Arturo Molina, or Sr. Molina, has been teaching Spanish at Eleanor Roosevelt High School (El-Ro) since the school opened in 2002. He currently teaches the Spanish Grammar Level 3 class, the Spanish 4 Honors class and the AP Spanish Literature and Culture class.
Sr. Molina has been teaching in New York City since 2001. He started his teaching career at Greenwich Village Middle School in downtown NYC. Prior to working in the public education sector, Sr. Molina worked in the corporate sector in a mid-sized law firm in midtown Manhattan. He also worked in the non-profit sector in New York City.
Sr. Molina was born in El Salvador and came to the U.S. at the age of 8. His elementary school and middle school education took place in Queens, NY. He received a full scholarship to The Groton School in Groton, Massachusetts and then attended Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. Sr. Molina has a B.A. in Spanish Literature and International Politics, an M.S. in Urban and Multicultural Education from The College of Mount Saint Vincent and an M.A. in Labor Studies from the CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies.