Candice Quiñones Marshall

Director of International Student and Scholar Services

Candice Quiñones Marshall

I have my Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) and a Bachelor of Science in special education for the visually impaired and elementary education. I have been teaching college-level English language learners since 2007 and have been teaching English to students of all ages and levels since 2005. I have extensive experience presenting at local and international TESOL conferences on a variety of topics. I also contribute to Earlham’s comparative languages & linguistics (CLL) major and co-convene the Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) minor in preparing individuals for future careers in language teaching. Since arriving at Earlham in 2014, I have added the role, knowledge and duties of international student advising to my repertoire, assisting students on F-1 visas throughout their four-year journeys. I have a passion for fostering student success in as many ways as possible.

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Student Loans for International Students

At times, our international students may find themselves in need of different funding sources than they had planned on.

Here are a few known sources of student loans for international students.

The Rowe Fund

The Rowe Fund is an educational …

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International Students and Off-Campus Employment Options

International students who are on F-1 visas have some very specific rules related to any sort of employment they might thing about pursuing. The flow chart attempts to demonstrate the process by which an international student advisor would use to …

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Find a Job that will Sponsor you with GoinGlobal

If you are an international student, you know that after graduation, your work authorization if you apply for Optional Practical Training only lasts for 12 months, after which, if you are in a STEM field, you can reapply for an …
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