MY UofSC EXPERIENCE ENGAGEMENTS

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Education Recruitment Day Teachers wanted! In this one-stop job shop, talk with school district leaders from across the Southeast to learn about current and future job openings. Past attendees have received same-day employment offers. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Pillars for Carolina Extended Mentor Pillars for Carolina XMs help introduce incoming students to student life and resources on campus. XMs are peer mentors who lead groups and communicate information to diverse audiences; student mentees look to XMs to answer their candid questions about the college experience. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,,Interpersonal skills,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Pillars for Carolina Leadership Team Student leaders manage all components of the planning, recruitment, and execution of the Pillars for Carolina Extended Orientation Program. Team members work together to solve problems, communicate to multiple constituents, supervise peer mentors, and evaluate the effectiveness of program activities. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,,Problem solving,TeamworkColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Advanced Lodging Management - HRTM 560 Students work in groups to solve a problem identified by a partner hotel general manager, as if they are consultants to the hotel. At the end of the term, students must prepare a written report and conduct an interactive presentation with proposed recommendations for top managers at the hotel. Capstone Project Spring 2021 Capstone Course or Project 3 17 76 HRTM 560 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Capstone Experience,Apply specialized knowledge,,Inquiry and analysis,Integrative and applied learningColumbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management
Undergraduate Research - Paid or Volunteer Step into the world of academic research by supporting a faculty project or generating your own. Reach out to a mentor to explore potential projects, and sign on as a volunteer or paid research assistant. You'll learn more about your field of study, connect with faculty and stretch your problem-solving skills. Research Spring 2021 Undergraduate Research 3 13 32 Undergraduate Research GLD-Research; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Undergraduate Research Programs,Research,,Critical and creative thinking,Problem solvingColumbia Research Undergraduate Research
Undergraduate Research - Student Grant Award Don't let finances stop you from pursuing a research project. With support from a faculty mentor, you can apply for grant funds that may be used for expenses such as project travel, materials and supplies or salary. Research projects can help you gain expertise in your area of study, connect with faculty and stretch your problem-solving skills. Research Spring 2021 Undergraduate Research 3 13 32 Undergraduate Research GLD-Research; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Undergraduate Research Programs,Research,,Critical and creative thinking,Problem solvingColumbia Research Undergraduate Research
Undergraduate Research - Student Grant Award/Independent Study Don't let finances stop you from pursuing a for-credit research project. With support from a faculty mentor, you can apply for grant funds that may be used for expenses such as project travel, materials and supplies or salary. Research projects can help you gain expertise in your area of study, connect with faculty and stretch your problem-solving skills. Research Spring 2021 Undergraduate Research 3 13 32 Undergraduate Research GLD-Research; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Undergraduate Research Programs,Research,,Critical and creative thinking,Problem solvingColumbia Research Undergraduate Research
Undergraduate Research - Independent Study Credit Let your curiosity lead you. In an independent research study course for credit, you'll work with a mentor to explore a topic in-depth through a hands-on research project. Along the way, you'll gain expertise in your area of study, connect with faculty and stretch your problem-solving skills. Research Spring 2021 Undergraduate Research 3 13 32 Undergraduate Research GLD-Research; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Undergraduate Research Programs,Research,,Critical and creative thinking,Problem solvingColumbia Research Undergraduate Research
University 101 Peer Leader U101 Peer Leaders co-teach a section of a UNIV 101 course with a faculty or staff member, and serve as resources, mentors, and facilitators for learning in and beyond the classroom for first-year students enrolled in the course. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 30 University 101 Programs EDLP 520 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Diversity & Social Advocacy; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Career readiness,Self-knowledge,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
University 101 Senior Peer Leader Senior Peer Leaders serve as resources, mentors, and facilitators for learning in and beyond the EDLP 520 classroom for first-time peer leaders enrolled in the course. They co-teach a section of the course with a faculty or staff member, prepare and facilitate lesson plans, and help their mentees comment with campus resources. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 30 University 101 Programs GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,,Communication - spoken,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Career Assessment Interpretation Maximize your college education by finding the major and career path that are the right fit for you. In one-on-one counseling with a trained career coach, you'll take a deep look at your interests, abilities and aptitudes and explore related major and career options. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Study / Practice self knowledge,Career development,Self-knowledge,Problem solvingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Choosing a Major/Career Students interact 1-1 with a trained career coach regarding making career /major decisions by exploring student interests, abilities, aptitudes, and alignment with options for choice of major and career field. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Study / Practice self knowledge,Career development,Self-knowledge,Problem solvingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Curriculum Vita / Cover Letter Review Make a strong first impression in your job and internship search. Receive a professional review of your curriculum vita and cover letter and review your presentation options in a one-on-one session with a career coach. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,Study / Practice self knowledge,Problem solving,Self-knowledgeColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Graduate / Professional School Get a jump-start on the competitive graduate and professional school application process with a one-on-one coaching session. A professional staff member will guide you to related resources and together you'll outline a step-by-step plan for your applications. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,Study / Practice self knowledge,Problem solving,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Interview Preparation Gain confidence in marketing your skills and abilities to prospective employers or graduate and professional schools. Schedule a one-on-one interview prep session with a career coach to learn how to research prospective employers, practice your presentation skills and prepare for high-stakes interviews. