Go beyond the curriculum!
Apply your knowledge and conceptual understanding of engineering to real-world problems. Build confidence in the profession, yourself, and your dreams. Become even more decided and invested in the future you are working toward!
Taking advantage of an experiential learning opportunity increases problem-solving, organizational and interpersonal skills, builds confidence, and encourages creative innovation. It is also an invaluable addition to your resume.
There are many opportunities to engage in experiential learning in the UMass College of Engineering including:
- Internships and Co-ops
- Community Service Learning
- Undergraduate Research
- Entrepreneurial Experiences
- Study Abroad
- Student Clubs and Societies
- K–12 & Community Outreach.
For more information about these experiential programs, click on the links above or visit the Engineering Career Development and Experiential Learning Center in 112-114 Marston Hall.