Experiential Education is the application of theory to a hands-on experience within the classroom, within the community or in the work place, which advances what you are learning in a course or program and requires you to reflect upon your learning.
Visit the Student Experiential Education Guide and the YU Experience Hub to learn about the different types of EE, how to engage in structured reflection, what core competencies are key and how to integrate what you've learned into your resume.
Students, faculty, administrators, staff and community members.
Yes, a link to register will be available on January 10, 2022.
Mandatory training session on December 8, 2021 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Mandatory attendance at the Symposium on February 2, 2022
Please also consider time to submit your application and create your poster, podcast or video.
Yes, as long as each group member gives permission.
Yes, as long as each application is for a different EE activity. You can also submit one application as an individual and another as a group.
Yes, we appreciate your interest!
You will receive e-mail confirmation by Friday, November 26, 2021 from an EE Symposium committee member.
The training session on December 8, 2021, will provide information on how to create your digital product to showcase the learning and insights you have gained from participating in EE at York, as well as guidelines on taking part in a facilitated, focused EE panel discussion on the day of the EE Symposium 2022.