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,Study / Practice self knowledge,Self-knowledge,Problem solvingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Job Search Lower the stress in your job search. Learn how to target your search and form a search plan in a one-on-one career coaching session. Students who begin their job search six months or more before graduation earn starting salaries that are $8,200 higher than those who don't. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,Study / Practice self knowledge,Problem solving,Self-knowledgeColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - LinkedIn LinkedIn is a powerful tool for job seekers and employers alike. In a one-on-one coaching session, learn strategies to build your online presence and your professional social network, and see how LinkedIn can boost your overall job search plan. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,,Problem solving,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Mock Interview Lights, camera, interview! Practice answering questions in a mock interview session with a career coach. After the interview, you'll receive one-on-one feedback to improve your performance in future interviews. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,,Self-knowledge,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Parallel Career Path Students interact with professional career coach to explore options regarding choice of major and career fields, in recognition of competitive admissions practices and other factors that may affect plans. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,Study / Practice self knowledge,Problem solving,Self-knowledgeColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Personal Statement / Essay Reviews Get a professional review of your draft personal statement or essay to bolster your graduate/professional school application. Feeling stuck and don't know where to start? Work one-on-one with a coach to brainstorm topics and learn how to tell your story in a compelling narrative. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,,Problem solving,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Resume / Cover Letter Review Make a strong first impression in your job and internship search. Get a professional review of your resume and cover letter in a one-on-one session with a career coach. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,,Problem solving,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Studio Peer Educator Career Studio Peer Educators advise students on career-related questions during appointments, manage front-desk operations, create and deliver presentations, initiate outreach activities, participate in marketing projects, and collaborate with professional staff members on career development initiatives. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 30 Career Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Career readiness,Interpersonal skills,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Carolina Internship Program - Part-time Test out your career path with a paid part-time internship. Throughout one academic semester, you'll spend about 20 hours per week working on real-world projects for a partner business or agency while you maintain your status as a student. Your internship will also be noted on your transcript. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Cooperative Education 3 11 30 Career Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Career development,Apply specialized knowledge,Professionalism / work ethic,Integrative and applied learningColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Carolina Internship Program - Full-time Sharpen your professional skills and earn extra cash with a full-time internship. Maintain your status as a student while you gain valuable hands-on job experience and form professional relationships in your field. Your internship will also be noted on your transcript. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 11 30 Career Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Career readiness,Apply specialized knowledge,Professionalism / work ethic,Specialized knowledge and skillsColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Cooperative Education (Co-op) - Alternating Get a sneak peek at life as a full-time working professional with a paid alternating co-op experience. You will switch between a semester of full-time school and a semester of full-time work (40 hours/week) with the same employer for two to three semesters. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Cooperative Education 3 11 30 Career Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Cooperative Education (Co-op) - Parallel Boost your bank account and explore your career options with a cooperative education experience. You'll work part-time (20 hours/week) for two to three semesters with the same employer, building your work experience and your professional network. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Cooperative Education 3 11 30 Career Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Pathways to Professions (Externship) Get the inside scoop about career paths straight from local professionals. Check out what it's like to work for their employer, ask questions and make connections. Explore your career options before you commit. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Money Management Consultation Take control of your financial future. Talk one-on-one with a financial literacy consultant and learn about money and debt management, credit and student loan repayment policies. Educational Support Spring 2021 Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; Learning Assistance Programs,Study / Practice financial literacy,Study / Practice self knowledge,Financial literacy,Problem solvingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Peer Consultant Use your academic success to help other students gain confidence in the classroom. Working one-on-one, you'll explore study skills and time management tips and map a plan for their success, including goals and campus resources. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 30 Student Success Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Career readiness,Influencing others,Problem solvingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Peer Financial Consultant Lend a hand to students seeking advice about their personal finances. Share your money smarts by helping your peers navigate financial goal setting and money management strategies. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 30 Student Success Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Leadership,Influencing others,Financial literacyColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Peer Tutor Help students overcome their stumbling blocks in the classroom. Apply your subject area knowledge to one-on-one and group tutoring sessions. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 30 Student Success Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Apply specialized knowledge,Communication - spoken,Integrative and applied learningColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Peer Writing and Communications Tutor Use your love of language to help other students grow as communicators. You'll meet one-on-one with students, supporting them on projects such as papers, lab reports, speeches and more. