Chris Bartoluzzi is an MSU alumnus who graduated with a B.A. in Spanish in 2016. Additionally, he studied Linguistics as an additional major and completed a minor in Teaching English to Speakers of Languages (TESOL) as well. He has taught abroad in Spain through a program by the Council on International Exchange (CIEE) in the town of Hellín. Chris has also been an active member of the Lansing community volunteering with the Refugee Development Center (RDC) assisting in a wide variety of ESL classrooms since 2015. For his work at the RDC, Chris received the MSUFCU Unpaid Internship Scholarship award in the spring of 2016. He has also received scholarship from the Highland-White Lake Business Association as young entrepreneur. As an undergrad, Chris participated in the undergraduate linguistic student organization (qUALMS), for which he co-chaired their annual MSLUC conference in the spring of 2017, and has volunteered on the LingLang Departmental Advisory Committee as the undergraduate student representative.
Currently, Chris is graduate student in the MA TESOL program, a TA for SPN101, and is also a small business owner whose company provides field maintenance services to youth baseball leagues near his hometown of Milford, Michigan.