Congratulations to Lucina Schwartz on her Fulbright ETA Program Award

Lucina Schwartz

Congratulations to newly graduated senior, Lucina Schwartz on her Fulbright ETA Program Award* which begins January 2020 through October. "As an aspiring writer and teacher, I am thrilled to get to teach English in South Africa, where I spent an unforgettable week three years ago with the Princeton University Glee Club. My personal interest in teaching the English language comes out of an extended family spread out across different regions of America (California, Colorado, West Virginia), each with their own vernacular. While in South Africa, I hope to get to know my students well, participate in musical ensembles in their school and community, and read more South African literature.” - Lucina Schwartz '19

*The English Teaching Assistant (ETA) Programs place Fulbrighters in classrooms abroad to provide assistance to the local English teachers. ETAs help teach English language while serving as cultural ambassadors for the U.S.