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 30 Student Success Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Apply specialized knowledge,Critical and creative thinking,Communication - writtenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Peer Writing and Communications Session Whether you're stumped at the start or need a final reader, turn to a student expert for free writing and communications support. Schedule an appointment or drop by for help with assignments such as lab reports, papers, creative writing assignments and presentations. Educational Support Spring 2021 Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; Learning Assistance Programs,Study / Practice intellectual skills,,Communication - written,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Student Success Center Program Assistant / Mentor Build up your management skills while you help other students succeed. You'll mentor and supervise student tutors and consultants, drawing on your experience as a peer leader working one-on-one with clients at the Student Success Center. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 30 Student Success Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Career readiness,Teamwork,Critical and creative thinkingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Success Consultation Empower yourself to achieve more in the classroom. You'll meet one-on-one with a trained peer consultant and together create a plan for improved performance, which may cover topics such as study skills, focus, exam prep and procrastination. Educational Support Spring 2021 Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; Learning Assistance Programs,Study / Practice intellectual skills,Study / Practice self knowledge,Foundations and skills for lifelong learning,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Supplemental Instruction Stay on top of your course material and boost your grades. Join a group study session where you can discuss recent class material, practice what you're learning and get help with your questions from a trained peer. Educational Support Spring 2021 Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; Learning Assistance Programs,Study / Practice intellectual skills,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Supplemental Instruction Peer Leader You've aced the class, now help others achieve success! You'll lead three group study sessions per week for students in a particular class, reviewing challenging material, answering questions and offering study tips. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 30 Student Success Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,,Influencing others,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Transfer Success Consultation Set yourself up for success as a transfer student. Talk one-on-one with a transfer coordinator to sort out your classroom challenges, learn about campus resources and more. Educational Support Spring 2021 Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; Transfer Student Programs and Services,Study / Practice self knowledge,,Personal and social responsibility - Striving for excellence,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Laboratory Teaching Experience - BIOL 398 Boost your experience in the biology lab and help other students. Use your scientific knowledge to lead in-class discussions and ask questions that help introductory students complete lab activities. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 14 39 BIOL 398 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Leadership,Specialized knowledge and skills,Influencing othersColumbia Arts & Sciences Biological Sciences
Internship: Community Engagement - COLA 390 Make an impact at a local agency, applying your skills and education in a supervised internship. This real-world professional experience can help you make connections and test out your career path before graduation. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 14 98 COLA 390 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Career development,,Self-knowledge,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Arts & Sciences Dean's Office
Internship: Global Experience - COLA 391 Let your career goals take flight with a global internship. Get hands-on professional experience in another country and push your career boundaries. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 14 98 COLA 391 Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Career development,,Self-knowledge,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Arts & Sciences Dean's Office
Teaching Internship in Foreign Languages - FORL 474 Take the final step to prepare for your career as a foreign languages teacher. You'll plan and teach lessons with your own K-12 class and work one-on-one with a coaching teacher to hone your classroom skills. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 14 46 FORL 474 GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Arts & Sciences Languages, Literatures and Culture
Advanced Sociological Research Methods - SOCY 561 Put your analytical and research skills to the test with real-world sociology projects. Across one semester, you will complete two projects: one based on data analysis and one based on original interviews you will conduct on a topic of your choice. Gain experience in the research process from topic exploration and initial data collection through summarizing your findings in scholarly writing and presenting your research. Research Spring 2021 Undergraduate Research 3 14 53 SOCY 561 GLD-Research; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Undergraduate Research Programs,Research,,Inquiry and analysis,Columbia Arts & Sciences Sociology
Internship in Elementary Education - EDEL 490 Your rewarding career as an elementary school teacher starts here. Learn by doing how to design effective curriculum and related assessments, teach engaging lessons and grow as a professional. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 16 67 EDEL 490 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career development,Specialized knowledge and skills,Communication - spokenColumbia Education Instruction and Teacher Education
Professional Internship - ITEC 495 Boost your high-speed IT career with real-world experience. Choose an internship that fits your career goals, such as a networking position if you're interested in network administration or a project management post if you're interested in leading projects. This six-hour course involves at least 400 hours of work and is typically completed during the summer. Past placements include Google, IBM and BlueCross BlueShield. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 19 73 ITEC 495 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Integrative and applied learningColumbia Engineering & Computing Integrated Information Technology
Developing & Launching New Ventures - MGMT 473 Test your mettle as an entrepreneur. Learn what it takes to start and sustain a new venture and overcome challenges, and gain real-world experience completing a team project for an entrepreneur. Capstone Project Spring 2021 Capstone Course or Project 3 15 64 MGMT 473 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Capstone Experience,Apply specialized knowledge,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Business Management
