Experiential Learning describes the process whereby a student is involved in a credited activity outside of the classroom that relates to his/her chosen area of study, takes time to reflect upon this experience, and utilizes the information and skills gained from this activity. The main goals of experiential learning are skill development, career preparation, service, content knowledge, and values or spiritual development. Experiential learning may take many forms, including internships, study abroad, practica, co-op opportunities, or service-learning activities.
Community Service Clubs
Includes chapters of Amnesty International, Habitat for Humanity and The Student Volunteer Organization. Volunteer opportunities are posted in Young Student Center or contact Mary McEntee at 358-2665 for more information.
Internships and Cooperative Education
Internships and Cooperative Education allow students to earn elective credits and valuable work experience in paid and unpaid positions related to their academic programs.
Career Resource Center
Students may peruse national and international Internship directories available in the Career Resource Center of Academic and Career Advising.
KSC Jobs and Internships Online
Academic & Career Advising provides students with the opportunity to search online at JobWISE for Full-time and Part-time jobs, Internships, and Cooperative Education experiences related to their major.
National & International Exchange
Provides information and support for two groups of students: incoming international students and national exchange students, as well as outgoing study abroad/study away students. Open 12 months of the year, the Exchange Center offers services in visa/immigration work, homestay and employment access, and considerable linkage to students, faculty and staff on this campus.
Job Search on the Internet
Additional online internship resources may be found by scrolling to Internships and Summer Jobs.