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Alamo Colleges' Library Information

St. Philip's College
• MLK Campus Library
• Southwest Campus Library
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Experiential Learning is the process by which students learn through personal experience. Career-relevant skills, knowledge and experience are gained outside of the classroom, through student-sought experiences such as research, externships, internships or community service.

Through experiential learning, students gain experience by applying knowledge to real-world problems. According to the 2013 Association of American Colleges and University survey, employers endorse educational practices that engage student in active, effortful work—practices such as internships, research, and community engagements, among others.

As the economic climate continues to create challenges for graduates seeking employment, gaining practical skills and real-world experience may provide an advantage as a growing number of employers have come to expect to see these types of experiences on applicants’ resumes (Gallup, 2014).

Department Information

Office of Experiential Learning
Alamo University Center
8300 Pat Booker Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78233 

Martha L. Trevino, Ph.D.
Mtrevino114@alamo.edu
 
210.486.5900

Did You know

Experiential learning
opportunities help you

1. Clarify your career goals
 
2. Develop confidence that you can complete various tasks related to career decision-making?