Executing Strategy New Venture - MGMT 474 To be a successful entrepreneur, it takes more than a winning idea that solves a problem or creates delight. Through class learning and a real-world team project, you will learn how to collect and analyze data and apply it to inform the strategic decisions that can make or break your next venture. Capstone Project Spring 2021 Capstone Course or Project 3 15 64 MGMT 474 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Capstone Experience,Apply specialized knowledge,,Specialized knowledge and skills,TeamworkColumbia Business Management
Business Internship in Management - MGMT 499 Put your management skills into practice and prepare for your career with a for-credit internship. With help from the Darla Moore School of Business's internship coordinator, you will be paired with a local company where you will work at least nine hours per week. You'll have monthly check-ins with a supervising professor and demonstrate your learning in a final paper and presentation about your experience. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 15 64 MGMT 499 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Business Management
Internship in Mass Communications - JOUR 597 Earn your chops as a communications professional in print or broadcast journalism, public relations, advertising, visual communications or mass communications with a for-credit internship. Complete real-world assignments for your professional supervisor (working at least 140 hours during the semester) as well as related coursework for the intern coordinator. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 18 81 JOUR 597 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career development,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Information and Communications Mass Communications, School of
Community Psychology Practicum - PSYC 489 Gain hands-on field experience in psychology while you earn course credit. In this advanced semester-long course, you will volunteer about 45 hours of service to a community agency, applying the principles, theory and research you've learned on campus. Throughout the semester, you will write and reflect upon your experience and also participate in a small group advocacy project to address local homelessness. Service Spring 2021 Service Learning 3 14 51 PSYC 489 GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Civic Engagement & Service-Learning Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Arts & Sciences Psychology
Introduction to Field Education - SOWK 382 See your social work career options first-hand. You'll work alongside a field instructor and gain real-world experience in a human service agency, setting the foundation for your future field education placements. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 22 110 SOWK 382 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Social Work Dean's Office
Public Health Capstone Seminar - PUBH 498 Design and carry out your own public health project. You'll apply prior course learning to a real-world public health challenge, demonstrating your problem-solving abilities through an ePortfolio and a presentation. Capstone Project Spring 2021 Capstone Course or Project 3 24 87 PUBH 498 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Public Health Public Health
GSCOM Capstone Project - MGSC 497 Put your knowledge and skills to the test with a real-world consulting project for a service or manufacturing firm. You'll work in a team to solve problems, identify improvement opportunities, plan and direct pilot or full-scale implementations and present to the management team. Capstone Project Spring 2021 Capstone Course or Project 3 15 65 MGSC 497 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Capstone Experience,Apply specialized knowledge,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Business Management Science
Community Service Internship - WGST 499 See how women's and gender studies theories apply in the real world through a community service project or a research project. In your supervised learning experience, you will explore the global and state contexts for gender dynamics in community engagement. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 14 58 WGST 499 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Community service / civic engagement,Civic knowledge and engagement,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Arts & Sciences Women's and Gender Studies
Internship - CRJU 494 Protect and serve. Earn course credit and get an inside look at career paths within criminal justice by completing 160 hours of work at a local agency. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 14 41 CRJU 494 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Arts & Sciences Criminology & Criminal Justice
Practicum in Teaching German to Young Children - GERM 401P Guten tag! Bring your passion for German language and culture into a local elementary school classroom. You'll learn about language instruction by doing, leading songs and games that will help young students learn German. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Practicum 3 14 46 GERM 401P GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Arts & Sciences Languages, Literatures and Culture
Internship in Geography - GEOG 595 Explore the world of opportunities available to you in the field of geography - from environmental protection to historic preservation to applications of mapping and data technology for industries such as real estate, utilities and government. Geography majors and non-majors are welcome; internship completion counts toward Graduation with Leadership Distinction and/or GEOINT certification. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 14 44 GEOG 595 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Arts & Sciences Geography
Teaching Internship in Dance Education - DANC 479 Leap ahead in your dance teaching career with a dance education internship. You'll work with an experienced teacher to plan and teach lessons to a K-12 class. The internship is designed to help you become an effective teacher as defined by national standards. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 14 55 DANC 479 GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Arts & Sciences Theatre and Dance
Public Affairs Internship - POLI 379 Step into the world of public affairs with a for-credit internship. You'll work hands-on with a local, state or federal agency or non-profit organization, completing a daily journal about your experience as well as a research paper related to your internship. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 14 50 POLI 379 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Career development,Apply specialized knowledge,Self-knowledge,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Arts & Sciences Political Science
Senior Nursing Capstone Practicum - NURS 435 Practice your nursing skills in a clinical setting and gain confidence as you prepare to enter the health care workforce. You'll see first-hand what it's like to care for a normal patient caseload and learn about nurse leadership working with unit managers, charge nurses and case managers. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 20 106 NURS 435 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Nursing Dean's Office
Directed Teaching in Physical Education - PEDU 479 Lace up your sneakers and jump into action planning and leading physical education classes. You'll work directly with an experienced teacher who will help you gain the skills and confidence you need to be a successful full-time teacher. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 16 68 PEDU 479 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Education Physical Education
