World Language Careers

World Language Careers

Careers that benefit from second language proficiency


Ohio-based Career Videos for World Languages (PBS)

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Career Video

Connection to World Languages

Resources Available

Global Brand Manager International Global Brand Manager
for Cincinnati-based Proctor and Gamble

Middle School
High School

Immersion
Teacher
Middle School Spanish immersion
teachers talk about their careers

Middle School
High School

Importer/
Exporter
Meet the founder of an Ohio-based Import/Export company with offices in China

Middle School
High School

Radio Host Cleveland journalist who travels the
world covering stories in many languages

Middle School
High School

Chefs Explore how world languages are
important in the culinary field

Middle School
High School

Restaurant Manager Learn how knowing other languages
and cultures benefits a career in
restaurant management

Middle School
High School

Musician Speaking Spanish helped the career
path of a bass player in the Cleveland orchestra

Middle School
High School

Hospitality Management

Find out how world languages enhance
a career as a wedding planner,
restaurant owner, and bed-n-breakfast manager

Middle School
High School

Advertising Director Listen as the founder of an advertising agency explains how his cross-cultural experiences have helped his company

Middle School
High School
(templates)

Museum Curator Learn how knowledge of other cultures
and languages can help in a fine arts career
Middle School
High School
(templates)

 

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