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The Office of Experiential Learning is part of Student Services in the Rubenstein School. Staff work with students, faculty, and community partners to facilitate and support high impact engagement through internships, service-learning courses, study abroad, and applied research.

These experiences prepare Rubenstein School students to become effective environmental leaders and engaged citizens by developing problem-solving, critical thinking, communication, and professional skills. Our programs also foster skills in cultural competency so that our graduates may work inclusively across diverse communities and perspectives.

Getting hands on experience is key. Take advantage of these great opportunities to gain experience, enhance your skills, and learn more about possible jobs and careers.

Career Development

Discover jobs and career paths and Rubenstein School alumni in your field of interest. Find resume samples to get you started.

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Internships

Find an internship, arrange to earn credit for an internship, and fill out the required Internship Learning Contract.

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Undergraduate Research

Learn about research opportunities with faculty and graduate students in the Rubenstein School.

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Off-Campus Study

Explore study abroad programs that other RSENR students have traveled with; travel courses; courses our professors teach; connect with the Office of Internatonal Education; and find out study abroad deadlines.

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Community-Engaged Learning

The Rubenstein School prides itself on its commitment to community-engaged learning and offers several impactful service-learning courses. Explore courses, collaborators, projects, and resources for  students, faculty, and community partners.

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LET'S TALK

Each member of our Student Services Team supports different aspects of Experiential Learning in the Rubenstein School. 

Email the Student Services Team with questions