What Our Grads Do All Adolescent Education Spanish students who have taken the New York State Spanish Exam have passed, making the program’s success rate 100%. Graduates of the Adolescent Education Spanish B.S. program at Roberts Wesleyan College have experienced great success after college. The students are able to quickly join the work force, finding jobs not only in New York State but in major cities both national and abroad. Recent graduates have been quick to report their success: Two students are continuing their education at the University of Albany, working toward Master's Degrees in Bilingual Education and Library Science. One Adolescent Education Spanish graduate received three different job offers to teach Spanish, choosing to accept a position at Falconer High School in Jamestown, NY. One student was offered a teaching position at Fredonia High School just months after her graduation. Two are participating in the Learn and Teach Program at the Franklin Institute in Madrid, which is covering the costs of their Master's education at the University of Alcala, Madrid.