Jan. 6-24, 2020
Explore hands-on learning this winter. (Don’t forget your gloves!)
Through our winter experiential learning offerings, students have the opportunity to learn through volunteering, career development and research.
Alternative break programs engage students in experiential learning through community service and volunteerism during their fall (Thanksgiving), winter or spring break.
The English Language Institute’s (ELI) American English Pronunciation course offers instruction and practice in stress and intonation, fluency, listening and production of American English sounds. Register at the ELI, 320 Baldy Hall, North Campus.
Prepare for the future and develop career-readiness through Career Services winter learning opportunities.
The Experiential Learning Network (ELN) serves as a hub for undergraduate students interested in finding challenging research and mentored projects that match their academic interests and career goals.
CSTEP supports talented underrepresented students pursuing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), licensed and health-related professions. CSTEP offers preparation, resources and opportunities critical to student success.
Honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by participating in a day of service. UB faculty, staff and students are invited to volunteer for a half-day on various projects in the WNY community. Transportation is provided. For questions, email Rachel DiDomizio.
REALM is a full-day program held each semester that gives students the opportunity to shadow a professional in the Buffalo-Niagara region or New York City metro area. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and the final due date is TBA. For questions, email Jude Butch in the Office of Student Engagement.
Last updated: September 17, 2019 10:52 am EST