Brandon Bost, Academic Counselor

Brandon Bost
Academic Counselor
125 Reynolda Hall

A native of NC and raised in Winston-Salem, Brandon Bost graduated in 2008 with a BA in Spanish and a Minor in Economics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. A study abroad trip in Mexico and a year of Americorps solidified his love for language, culture, and authentic tacos. Immediately following college, Brandon completed a certification in interpreting for health and human services at FTCC. He started his career at a local Title 1 middle school, Philo-Hill Magnet Academy, to work bilingually in parent involvement, coaching, and teaching for six years. During his tenure, he obtained a Masters of Education with emphasis in ESOL. In 2015, Brandon took a position at Guilford Technical Community College as coordinator of the English for Speakers of Other Languages program where he oversaw day to day operations, supervised part-time instructors and staff, and worked with over 600 adult refugees and immigrants annually. He and his wife Lauren are actively involved in their church, enjoy rock-climbing, any outdoor sport, and travelling abroad.