Experiential (Hands On) Learning Opportunities
Experiential learning means hands-on learning, or taking what you have learned in the classroom and applying it to real work situations. This can be through internships, externships, volunteering, case studies, project work and more. These experiences can be added to your résumé to show employers your skills. Examples of experiential learning are:
- Campus employment – Visit Handshake. Use NAU as the keyword.
- FCB Ambassador
- Informational Interviews
- Job Shadow/NAU Thrive
- Study Abroad
- Simulations for MGT 301 and 490C courses
- Undergraduate Research
- Teachers Assistant (TA) or Supplemental Instructor (SI)
- Graduate Assistantship (GA)
- Hold a formal leadership role in a student organization
- Capstone Projects
- Student Government
- Business Leadership Program (BLP)
- Sign up for Volunteer Match and find opportunities in your community or around the country.
- Interested in sustainability? Check out NAU Green programs for student groups, community programs, and campus initiatives to get involved with
- Idealist.org is a job and internship website for students looking for opportunities in not-for-profit companies.
- Volunteer with NAU’s Center for Service and Volunteerism.
- AmeriCorps hires students to serve at over 30 agencies throughout Coconino County.
- Develop communication and interpersonal skills by becoming a mentor.
Meet with an FCB Career Coach to add your experiences to your resume and to learn how to share these in an interview!