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Central & Eastern European Studies

   The Central & Eastern European Studies Program: is an interdisciplinary program offered by the Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures in conjunction with the Department of Political Science and the Department of History and in cooperation with the Division of Global Affairs. The CEES program provides training in the languages, literatures, cultures, history, politics, and societies of that part of Europe extending from Russia to Germany.

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   Please click on the tabs below to see a list of sample occupations possible with a CEES degree and a list employers who have hired Rutgers-Newark students with a degree in CEES.

  • Sample Occupations
  • Employers who have Hired R-N Graduates

Sample Occupations

  • Anthropologist
  • Archeologist
  • Editor, Map
  • Foreign Service Officer (Government)
  • Geographer
  • Historian
  • Intelligence Agent - Anti-Terrorism (Government)
  • Intelligence Specialist (Government)
  • International Peacekeeping Negotiator (Government)
  • Interpreter, Foreign Languages
  • Peace Corps Worker (Volunteer)
  • Congressional Aide (Government)
  • Interpreter, Foreign Languages
  • Political Scientist
  • Scientific Linguist
  • Translator, Foreign Languages
  • Travel Guide
  • Travel Writer (Journalist)

Employers Who Have Hired R-N Graduates

  • Prevent Child Abuse
  • Mirae Foundation
  • Fund for American Studies
  • Association of Hispanic Arts
  • National Multiple Sclerosis Society
  • ArtsPower National Touring Theatre
  • Guess. Inc.
  • Seattle Times
  • Women's Sports Foundation
  • WKTU
  • Historic Hudson Valley
  • Rainforest Alliance
  • Westfield Symphony Orchestra
  • New England Wildlife Center
  • Ortho-McNeill
  • New Jersey Law Journal
  • International Sports Publishing
  • Newark Museum
  • National Book Foundation
  • Prudential
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