After graduating from Illinois State University in 2014, Mahomet-Seymour graduate Hillary Veitch decided to venture far away from her hometown. She moved to South Korea, where she taught English as a Second Language on a Fulbright grant for three years.
After earning her master’s degree from the University of Illinois, where she taught at the Intensive English Institute, she was hired to teach English as a Second Language at Rantoul Township High School.
“Hillary is a great resource to the staff when it comes to strategies to help English-language learners,” Rantoul Principal Todd Wilson said. “Hillary is a strong advocate for her students and does everything in her power to help them succeed.”
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