College Center, 2nd Floor
You don't have to wait until you graduate to put your knowledge to work. Through experiential learning, you can collaborate with local high schools, conduct research with community partners and solve operations issues for organizations.
Students will gain a rich variety of meaningful learning experiences that will enable them to contribute to their community, be professionals in the workplace and value lifelong learning.
The Center for Experiential Learning empowers students through collaboration with campus, community and industry partners to promote, develop and implement experiential learning through community-based learning, volunteerism, academic internships, career exploration and preparation, and other engaged learning experiences.
Career Services helps you explore careers and industry to determine if your major is the right choice for you by providing opportunities to gain exposure and develop your career and professional self through connections with professionals, tours, industry networking events and speakers .
Career Services prepares you to gain employment and internship experiences related to your major through resume and interview preparation, portfolio development, networking and our online job posting system College Central Network.
CCN Services provides a hub for students and alumni to connect with employers. Career Services staff can help you set up a CCN Services account so you can access the job-posting system as well as resources for creating a résumé or writing a cover letter. Learn more by visiting CCN Services or contacting Career Services at 651-450-3683.
Gain off-campus, structured, work experiences that directly relate to your major field of study. Internships will help you apply your learning, receive direct supervision and feedback, develop references, build mentoring relationships, and clarify your career and personal goals.
How we help...
Apply what you're learning in the classroom to a real-world setting. Through your work in and with the community, you'll be able to see how the skills you are learning apply in a real-life context. And you'll be working to create real change in schools, cities, government and nonprofit agencies in our area.
Here’s what Inver Hills students are doing: