Spanish Concentration

All students have opportunities for research, global-engagement, public service, and career preparation.

  • Improve your language skills through study abroad. Read more >>
  • Put your Spanish skills to work for social change in your community. Participate in a service learning project.
  • Meet like-minded students by joining a student club such as the Hispanic Students’ Association, the Immigration Advocacy Group, or Amnesty International.
  • Gain valuable work experience completing an internship.
Alfredo Cervantes

Alfredo Cervantes

First-generation college student aspires to become inclusive educator

Alfredo is pursuing a Bachelor/Accelerated Master’s degree with a concentration in Spanish Bilingual/Multicultural Education. Having successfully overcome several obstacles on his own academic journey, Alfredo aspires to motivate students to achieve their higher education goals. He currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Hispanic Culture Review at George Mason.

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