Salem State University alumna Giana DiGiulio '17, a communications major and French minor, was selected for the Teaching Assistant Program in France. Through the TAPIF fellowship, Giana will teach English in a French school in Maisons-Alfort, a city outside of Paris, during the 2019-2020 academic year.
This competitive fellowship is awarded by the French government and provides recent college graduates the opportunity to live and work abroad. After completion of the fellowship, Giana hopes to stay in France to pursue a graduate degree. Giana is the seventh French student from Salem State to earn this fellowship in the past decade.
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