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Experiential Education takes place in a work setting where the student has the opportunity to apply their academic knowledge.
Participation in this program will help students make intellectual connections between the workplace and the classroom by engaging in the learning process through hands-on experience.
Employers benefit from working with qualified and motivated students who have the potential to become a significant asset to the company.
Students may become involved in Experiential Education opportunities during their sophomore year to determine the type of internship opportunity which best suits their course of study and long-term career goals.
Ursuline students have been successful in a great variety of internships. View a presentation covering the different types of experiential education available at Ursuline College and testimonials of recent Ursuline internship students and employers' experiences by clicking on the link "Jobs and Internships" on the left side of this page.
Prospective Students and Employers: please contact Hannah Hardy, Assistant Director of Counseling and Career Services at 440-720-3146 or e-mail Hannah.Hardy@ursuline.edu
if you would like to learn more about internship opportunities at Ursuline College.
FormsStudent ChecklistInternship Learning Objectives
Experiential Education Agreement (.pdf)Weekly Time Sheets (.pdf)Site Visit Checklist (.pdf)Midterm Evaluation (.pdf)Employer Final Evaluation of Student (.pdf)Student Final Evaluation of Site (.pdf)Internship Guide
ResourcesNEO Talent ExchangeThe NEO Talent Exchange is a great place to find jobs and internships in North East Ohio. Create your profile and start matching to jobs and internships today!
The Washington Center
The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars is an independent, nonprofit organization serving hundreds of colleges and universities in the United States and other countries by providing selected students challenging opportunities to work and learn in Washington, D.C. for academic credit.