Hospitality & Tourism Internship - HRTM 495 Show potential employers you're workforce-ready for a career in hospitality and tourism. You'll notch at least 400 hours of industry experience, either acting in a managerial or supervisory role, completing a formalized internship or testing your flexibility with a rotational position that exposes you to at least three areas of the organization. The internship is your second required fieldwork component and includes online coursework. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 17 76 HRTM 495 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Leadership,Specialized knowledge and skills,Self-knowledgeColumbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management
Hospitality & Tourism Practicum - HRTM 290 Test drive your interest in an area of hospitality or tourism such as resorts, restaurants, hotels, event planning companies, vineyards or attractions. For the practicum, your first segment of required field work, you'll perform at least 400 hours of supervised work in a hospitality or tourism organization and complete online coursework throughout the semester. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Practicum 3 17 76 HRTM 290 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Self-knowledge,Specialized knowledge and skillsColumbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management
Internship B in the Middle School - EDML 599 Discover first-hand how you can make a difference in the life of a child as a middle school teacher. Learn from an experienced instructor how to plan and teach effective lessons and practice your skills in a real classroom. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 16 67 EDML 599 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Education Instruction and Teacher Education
Practicum in Sport & Entertainment Management - SPTE 295 Snag your all-access pass to the world of professional sport and entertainment management with employers such as AEG Live, the Atlanta Falcons and the New York Knicks. Go backstage with the experts to get hands-on experience and learn what it takes to build a successful career. You'll work at least 520 hours over 13 weeks, building industry knowledge and contacts that you can leverage throughout your career. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Practicum 3 17 79 SPTE 295 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career development,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management Sport and Entertainment Management
Retailing Internship - RETL 495 Get an up-close look at what it's like to work for a major fashion house, or see what it takes to run your own independent retail store. You'll find a full-time internship that fits your career goals and gain about 300 hours of hands-on industry experience. Past placements have included the Paris Fashion Institute, Vera Wang, Nordstrom and Dillard's. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 17 77 RETL 495 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management Retailing
Honors Internship - SCHC 498 Spring your career to life with an honors internship. Through hands-on professional experience, you'll practice and learn new skills while receiving valuable feedback and earning class credit. OPTIONAL ADDITIONAL TEXT: You must work at least 150 hours to meet the Beyond the Classroom internship requirement. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 26 75 SCHC 498 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Honors College Interdisciplinary Studies
Internship in Sport & Entertainment Management - SPTE 495 Get inside the game! Take your place inside a major sports or entertainment organization, gaining hands-on professional experience and access to industry players. This six-hour course is designed to cap off your undergraduate studies. Past placements have included AEG Live, the Atlanta Falcons and the New York Knicks. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 17 79 SPTE 495 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career development,Specialized knowledge and skills,Self-knowledgeColumbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management Sport and Entertainment Management
Internship in Curriculum, Assessment, Teaching, and Professional Roles - EDEC 492 Get an inside look at your career as an early childhood educator. See how teachers establish a positive learning environment, design effective curriculum and related assessments, manage classrooms and collaborate with other educators and parents. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 16 67 EDEC 492 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Education Instruction and Teacher Education
Capstone Design Project II - ELCT 404 Show employers you're ready to be an electrical engineer with a year of real-world, team-based project experience. Your team of three to four students will be paired with an industry customer to analyze their needs and then plan, design, build and test a prototype. Along the way, you will also give presentations and demonstrations, valuable opportunities to practice key professional skills. Capstone Project Spring 2021 Capstone Course or Project 3 19 72 ELCT 404 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Capstone Experience,Apply specialized knowledge,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Engineering & Computing Electrical Engineering
Addiction Recovery-Informed Seminar (ARISE) Students listen to a peer tell their story story of overcoming substance use disorder and can ask questions about addiction and recovery from someone who has lived the experience. The purpose of the session is to develop empathy and compassion, in order to create a more inclusive community for students in recovery. Service Spring 2021 Civic Engagement 3 11 88 Substance Abuse Prevention & Education ; Civic Engagement & Service-Learning Programs,Community service / civic engagement,,Personal and social responsibility - Taking seriously the perspectives of others,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Dean of Students
Carolina Judicial Council Play a key role in upholding one of South Carolina's oldest and most hallowed traditions: the Carolinian Creed. As a member of the Carolina Judicial Council, you'll join a peer board and honor society that reviews student conduct violations and metes out sanctions. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 88 Student Conduct & Academic Integrity GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Critical and creative thinking,Inquiry and analysisColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Dean of Students
Dean's Advisory Council Students represent the voices, concerns, and interests of the diverse undergraduate student body to the Dean of Students, providing input for university policies, programs, and communication. Council members serve as a vehicle for information sharing and support among student leaders on campus. Leadership Spring 2021 Appointed Student Leader 3 11 88 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Community service / civic engagement,Career readiness,Critical and creative thinking,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Dean of Students
Recovery Ally Training Students develop knowledge and skills to support UofSC students in recovery from substance use disorder and to promote a more recovery-friendly campus community. Service Spring 2021 Civic Engagement 3 11 88 Substance Abuse Prevention & Education GLD-Community Service; GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Civic Engagement & Service-Learning Programs,Community service / civic engagement,,Personal and social responsibility - Taking seriously the perspectives of others,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Dean of Students
