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Leading with Global Competence: Working for a Multinational Corporation in the U.S.

Leading with Global Competence: Working for a Multinational Corporation in the U.S.

November 15, 2017

Multinational corporations build influence around the world using their company culture, including their official business languages. A regional office could be the perfect place to boost your career and use your language skills!

Leading with Localization: Translators Bring Video Games to Wider Global Markets

Leading with Localization: Translators Bring Video Games to Wider Global Markets

October 19, 2017

Localization, a way of adapting products for use in a new place, has taken an increasingly important role in the video gaming industry. Learn more about this challenging and rewarding career path intertwined with language and culture.

Leading with Global Engineering: Dual Degree Programs Combine STEM & Languages

Leading with Global Engineering: Dual Degree Programs Combine STEM & Languages

October 12, 2017

Dedicated global engineering programs that formally combine STEM, languages & cultural perspectives—such as this one at the University of Rhode Island—are preparing & inspiring a generation of bilingual engineers. These students explain the benefits!

Leading with Theater: Companies Connect with Emotions in Bilingual Productions

Leading with Theater: Companies Connect with Emotions in Bilingual Productions

October 5, 2017

Theater can capture an audience’s emotions no matter the language, but bilingual companies like The Global Theatre Project are changing expectations from coast to coast—creating multilingual shows reflective of our increasingly diverse communities.

Leading with Understanding: Bilingual Insurance Agents Build Strong Working Relationships

Leading with Understanding: Bilingual Insurance Agents Build Strong Working Relationships

September 26, 2017

When insurance agents are able to bridge language barriers, they connect with their clients and communities on a deeper level and in ways that monolinguals cannot. Hear testimonials from these New York Life agents.

Leading with Music: Using Chinese to Connect Hearts Half a World Apart

Leading with Music: Using Chinese to Connect Hearts Half a World Apart

September 18, 2017

Abigail Washburn dreamed of being a lawyer in China… until she picked up a banjo. Now, having combined her passions for language and music, Washburn inspires billions in both the U.S. and China to look past their political differences.

Leading with Science: Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologists Meet Shifting Demographics Head On

Leading with Science: Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologists Meet Shifting Demographics Head On

September 7, 2017

With demographics shifting across the United States, bilingual speech-language pathology is a growing and exciting career path for those who want to combine passions in science and language. Hear how one doctor found her vocation.

Leading with German: Engineers Earn Language Experience Working with Multinational Company

Leading with German: Engineers Earn Language Experience Working with Multinational Company

August 30, 2017

Employees in STEM positions sometimes think that their job won’t be compatible with language learning, but that is really no longer the case. Take Bosch Rexroth’s German connection, for example.

Leading with Local Sign Language: Health Practitioners Help Heal with Communication

Leading with Local Sign Language: Health Practitioners Help Heal with Communication

July 26, 2017

Doctors Without Borders counselor Celumusa Hlatswako teaches local Swazi tuberculosis patients affected by hearing loss about the disease and their potential futures via the regional sign language vernacular.

Leading with Spanish: Bilingual Social Workers Help Patients Navigate Daily Life

Leading with Spanish: Bilingual Social Workers Help Patients Navigate Daily Life

July 12, 2017

Omayra Rodriguez describes how she uses her Spanish in a bilingual and bicultural program to support the local community by helping people access resources and negotiate daily tasks in their home language.