The Latin American Studies Undergraduate major (LTAM) provides students with the opportunity to master multiple methodological skills and acquire the language competence through which to obtain a comprehensive understanding of the Latin American and Caribbean experience. In preparing students for public and private sector careers, LTAM alumni have gotten jobs in the U.S. State Department in a number of different Latin American countries, transnational companies that operate in the US and Latin America, and in non-profit organizations that work with migrants in the United States.
We were pleased to sit down with a number of LTAM alumni who are located across the world, from Washington, D.C., to France. Learn more about our featured alumni below, and consider the LTAM major today!
- Anthony Dest-Postdoctoral student at the University of Texas, Austin
- Mireille Vargas-Studying Global Luxury Management in France
- Simone Duval-Policy Assistant in the Global Health Policy team at Johnson and Johnson
- Ian Smith-Overman-High School Social Studies Teacher
- Shaw Drake-Equal Justice Works Fellow