Substance Abuse Prevention & Education Peer Educator SAPE Peer Educators create and implement a variety of educational programs designed to encourage their fellow students to make safer, informed decisions when it comes to alcohol and other drug use. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 88 Substance Abuse Prevention & Education GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Leadership,Communication - spoken,Interpersonal skillsColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Dean of Students
Sustainable Carolina Peer Leader Go garnet, black and GREEN! Dig into sustainability projects on campus such as the Sustainable Carolina Garden, the Green Career Fair or K-12 outreach. You'll also learn how you can tie sustainability into your career through one-on-one coaching and workshops. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 29 Sustainability GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,,Influencing others,Personal and social responsibility - Contributing to a larger communityColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Sustainable Carolina Project Coordinator Lead the way to a greener campus! You'll guide a small team of students to bring a sustainability project to life, making a plan, partnering with stakeholders at the university and in the greater community, and meeting weekly to reach your goal. Gain valuable problem-solving and management skills as you make a lasting impact on our campus's environmental footprint. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 29 Sustainability GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Apply specialized knowledge,Problem solving,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Academic Coaching Appointment Choices abound at UofSC, and sometimes you may feel overwhelmed finding the path that's right for you. Talk one-on-one with an expert coach to identify your strengths, weigh your career and major options, learn about on-campus opportunities and connect with campus resources. Educational Support Spring 2021 Educational Support 3 12 34 University Advising Center ; Academic Advising Programs,Study / Practice intellectual skills,Study / Practice self knowledge,Foundations and skills for lifelong learning,Personal and social responsibility - Striving for excellenceColumbia Academic Affairs Undergraduate Studies
Meet My Major Students interact with faculty members through conversations on major choice, career prospects, research opportunities, and other discipline-related topics. Students listen to faculty presentations on personal and professional pathways and ask questions about their majors and the opportunities available within and beyond their academic experiences. Educational Support Spring 2021 Educational Support 3 12 34 University Advising Center ; Academic Advising Programs,Career development,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Academic Affairs Undergraduate Studies
Exploratory Advising / Major Change Change happens - and it's OK! If you're thinking about switching your major, talk one-on-one with an advisor to explore other academic programs, learn about the process of changing your major and look at how your completed classes would apply to a new major. Educational Support Spring 2021 Educational Support 3 12 34 University Advising Center ; Academic Advising Programs,Study / Practice intellectual skills,Study / Practice self knowledge,Self-knowledge,Columbia Academic Affairs Undergraduate Studies
Adventure Trip Leader Trip leaders plan and execute day-long outdoor adventure trips; responsibilities include conducting pre-trip meetings with participants to set expectations, build relationships, communicate risks, and provide training for participants. During the trip, leaders serve as guides and wilderness medical first responders. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Campus Recreation GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Recreational Sports Programs,Leadership,,Communication - spoken,Problem solvingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alternative Break Leader Find your leadership footing as you guide fellow students to complete a meaningful community service project during fall, winter or spring break. As the alternative break leader, you will organize the service trip, communicate with the sponsoring service agency, oversee students each day and manage any problems that arise during the trip. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Community service / civic engagement,Critical and creative thinking,Civic knowledge and engagementColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alternative Break Take a break from the books to give back. Connect with new friends as you work together in a small group to help lift a community in need. Recent destinations have included Asheville, North Carolina (food insecurity), and Panama City, Florida (shelter access and disaster relief). Service Spring 2021 Civic Engagement 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Community Service; Civic Engagement & Service-Learning Programs,Community service / civic engagement,Connecting with others,Teamwork,Civic knowledge and engagementColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Head Lifeguard Make a splash on campus as a leader at UofSC's aquatics facility. You'll oversee all aspects of the pool while you're on duty - from supervising other lifeguards to resolving maintenance issues. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Campus Recreation GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,,Influencing others,Foundations and skills for lifelong learningColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Lifeguard Dive into one of the best jobs on campus. Join the student lifeguard team and use your skills and training to keep the pool safe. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Campus Recreation GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Recreational Sports Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career development,Integrative and applied learning,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Red Cross Certification Instructor Share your life-saving skills with the campus community as a Red Cross certification instructor. You'll teach certification classes such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation, lifeguard training and water safety instruction. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Campus Recreation GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Recreational Sports Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Interpersonal skills,Problem solvingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Group X Students participate in a 45-60 minute group exercise class (e.g., Yoga, Zumba, BodyPump, Cycle, Barre). Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Physical, Mental, Emotional Health 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; Recreational Sports Programs,Study / Practice physical well being,Connecting with others,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Personal Fitness Training Go the extra mile on your fitness journey with a personal trainer. Your trainer will help you set goals and design an exercise program just for you. