Different Ways to Gain Experience
There are a lot of different ways to gain experience before you graduate. Gaining experience through different avenues will benefit you when entering the job market after graduation.
With this orientation you will learn about expectations for your job shadow experience.
The St. Kate’s Internship Program is designed to give students a professionally supervised and planned work experience that can connect to their academic program, build skills, and develop career interests.
Volunteering & Community Engagement
The Center for Community Work and Learning (CWL) facilitates meaningful engaged learning through community-engaged courses, student employment programs, and civic engagement.
Fellowships are short-term opportunities (3 months to 2 years) that focus on professional development. They are sponsored by organizations seeking to expand leadership in their field.
There are a wide variety of jobs available that you can take on part-time while in school.
Taking classes inside and outside your major can provide valuable experiences that can benefit you throughout your career.
Projects that involve investigation, inquiry, creativity, discovery, originality, analysis, and interpretation are all part of what we consider scholarly work: research and creative inquiry.
Explore academic opportunities to engage with global cultures, communities, and environments. Choose from more than 150 short-term, semester-long and year-long programs offered by St. Kate’s in more than 50 countries