Discover, experiment, and broaden your knowledge through first-hand experiences offered by UCSD and the community instead of hearing about the adventures of others.
Round out your education by exploring these experiential learning categories:
Build confidence and develop skills in public speaking, interpersonal and professional communication, intergroup relations, and leadership.
Volunteer for the campus and the community through one-time, short-term, and long-term projects.
Think outside the catalog. Find educational experiences that occur beyond traditional course catalog offerings and still get credit.
Gain experience through temporary positions for college graduates, including fellowships, alumni internships, and postgraduate research opportunities.
Expand your cross-cultural skills, perspectives, and knowledge, and re-evaluate your personal and professional goals through study, work, internships, or volunteer opportunities around the world.
Learn while you work in a temporary position. These may be full- or part-time, academic, and/ or paid or unpaid.
Earn credit and benefit the community through organized service activities.