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Physical, Mental, Emotional Health 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; Recreational Sports Programs,Study / Practice physical well being,Study / Practice self knowledge,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Campus Recreation Communications & Creative Marketing Team Spread the word about one of the country's top campus rec programs! Find your creative home on the student communications and marketing team and gain experience in graphic design, photography and/or social media. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Employment On Campus 3 11 28 Campus Recreation GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Employment,Career readiness,Apply specialized knowledge,Communication - spoken,Communication - writtenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Campus Recreation Operations Leader Leaders wanted! Get paid for real-world management experience at the state-of-the-art Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center where you will train and lead staff and resolve customer issues. As the daily operations supervisor, you will also make recommendations to improve efficiency and the patron experience. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Employment On Campus 3 11 28 Campus Recreation GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Employment,Leadership,Career readiness,Critical and creative thinking,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Climbing Wall Reach new heights of mental and physical fitness at the Strom's climbing wall. The 52-foot Nicros wall looks and feels like real rock and includes routes for beginners and advanced climbers alike. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Physical, Mental, Emotional Health 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; Recreational Sports Programs,Recreation, leisure, entertainment,Connecting with others,Foundations and skills for lifelong learning,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Outdoor Adventure Trip Escape city life with a trip to the great outdoors! Bike, backpack or paddle your way to adventure with friends. Choose from day or weekend trips to locations around North and South Carolina. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; Recreational Sports Programs,Recreation, leisure, entertainment,Connecting with others,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Outdoor Recreation Assistant Assistants are the primary point of contact with participants in outdoor recreation programs, including the bike shop, climbing wall, paddle sports events, and challenge course. They facilitate student activities and monitor safety procedures in their specific area. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Employment On Campus 3 11 28 Campus Recreation GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Employment,Career readiness,,Teamwork,Interpersonal skillsColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Outdoor Recreation Manager Funnel your love of the outdoors into a part-time job. Gain real-world leadership and job skills as you oversee a specific program area. Options include adventure trips, the bike shop, the challenge course, the climbing wall and the rental shop. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Campus Recreation GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Career readiness,Professionalism / work ethic,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Intramural Sports Grab your sports gear and get ready for some fun. Make friends on the field while you play your favorite sport or learn a new one. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; Recreational Sports Programs,Recreation, leisure, entertainment,Connecting with others,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Intramural Sports Leader Keep the games going. Train intramural sports officials and look for ways to continually improve the intramural player experience. This position is the highest student role within the campus rec sports program. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Campus Recreation GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Career readiness,,Influencing others,Foundations and skills for lifelong learningColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Intramural Sports Leader in Training Be a leader on the field. You'll work as an intramural sports official as you train to take on a leadership role in the program. You'll learn professional skills such as risk management, diversity, conflict management, customer service, problem solving, supervision, and peer mentoring. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Employment On Campus 3 11 28 Campus Recreation GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Employment,Career readiness,,Professionalism / work ethic,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Intramural Sports Manager Pour on your passion for sports by leading an intramural sports league. You'll have the chance to manage every aspect of a sport, including schedules, officials, rules, equipment and safety. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 28 Campus Recreation GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Career readiness,Influencing others,TeamworkColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Intramural Sports Office Attendant Stay close to the game as an intramural office attendant. You'll help students sign up for sports, process payments and schedule games. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Employment On Campus 3 11 28 Campus Recreation GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Employment,Career readiness,,Communication - written,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Intramural Sports Official Show your love of the game as a student official. After you complete training, you'll take to the field to officiate games, enforcing rules and ensuring a safe, fun experience. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Employment On Campus 3 11 28 Campus Recreation GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Employment,Career readiness,,Influencing others,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Pantry Pals Play a hands-on role in reducing food insecurity on campus. You'll organize donations, shelve inventory and share information about the Gamecock Pantry. Service Spring 2021 Service on Campus 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Community Service; Civic Engagement & Service-Learning Programs,Community service / civic engagement,Connecting with others,Interpersonal skills,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Pantry Executive Board Help lead UofSC's student-driven solution to campus food insecurity. Recruit and train volunteers, educate the campus community about food insecurity, collect donations or help form local partnerships. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,,Influencing others,Critical and creative thinkingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Leadership and Service Advocate Spread the word about student leadership development! You'll answer questions, complete light office duties and help plan and promote student leadership programs and initiatives. