At Case Western Reserve University, we are all-in on experiential learning that enhances your education. And our students make the most of it—99% of our undergraduates complement their coursework with internships, co-ops, research, creative endeavors, study abroad, community service and the like.
That’s because we make sure hands-on learning is not only available, but also easily accessible.
The Experiential Education Database is a central hub of sortable and filterable opportunities where students pinpoint the types of engagements they are looking for.
- First-year engineering research opportunities?
Check out the Center for Engineering Action.
- Remote internships in the arts?
You may qualify for a Feldman Internship Grant.
- Interested in using your healthcare background to serve the community?
Plenty of chances for that as a Civic Engagement Scholar.
Advising on experiential learning, however, goes far beyond digital tools.
CWRU students connect regularly with their navigator, a professional staff member who is by their side for their entire CWRU education. Navigators help our students define their goals, and identify ways and means to achieve them. When the time comes, too, your navigator will help you communicate your learning in the classroom and beyond on your resume and graduate school applications.
At CWRU, you will think (and go) beyond the possible.