Experiential Learning and Teaching
Brandeis University offers students and faculty a wide range of active and reflective learning and teaching opportunities.
The mission of The Office of Experiential Learning and Teaching is to collaborate with faculty and staff to help students:
- Broaden, deepen and enrich their relationship to the content/subject matter
- Actively apply and connect their learning to their own life experience
- Understand their motivations and values
- Inform current and future curricular, career and co-curricular experiences
- Develop agency, self-efficacy resilience, decision making, reflection and other life skills
- Participate as informed citizens in a global society
Fall 2015 Students: Do you want to receive credit for your fall internship?
Are you looking for an internship course and your major does not offer one?
Have you completed the internship course in your major?
Register for INT89a: 2 credits, Tuesdays 5:00-6:20 Contact Instructor for consent code, email@example.com
The purpose of this course is to help students to think critically about the organization and industry in which they are currently interning, while developing and articulating their “personal narrative” as a result of this experience. While the internship is the “lab,” students will use their assignments, reflections and class meetings to analyze their experience to both develop and articulate their academic, professional, and personal goals.