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The Circolo italiano is a student-run organization that meets bi-weekly. Students in the club offer informal tutoring, as well as cultural activities, such as films, bocce games, pizza parties, and cooking lessons. Students in the club also visit the local Da Vinci Society headquarters, sponsor a holiday party, and discuss career opportunities.
Gamma Kappa Alpha, the national Italian Honor Society, recognizes outstanding achievement in the field of Italian literature. Each year, eligible students will be invited by Italian faculty to become a member of the UD chapter of GKA. New inductees are honored at the annual Honors Day ceremony in May.
At the Honors Day ceremony, outstanding students receive monetary prizes, including the Italian Faculty Award for Excellence, the Robert J. DiPietro Award, the Eugenia Slavov Memorial Award, the Da Vinci Society Award, the Giuseppe Verdi Lodge Award, and the Italo-Americans United Award and Plaque, among others.
Students with a BA or MA in Italian are prepared for careers in a variety of fields, including the travel and hospitality industry, diplomatic services, art institutes and museums, import/export commerce, government agencies, transportation, media, education, and the fashion industry.
Italian Career and Education Resources:
Italian American Chamber of Commerce
Italian Job Board on Twitter
Expat Jobs in Italy
Order Sons of Italy in America
National Italian American Foundation
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Italian Consulate in Philadelphia
Da Vinci Society of Delaware
JAPN 105, 106, 107
JAPN 201 & JAPN 202
JAPN 305 & JAPN 355
Genki I Textbook Audio Files
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