The Less Commonly Taught Languages Career Fair connects speakers of less commonly taught languages with professional development and career opportunities in the public and private sectors. The event will feature a keynote speaker, a variety of panelists, and provide attendees with a chance to engage a variety of employers seeking speakers of less commonly taught languages and organizations offering professional development opportunities. This career fair is hosted by the Wisconsin Intensive Summer Language Institutes (WISLI).
During the career fair, we will have several presentations from leaders in government and the private sector about the exciting careers and professional development opportunities available to you as a speaker or a learner of a less commonly taught language. After these presentations, you will explore employment and career development opportunities from our partners. You will be able to follow up with recruiters, share your resume, and learn more about careers and professional development activities you never considered before.
We are also thrilled to announce that Alfred M. Boll, Director of American Spaces in the U.S. State Department, will join us as our keynote speaker for the 2022 Less Commonly Taught Languages Career Fair on July 29th!
The event will be held virtually on Zoom and is FREE and open to the public you can register here: https://lctlcareers.wisc.edu/attendee-registration/