Lee Eisenberg ’06

Lee spent a year after his graduation in Yekaterinburg (Russia). He participated in the US-Russia Volunteer Initiative (USRVI), sponsored by IREX. Along with other volunteers, Lee taught schoolchildren about mental disabilities, as well as oversaw sports events between mentally disabled students and non-disabled students. In addition to his work, Lee liked to go to operas, theaters, museums, and more. Lee studied at the Moscow State University on the ACTR full scholarship and returned to the USA in May, 2009.  After that he studied translation and localization management at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, located in Monterey, California. Lee has been working as a translator since his graduation from the Monterey Institute.  He recently moved to Louisville, Kentucky, where he received a new translation job.

Title

Foreign Languages, Russian and German

Secondary Title

2006

Description

Lee spent a year after his graduation in Yekaterinburg (Russia). He participated in the US-Russia Volunteer Initiative (USRVI), sponsored by IREX. Along with other volunteers, Lee taught schoolchildren about mental disabilities, as well as oversaw sports events between mentally disabled students and non-disabled students. In addition to his work, Lee liked to go to operas, theaters, museums, and more. Lee studied at the Moscow State University on the ACTR full scholarship and returned to the USA in May, 2009.  After that he studied translation and localization management at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, located in Monterey, California. Lee has been working as a translator since his graduation from the Monterey Institute.  He recently moved to Louisville, Kentucky, where he received a new translation job.