Experiential Learning at Cayuga Community College
Cayuga Community College provides a variety of educational opportunities that allow students to learn by doing, connecting classroom content with real-world situations, and reflecting on the experience. As a result, students at CCC obtain a deeper understanding of their discipline, are better prepared for service and leadership in their careers and communities, and develop critical thinking skills.
A student engaged in experiential educational activities at CCC may take part in:
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Scholarships for Volunteering!
Are you a Cayuga CC student volunteering your time in the community? CCC students that serve as volunteers at non-profit agencies, tutors and pre-service teachers in school districts or after-school programs and nursing students performing clinical experience are all eligible for Americorps Scholarships worth $1,175.
Americorps is a Federal community service program that provides students with scholarships after they have completed 300 hours of service in a calendar year. These scholarships may be applied towards outstanding students loans and the cost of attending college. Work-study students are eligible to apply.
Contact Sheila Myers, Coordinator of Experiential Learning by e-mail email@example.com or call 315-255-1743 x 2122.
About Experiential Learning
Cayuga Community College welcomes new partnerships with community organizations, businesses, and educational institutions; if your organization has an interest in connecting with students and faculty at Cayuga Community College for any of these initiatives, please contact:
Experiential Learning Coordinator
Office of Academic Partnerships, Room M316