Three Seniors Earn French Teaching Fellowships
Three graduating seniors majoring in French have earned fellowships to teach next year in French elementary and high schools. All three participated in Guilford’s affiliated study abroad program in Rennes during their junior years.
Meaghan Dill ’11, from Roanoke, Va., is a double-major in French and history. She will be assigned to a school in Grenoble.
Becca Nicholson ’11, from Mt. Pleasant, S,C., is a double-major in French and art. She will teach at a school in Toulouse.
Natalie Spitzer ’11, from Decatur, Ga., is a French major with a minor in political science. She is assigned to schools in Nancy and Metz, the capital of Lorraine.
Since 2007, 12 French students from Guilford have earned teaching fellowships in France.