Showcasing Experiential Learning
"I am amazed hearing how so many students dedicate many hours and effort to give back to the community. I'm so proud of their dedication." Parent
How Can You Showcase Your Experiential Learning?
There are a number of ways to showcase your students and their engagement in experiential learning. The Office of Experiential learning can assist you with publicity through any of the following media sources:
- Engage Newsletter
Engage is a monthly publication that highlights experiential learning opportunities that are happening each month. To have your project included in the publication, you can send photos and a brief description of the project (who, what, when, where, why, how) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also helpful are student and faculty comments.
At the end of each semester, all of the projects for that semester are compiled and placed on the Infochannel for showcasing experiential learning and student engagement.
While students are at the service site, the faculty supervisor can take photos along with a brief picture caption and have them uploaded to the MCC Facebook site. Please submit your request to email@example.com
- Experiential Learning Reception
At the end of the academic year, the CTL hosts an Experiential Learning Reception and Awards Ceremony. Anyone who has contributed to their community through experiential learning whether through classroom learning or service through the CTL are recognized for their contributions. Anyone interested in service learning or supporting service learning are also welcome to attend.
- Poster Exhibit
At the end of each academic year, photos and project descriptions are used to create a colorful poster exhibit that is displayed at the Experiential Learning Reception and various places around campus.
- Experiential Learning Website
The Experiential Learning website features photos, a list of experiential learning courses, sample projects, resources and much more.
Visit our Service Learning Galleries