Whether your goal is to prepare for a first or second career, it is critical that you enhance three areas simultaneously to maximize your future career opportunities;
Experiential Learning can help you strengthen and support these three areas.
Get the job you want! Three Keys
Experiential Learning is learning through real world experience.
Increasingly, employers are specifically searching for job applicants who have the credential they seek but, important distinction, can demonstrate strong work-ready and interpersonal skills.
Experiential learning, including; internships, practicums, cooperative education, service learning, field work, civic and community engagement, volunteerism, job shadowing and even informational interviewing, can all help you develop the skills necessary to become a highly sought job applicant.
By taking advantage of experiential learning opportunities while you are at MCC and developing a Career Action Plan, you will maximize your future employment opportunities.