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October 1, 2013
 
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French/Spanish Major Selected to teach English in France

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Jennifer Campagnoli

We are delighted to share with you that Jennifer Campagnoli, College of Arts and Sciences (majoring in French/Spanish) ’12, Ruth S. Ammon School of Education‘s STEP Program ’13, has been selected as a TAPIF English Teaching Assistant in France for 2013-2014!

Jennifer was selected from a pool of approximately 2500 applicants nationwide, and she will be getting valuable experience both teaching adolescents and living and working in Bordeaux, France. We will be proud to have Jennifer representing Adelphi in French classrooms!

The TAPIF program is a joint initiative sponsored by the French Ministry of Education and coordinated by the French Embassy and the Centre international d’études pédagogiques.

Félicitations, Jennifer! 

This piece appeared in the Language, Literatures and Cultures Newsletter Fall 2013 edition.

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