TESL

Teaching English as a Second Language
Students may earn a license to teach English as a Second Language (TESL) in PreK-12 public and private schools.

A concentration in TESL is also available for those who do not desire the full professional licensure but still wish to work with speakers of other languages throughout the U.S. and abroad.

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Roanoke students win Fulbright awards for teaching, study in London and Peru

Roanoke students win Fulbright awards for teaching, study in London and Peru

Kaitlyn Bell ’14, has been accepted into the Fulbright’s English Teaching Assistant Program in Peru, while Erin Keating ’17 will study at Shakespeare’s Globe in London this summer.

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