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Experience hands-on learning

Every Mount student has the opportunity to pair what they learn in the classroom with hands-on experience. They do this through co-op work terms, practicums, internships, research, course-based project work and activities, volunteer work, professional development activities, leadership experiences, and global engagement. All of this experiential learning adds up to future career success.

Explore Experiential Learning opportunities at the Mount:

Co-operative Education

Co-operative Education

Public Relations, Business Administration, Tourism and Hospitality Management

Internships

Internships

Arts and Science, Science Communications, Applied Human Nutrition, Student Research Internship

Practicum

Practicum

Bachelor of Education, Child and Youth Study

Course-Based Work

Course-Based Work

Speak to your academic advisor or faculty advisor for information about courses that offer experiential learning opportunities or activities.

Co-curricular Recognition Program

Co-Curricular Recognition Program (CCRP)

Document all non-academic, extra-curricular involvement in an official format called a Co-Curricular Record.

Global Engagement

Global Engagement

Participate in global experiences and grow your social and professional networks.

Student Works

Student Works

On-campus job opportunities for full-time students who meet eligibility requirements.

Career Services

Career Services

Access a variety of career-related services, resources and opportunities