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Gilman Advisor Spotlight Series: Critical Need Languages - Shared screen with speaker view
Alicia Martin Carvajal
14:25
Ali, Houston, super sunny!!
Moira Egan
14:59
Moira Egan from NYC. I'm a fellowships advisor and it's warm and humid here!
Alli Reed
15:07
Alli, Green Bay, WI, warm and sunny
Megan Bell
15:08
Hi! Megan Bell, Central Pennsylvania, sunny and beautiful!
Macy Ring
17:03
Hello from UC Riverside!
Macy Ring
17:51
I'd like to learn more about what makes a good candidate for the CNL.
Macy Ring
18:36
Non-competitive eligibilty
Tiffany Hsiau
36:36
if you want to share thoughts, questions, or comments, you also have the option to share them with everyone by clicking "All panelists and attendees" in your chat.
Tiffany Hsiau
38:23
https://www.instagram.com/sfstateabroad/?hl=en
Tiffany Hsiau
38:50
https://www.instagram.com/sfstateoip/
Alicia Martin Carvajal
45:09
Love that!
Tiffany Hsiau
49:50
A good question came in: Do students need a specific level of language proficiency to apply for the CNLA? Or can the study abroad program by the first time the student is studying a critical need language?Students do not need to know the language already. The focus is for students to articulate their motivation to achieve proficiency in the language and how it extends beyond into the future after college and into their career.
Macy Ring
01:12:06
I like that SFSU makes the gilman app a requirement as part of the app process.
Macy Ring
01:13:26
Thank you for sharing!