Staff Profile: Maggie Kwasnik

By USCRI March 28, 2023

USCRI is excited to welcome Maggie Kwasnik as our new ESL teacher at USCRI Vermont!

“I work primarily on the worksite-based English instruction program. I visit different worksites and provide English classes for employees at each site. Despite just starting at USCRI last month, I can already see the passion that everyone has for their work here. It is a highly collaborative and supportive environment, with everyone pitching in whenever help is needed. I am excited to coordinate classes, help our clients, and make learning English just a little bit easier and more fun!

I graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a Bachelor of Arts in French, Spanish, and Economics. After working in the corporate world for a few years, I decided to pursue my love of languages and pivot into teaching. I received my Master of Arts in Teaching Foreign Language and TESOL from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, and now I am excited to work with the clients here at USCRI Vermont. Outside of work, I love to spend my time skiing, hiking, camping, or just generally being outside – I also enjoy reading and cooking and have just recently started rock climbing!”

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