As a Spanish graduate, your knowledge of the culture and language will make you a more attractive candidate to potential employers.

Spanish courses integrate many other subjects: politics, economics, art, literature, media, film, and geography. Students can easily combine Spanish with other majors, including religion, international political economy, business, art, marketing, physics, or history.

Here is a look at some career options for Spanish graduates.

  • Medical professional
  • Sales professional
  • Customer service representative
  • Writer
  • Law enforcement worker
  • Government worker
  • Tour guide
  • Banker
  • Event coordinator
  • Travel agent
  • Police officer
  • Immigration specialist
  • Publisher
  • Social worker
  • Community liaison
  • Medical interpreter
  • International partnerships manager
  • Diplomatic agent
  • Foreign exchange trader
  • Human resources coordinator
  • Administrative assistant
  • Hospitality manager
  • Broadcaster
  • Court interpreter
  • Supply chain manager
  • Translator
  • Educator

Many Carthage graduatea teach Spanish in various school settings, while others have gone on to top graduate programs or positions with employers such as:

  • Jockey International
  • NBCUniversal Media
  • Salesforce
  • YWCA Southeast Wisconsin
  • Kenosha Unified School District and Racine Unified School District
  • Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory
  • ProHealth Care
  • La Paz Club Deportivo
  • CareerBuilder
  • The Little Bit Foundation
  • International Trade Centre

Visit The Aspire Center for more information on careers after Carthage