Experiential Learning Opportunities

The University at Buffalo encourages every student to seek learning opportunities beyond the classroom. Whether by partnering with a faculty member on a research project, interning with a local or national organization, making an impact in the Buffalo community, or taking your education overseas, the initiative to go above and beyond will open doors to a multitude of worthwhile experiences. 

Student in Spain.

Today's students recognize the value and benefits of meaningful international experience as part of their UB education. Study Abroad at UB offers a world of opportunities (literally!) for learning and personal development.

Internship and job fair.

Internships are one of the most direct ways for students to explore future employment opportunities. Get resume experience while making connections and discovering a career that you love. See available internship possibilities through UB's Career Services Office.

Students with Barbara Bono.

The Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (CURCA) gives undergraduate students the opportunity to dive deep into a subject of interest with distinguished faculty guiding their way. 

UB Day of Caring.

UB promotes many forms of service-learning. From alternative break sessions to teaching in the Buffalo Public Schools to "Saturdays of Service," these unique community-oriented activities help others while building essential communication and leadership skills.

Door of the ELC reading: Get Curious, Get Engaged, Get Inspired.

The Experiential Learning Center is a resource specifically for students in the College of Arts and Sciences. Ask for guidance from staff experts or simply use the space to research opportunities and funding sources.