A well-rounded education is about more than classroom learning. When you learn as a volunteer, through practicums, on student exchanges or by joining a club or interest group, you are introduced to situations that help make the connection between classroom and career.
Learn by doing
Connect theory to practice by participating in practicums, internships and field studies. Get involved with student research and study abroad programs. Join clubs or groups that allow you to explore personal interests. Gain experience and build your network through community-engaged learning. When you include these types of experiences on your resumé, potential employers take notice.
Specialists in experiential learning can help you learn more about the academic advantages of these and other types of learning opportunities.
MacEwan encourages undergraduate research through grant funding, research week, a research journal and student-led conferences and presentations. Let your curiosity lead you.
The traveler's edge
New countries, new cultures, new situations. When you study or volunteer in another country, you learn new skills and gain unique experiences that set you apart when you enter the job market.
Join MacEwan’s very successful United Nations Club, develop leadership skills as a MacEwan Ambassador, lead an intramural team. You can build your resumé while pursuing personal interests.