Serena Pasqualetto – post I

The Career Paths section regularly highlights linguists’ career journies and job details. If you would like to recommend someone (including yourself) for a future profile, please contact Career Linguist. Below is Part I of the interview with Serena Pasqualetto. Parts II and II will be posted the next couple Fridays From playing with words to […]

Why Tutoring is a good job for linguists – Part II

This post is written by guest blogger Patrick Goodridge a linguist, language teacher, and writer based in Philadelphia, PA. Read more about Patrick below or on the Career Linguist guest bloggers page where you can also learn about being a guest blogger for Career Linguist yourself!! To read Part I of this post featuring ideas […]

Part II – Anastasia Nylund – Higher Ed. Program Management

The Career Profiles in Linguistics section regularly highlights career paths taken by linguists. If you would like to recommend someone (including yourself) for a future profile, please contact Career Linguist. Dr. Anastasia Nylund is Director of the Master of Arts in Language and Communication Program at Georgetown University, a professionally-oriented program in linguistics that prepares students […]