Funded by a Title III “Strengthening Institutions” grant by the Department of Education, The Experiential Education and Engagement Center (EEEC) is an on-campus resource with a mission to increase student retention, persistence, and graduation rates through early engagement. We connect students to campus and the community through high-impact practices including peer mentoring, undergraduate research, internships, and service-learning. Additionally, we provide support and development opportunities for faculty and staff.
Scholarship applications for internship and undergraduate research courses will open for the Fall semester will be open from August 1st-August 22nd.
Check here for the latest service-learning and internship opportunities that the EEEC’s community partners are offering to AUM students.
Click here for information regarding faculty funding for undergraduate research opportunities.
We are currently accepting applications for Peer Mentors for the 2022-23 academic year.
Click here to apply!
Click here for recordings from previous workshops and dates on upcoming faculty development.
Experiential education is a teaching philosophy in which students are engaged in hands-on experiences that allow them to apply the knowledge that they learned in the classroom. These experiences help further develop the problem-solving skills of students. They also provide them with a deeper understanding of their chosen career field, making them better prepared for life after graduation.
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Taylor Center 101
7400 East Drive Montgomery, AL 36117
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday
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