World Languages and Literatures resources
The Department of World Languages and Literatures has put together a list of helpful resources for languages students.
- University Studies Abroad Consortium: Learn about studying abroad.
- Northern Nevada International Center: Find out about special events, volunteer opportunities or hosting international visitors.
- Latino Research Center: Read about upcoming lectures and research on the Latino culture.
- 365 Learning: Your online course information center.
- University Tutoring Center: Get extra help with your studies.
- World Languages & Literatures FAQs: Please review a list of frequently asked questions pertaining to the department.
- World Languages & Literatures Scholarships
- Provost Office Student Affairs: access to a variety of support services, campus office and other resources to help with academic success and personal growth
- CLA Resources on Careers & Experiential Learning
Internships and training
- Cultural Ambassadors: North American Language and Culture Assistants in Spain
- How to Become an Interpreter for Nevada Courts
- Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Department of State
- Teaching Assistance Program in France (TAPIF)
- United Nations Development Program: Translation Internships
- Virtual Student Federal Service
- White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics
Career opportunities in government
- USA Jobs: The Federal Government’s Official Employment Site
- Defense Intelligence Agency Careers
- Department of Defense: Civilian Careers
- Department of State Careers
- Federal Bureau of Investigation Jobs, Foreign Languages Careers
- Federal Bureau of Investigation National Virtual Translation Center
- Intelligence Community Careers(17 member agencies)
- Millennium Challenge Corporation
- National Security Agency Jobs
- Peace Corps
- College of Liberal Arts: Faculty and Staff can find important information on annual evaluations, funding support and more.
- Provost Office Faculty Affairs: access to tools and resources necessary to support professional activities and growth - from details about tenure to curriculum objectives, you can find the information you need within faculty affairs.