OLPD 3316: Field Experience: Intercultural Internship

Internship-based course focused on leadership principles and intercultural values that impact the work environment. For students in the undergraduate Leadership Minor, this is the opportunity to apply what they have learned in a real-life setting. Prior to departure for the on-site internship in the city location, students spend a week in class at the University studying the theoretical frameworks that will provide the foundation for the 6-week internship, reflection process, and living experience. The composition of the class cohort will include international and domestic students, which provides the opportunity to experience and reflect upon the internship and the designated city living experience through an intercultural lens. Upon completion of the internship, the class cohort will return to the University to complete a final week of class on campus.

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A- Average (3.517)Most Common: A- (40%)

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    Understanding
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    Interesting


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