There is a general sense that being bilingual gives people a competitive edge in many careers. Knowing another language can open up a wider client base, or exponentially expand the network in which a person
can engage. This is true whether the individual is a teacher, lawyer, or business owner.
Julie Rosa, a multilingual professional, took advantage of her multilingualism to become a dual-language teacher. In this month’s “Language Proficiency Is a Superpower” magazine, we share Julie’s story of learning multiple languages, traveling the world, and finding one’s passion. Julie shared her experience of taking two ACTFL Proficiency Assessments (OPI and WPT) with us and how she prepared for the tests. She had a great story to tell, and we hope you enjoy it.