Assisting her mother to build a school in the Dominican Republic inspired Naveira to chart her future. Naveira wants to eventually work for the United Nations with UNICEF. She feels that her study abroad experience will give her knowledge of a different government, knowledge that she will need for working in other countries.
Read About Her Semester at Wroxton
The minor in Spanish equips students with the expertise and the knowledge that specialists in culture, linguistics, and literature can bring in tomorrow's workplace. The program offers quality instruction that reflects the increasingly interdependent and global nature of culture, knowledge and the world in the 21st century, as well as the growing inter-connectedness of peoples and places in the local, regional, national, and global communities.
1. Develop an understanding of cultures and history of the Spanish-speaking world.
2. Understand, read, write, and speak Spanish.
3. Gain a thorough knowledge of the corresponding countries, traditions and peoples in these regions.
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