Kathryn Clinton

Instructor of Spanish and FLTA Associate Director


SPA 201- Spanish III


M.A., Masters in Teaching Spanish, Iona College (2004)

B.A., Spanish and Political Science, Drew University (1996)

Teaching Certificate, Spanish 7-12, College of St. Elizabeth (1996)


  • Part Time Instructor of Spanish, Syracuse University, 2004-present
  • Adjunct Professor of Spanish, SUNY Morrisville, Fall 2003
  • Spanish Teacher, Jamesville-Dewitt Middle School, 2003           
  • Spanish Teacher, John Jay School District, Katonah, NY 1998-2001
  • Spanish Teacher, Gates Intermediate School, Scituate, MA, 1996-1998
  • Spanish Teacher, Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School, 1996

Volunteer Experience

  • Translator, Eastern Farm Workers Association (2004-2007)
  • Liaison between immigrant families and schools, Sacred Heart Community Service, San José, CA (2001-2002)
  • Teacher in the Mayan villages of Xcucul and Dzibikak and in Hogares Juveniles, an orphanage for Mexican boys, Misión de Amistad, Mérida, México (summers 1995 and 1996)