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Database created to compile experiential education opportunities available to students; submit information to be listed

There are tremendous experiential education opportunities everywhere you look at Case Western Reserve University. The trouble is you have to know where to look to find them. And there’s no one place. Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education would like to remedy that.

After conversations with multiple campus partners in the experiential education space, they’ve created a central portal for students to search for and explore the many opportunities for experiential education sponsored and coordinated by CWRU. The database will:

  • Allow students, faculty and staff to search for and explore opportunities with ease;
  • Filter and sort opportunities by type, interest area and more;
  • Increase visibility for programs; and
  • Connect students directly with program websites so they can learn more and apply.

See the options and opportunities already listed in the database.

To submit an opportunity to be listed in the database, submit the information through the database form.

As you consider which types of experiences to share, be mindful that they can include those that support or enhance the academic program of students, engage external employers/organizations, are designed to explore career paths/industries, or have the support of faculty, a department or a center.

Submissions will be accepted through Thursday, Oct. 1, and reviewed on a rolling basis.

Direct questions to Brian Matthews, assistant director of experiential learning, at brian.matthews@case.edu.