Experiential

Take your learning outside the classroom with experiential opportunities that bring your studies to life – like study abroad or domestic exchange, working as a research or teaching assistant, civic engagement and service learning courses, and doing a thesis or other capstone work. Don’t think of these as “extras.” They’re an integral part of your education – promoting personal growth and academic success – and they need not cost more than you pay for tuition.

5 Digital Skills That Will Help You Get A Better Title And Make More Money At The Start Of Your Career

5 Digital Skills That Will Help You Get A Better Title And Make More Money At The Start Of Your Career

By Carol Sharick
Carol Sharick Director of Career and Professional Development for Undergraduates, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
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Behind the Leader: Michelle Chung

“I decided to come to UMass because of the major itself. The thing about SCD was the fact that it has sustainability built into the curriculum, and it’s at the crossroads of the social and scientific side of environmental work. …

By Alli Faust
Alli Faust Product Manager
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After internship, anthropology major Meg Reynolds reflects towards future career

Recent graduate Meg Reynolds has broad interests, and her SBS Internship Award in 2017 helped her explore how they might work in her career path. An Anthropology major with minors in Art and Biology, she interned with the The Resistance …

By Alli Faust
Alli Faust Product Manager
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This resource contains a variety of sample resumes that are appropriate for SBS majors.  Use these as a formatting …