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 wanted to remedy that.
Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education created a central database for students to search for and explore the many opportunities for experiential education sponsored and coordinated by CWRU.
“We wanted to be intentional in the creation of this resource, so students could explore a variety of options in a single database,” said Brian Matthews, assistant director of experiential learning. “Based on the myriad submissions thus far, I am confident we are on the right track in adding value to the student experience at CWRU.”
The new database will:
- Allow students to search for and explore opportunities with ease;
- Filter and sort opportunities by type, interest area and more;
- Connect students directly with program sites to learn more and apply; and
- Increase visibility for programs.
Matthews added: “Whether you are a potential student considering CWRU or are a current student exploring opportunities in support of your educational or career interests, this resource can provide valuable options for experiential education.”
The database is available now on the Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education website. Access the database.
In addition to helping students discover the many experiential education opportunities across campus, faculty and staff can submit the details of their programs to be included in the database to increase visibility and encourage student participation.
If you have any questions, or need assistance as you begin to explore the database, contact Brian Matthews, assistant director of experiential learning, at firstname.lastname@example.org.