Linguistics Career Series

This series invites linguists who work in private industry, federal government and not-for-profit organizations to speak about their personal career path as well as to introduce opportunities for linguists in different sectors of employment. Talks include career path narratives of how speakers made the leap from coursework to career, strategies for your own career management, and information on how speakers apply their linguistic training in their work. 

Career talks take place in Poulton 230 throughout the academic year. For more information about the career events and access to Zoom registration links and recording links, please refer to this flyer.

Spring 2024

Jan. 29 – Panel discussion: Find your summer internship. Featuring: Victoria Becker (MLC 2022), Valentina Michelotti (MLC 2021), Nicole Rybak (MLC 2023), Ulie Xu (MS-CLI 2023) and Allie Zaleski (MLC 2026)

Feb. 23 – Daniel Ginsberg, PhD. Director, Strategic Initiatives, American Anthropological Association

April 3 – Annual Linguistics Career Mixer. Online on Gather. Featuring 23 linguists.

April 10 – Annual Linguistics Career Mixer. In person. Featuring 13 linguists.

Fall 2023

Sept. 8 – Francesca Venezia, PhD
Researcher, Mathematica

Oct. 6 – Alfonso Sánchez Moya, PhD
AI/ML Data Linguist, Amazon