NYU Graduates: Where are they now?

Developing Chinese Language Teachers

NYU Graduates: Where are they now?

Schools and Organizations Where NYU Graduates Teach

Graduates from NYU's Master's in Teaching Foreign Language (Chinese) program teach Chinese in schools and colleges across New York City, New York State, and as far away as China. Here is a partial listing of schools where they teach:

Learn Language Hoboken and Mandarin House New Rochelle Middle School
Abraham Lincoln High School New Utrecht High School
Asia Society Chinese Language Initiative  New York University
Avenues: The World School Nightingale-Bamford School
Bard High School Early College North Broward Preparatory school
Baruch College, CUNY North Shore Middle School 
Basis International School NYU Steinhardt Early Childhood MA program
Bay Shore Senior High School Oceanside Schools
Bayside High School Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES
Bedford Academy High School Peking University M.A. Program
Beijing British International School Pelham Schools
Beijing Huijia Private School Pewaukee Schools
Bethlehem School Pioneer Valley Immersion School
Boston Public HS Pratt Institute
Bronx High School of Science PS 105K
Brooklyn Technical High School PS 131
Chinese with Meggie School PS 170
Dual Language High School for Asian Studies PS 173Q
Englewood Public Schools PS 185 
Epiphany Community Nursery School PS 20
Ethical Culture Fieldston School PS 250
Frances Lewis High School PS 307K
Friends Seminary PS 310K
Glen Cove HS & North Shore Middle School PS 94
Global Village Academy PS101
Grace Church School Queens High School for Language Studies
Great Neck N Middle, Great Neck S High School Rainbow CDC
Great Neck South Middle School Ranney School
Henry Street International School Riverton Charter School
High School for Environmental Studies Ross School
High School for Language & Diplomacy Scarsdale High School
Highland Park Community School School of the Future
Hommocks Middle School Seattle Public Schools
Horace Greeley School Seven Hills Middle School
HS for Dual Language and Asian Studies Shanghai
Hudson Way Immersion School Shanghai British International School
I.S.119, The Glendale School Shanghai Science and Technology University
Idaho School Shenzhen School
IDEAL school of Manhattan Sidwell Friends School
International Leadership Charter School Singapore International School
Jericho Public Schools Solomon Charter School
JHS 185 Stevenson School
JHS 185Q Stuyvesant High School
John Dewey High School Suffern Schools
K472 SUNY New Paltz
Kingswood Oxford School Talent Prep
Leman Manhattan Preparatory School Taurus Education
Little Red Schoolhouse & Elizabeth Irwin High School Tenafly Public Schools
Los Altos High School The Baldwin School
Macau University of Science and Technology The Birch Wathen Lennox School
Mandarin Seeds The Brearley School
Maspeth High School The Bronx High School of Science
Maspeth Schools The Calhoun School
Massapequa Schools The Global Learning Collaborative
Medgar Evers  The Master's School
Millennium High School Trinity School
MS 131 Union Catholic High School
NEST+M University Neighborhood High School
New  Utrecht High School Village Community School
New Rochelle Elementary School Washington Yu Ying Public Charter School 
New Rochelle High School 南邦皇家大学/Lampang Rajabhat University

Our graduates are featured in the news and make presentations sharing their experiences and knowledge at DCLT forums as well as at conferences:

Chris Livaccari is the Associate Director of Chinese Language Initiatives for Asia Society. Chris has also worked as a teacher of both Chinese and Japanese. His article "Anatomy of an Introductory Language Lesson" shows how to use immersion methodology to get your students engaged and learning.

Huang Lumin started a new Chinese program in middle and high school in New Rochelle Schools. Her program was featured in the February 12 edition of the local newspaper, The Sound Report.

Xuan Wang teaches Mandarin at Suffern Middle School in upstate New York.

Polly Li teaches Chinese Language and Culture in Horace Greeley High School, Chappaqua, New York.

Nicole Tsai is in her third year teaching Mandarin at Oceanside High School on Long Island. Her students are so proud of their work that they posted a video on YouTube.

Helen W. Huang teaches 7th and 8th grade Mandarin at the Village Community School in Greenwich Village. She is currently working on her second Master's degree at NYU, in Theater Education.