Student Learning by Doing

Experiential Learning Opportunities

So what is experiential learning? It’s learning by doing and experiencing new opportunities!

Programs in this area include:

  • HR Academy —Feb 25, 2022, 9:00-2:00. If you’re interested in HR, join us as employers lead “real world” workshops to help you know more about this exciting and growing career. Registration is in the FCBE network. In conjunction with the SHRM Student Chapter, registration is in the Fogelman Internship Network, FIN.
  • Job Shadowing—This is an opportunity to engage in short-term experiences/visits with employers. This is a new program and is in progress. If you’re interested, contact Dr. Tuberville. It’s preferred that you’ve completed Tomorrow’s Business Professionals so that you’re ready to meet employers. For information on session dates and how to get involved, click here!
  • Company tours and visits—From time to time we have opportunities for students to visit companies as a group. These will be promoted as offered during the semester. More details to come.
  • Fogelman Women in Leadership—This program is focused toward women business students to meet women business professionals. See the schedule here for this semester’s programming. Registration is in the Fogelman Internship Network, FIN.
  • MILE—This prestigious program is an application program offered through the Management Department. The application process begins in the spring semester and the commitment is for the next fall and spring semesters. Assigned to a business professional as a mentor, this experience helps to focus on developing key success and leadership skills.
For more information, contact Dr. Kurt Kraiger, Kurt.Kraiger@memphis.edu or visit the MILE website.