Center for Advising and Career Services was key to helping me find the right job. I was connected with Institute graduates who already worked at Tokyo International University (TIU) and who were well regarded there. Having graduated from the same school as they did really increased my job prospects.
Expertise: Linguistics, teaching, language assessment
One Year After Graduation
Many of our alumni are in rewarding careers around the world; scroll down to see where they are and what they are doing within 12 months of graduation.
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China; Colombia; Ecuador; Indonesia; Japan; Kazakhstan; Qatar; Saudi Arabia; South Korea; Ukraine; United States
While the majority of TESOL and TFL graduates go into education, our alumni also work in the following industries:
- Language Services
- Technology / Science
In addition to working in teaching and training roles, our alumni also work in jobs where their primary function is administration and other.
Summer 2017 and Summer 2018
Secured Opportunity: 100%
Locations: Switzerland, Taiwan, United States
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