A Middlebury student shares calligraphy techniques with local 5th graders

Language in Motion (LiM) is an educational collaboration that connects Middlebury’s international, study abroad, and upper level language students with Addison County elementary, middle, and high school teachers, students, and classrooms.

With support and training, Middlebury College students prepare and deliver lessons that promote global awareness, intercultural competence, and world language acquisition.

How It Works

LiM presentations are designed to support the host teacher’s learning objectives. School-age children gain new exposure to diverse culture, language, and experience, and the opportunities that college can offer. Middlebury College students gain exposure to the elementary and secondary teaching environment and deepen their international and intercultural experience through personal and shared reflection.

Be a Student Presenter Be a Host Teacher

A National Consortium

Active at Middlebury since 2014, LiM was founded at Juniata College in 2000 and has since been implemented at thirteen other colleges and universities. The Middlebury College LiM program was made possible at Middlebury through the generous support of the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations as well as the support of our consortium partners.

Drive for LiM

LiM is looking for students to help drive students to and from local K-12 schools to deliver their lessons. You need a college license in order to drive.

Please reach out to Kristen Mullins, Assistant Director of Global and Intercultural Programs, kmullins@middlebury.edu.


For more information, contact Kristen Mullins at kmullins@middlebury.edu or (802) 443-5990, or attend an info session offered once each fall and spring semester.

Center for Community Engagement
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT 05753