Environmental science major is restoring fish to New England’s waterways
Want to change the world? Then you’d better get to know it. Experiential learning is learning through action — real settings, real stakes, real impact.
What do you think of when you see the phrase “experiential learning?” Do you imagine yourself completing an internship, volunteering in the local community, or studying abroad for a semester or two? At Clark, those opportunities only scratch the surface.
That’s because here experiential learning is more than an add-on to your education – it’s integrated into our curriculum and fundamental to our culture. Through coursework and co-curriculars, athletics and internships, you’ll be challenged to connect what you learn with a broader appreciation for its context and applications. And as you learn in real-world settings, you’ll benefit from opportunities to deepen your knowledge in a specific field and contribute to causes and projects you believe in.
This is what LEEP is all about, and how Clark prepares you with the skills and experiences necessary to make an immediate impact after graduation.