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Career readiness,Leadership,Communication - spoken,Problem solvingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Leadership Coaching - Big 5 Personality Assessment Invest in your leadership growth by taking a formal personality test. Uncover dimensions of your personality such as openness, agreeableness and conscientiousness and analyze how you can apply your strengths in leadership roles. Leadership Spring 2021 Leadership Education 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; Student Leadership Programs,Study / Practice self knowledge,,Self-knowledge,Critical and creative thinkingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Leadership Coaching - Student organization Push your student organization to the next level with help from a leadership coach. Together, you'll explore your organization's needs and brainstorm ways to grow and advance your team. Leadership Spring 2021 Leadership Education 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; Student Leadership Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Leadership,Critical and creative thinking,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Leadership Coaching Involvement Learn how you can make your mark on campus. Talk with a staff member or graduate student about your goals for involvement in student life and work together to find campus opportunities and create an actionable plan to meet your goal. Leadership Spring 2021 Leadership Education 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; Student Leadership Programs,Study / Practice self knowledge,,Self-knowledge,Critical and creative thinkingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Service Saturday Roll up your sleeves and help your neighbors on campus or in the Columbia community. Sign up with your friends or get to know other Gamecocks as you work together to complete a service project. Free lunch and transportation are provided. Program is offered once per month during the fall and spring semesters. Service Spring 2021 Civic Engagement 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Community Service; Civic Engagement & Service-Learning Programs,Community service / civic engagement,Connecting with others,Personal and social responsibility - Contributing to a larger community,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Service Saturday Senior Site Leader Put your leadership skills to the test! You'll train student site leaders and coordinate the project logistics for several hundred South Carolina students to serve the Columbia community each month. Plus, you'll run a volunteer team, explaining and assigning jobs to students and guiding conversation about your shared service experience. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Career readiness,Communication - spoken,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Service Saturday Site Leader Lead the way to a more vibrant local community! Lend your leadership talents to run a volunteer team, explaining and assigning jobs to students and guiding conversations about your shared service experience. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Community service / civic engagement,Teamwork,Problem solvingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Organization Member Find your tribe, have fun, make a difference for others or fast-track your career - these are just some of the reasons students create, join and lead student organizations. There's no right or wrong reason to join. Getting involved with a student org is a defining experience for many students- why not make it yours? Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; Campus Activities Programs,Connecting with others,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Big Event Executive Team Help make a BIG wave in the Columbia and Carolina communities. Join a team of service-minded students to plan and execute a large-scale service event, in coordination with other campuses nationwide. You'll get to know other students and your community as you identify service sites and projects, recruit students and troubleshoot event logistics. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Career readiness,Personal and social responsibility - Contributing to a larger community,Critical and creative thinkingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Big Event Planning Committee Team up with other South Carolina students to help plan and execute our campus's Service Saturday: The Big Event. Show how Gamecocks can make a difference for our campus and local communities by recruiting students and organizing teams during the event. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Campus Activities Programs,Career readiness,Leadership,Communication - spoken,Critical and creative thinkingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Leadership and Diversity Conference Students engage with faculty, staff and peers to explore important issues in diversity and student leadership, gain insights from keynote speakers and educational session facilitators, and reflect on how to apply these insights in their roles as student leaders. Leadership Spring 2021 Leadership Education 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; Student Leadership Programs,Study / Practice self knowledge,,Self-knowledge,Intercultural knowledge and competenceColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Fraternity and Sorority Life Council Leadership Advance the Greek community at South Carolina. Get to know other Greek leaders as you work together to complete projects, meet with staff advisors (graduate and professional students), communicate with fraternity/sorority presidents and implement policies. Leadership Spring 2021 Elected Student Leader 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Fraternity and Sorority Advising Programs,Leadership,Apply specialized knowledge,Influencing others,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Fraternity and Sorority New Member Summit Come together with other newly initiated members of UofSC's Greek Community to build connections and learn about the fraternal community. Equip yourself to get the most out of Greek Life by hearing from successful members about personal responsibility, expectations and available resources and tools. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; Fraternity and Sorority Advising Programs,Connecting with others,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Fraternity and Sorority Life Recruitment / Intake Orientation If you're ready to join a National Pan-Hellenic Council or Multicultural Greek Organization at UofSC, this session is for you! You'll learn about the recruitment and membership experience, including the time commitment, academic and financial requirements and philanthropic and service opportunities for each chapter. Session attendance is required for any student who wishes to pledge an NPHC or MGC fraternity or sorority. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; Fraternity and Sorority Advising Programs,Connecting with others,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Fraternity and Sorority Life Roundtable Stop by and chat with other members of the Greek community on various leadership topics. Support each other and share tips about chapter management and personal development. Leadership Spring 2021 Leadership Education 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; Fraternity and Sorority Advising Programs,Leadership,Study / Practice self knowledge,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Greek Leadership Conference Get together with your Greek friends and enjoy a day of networking and personal development! Learn about topics that matter to you such as career preparation, leadership and member growth. Leadership Spring 2021 Leadership Education 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; Fraternity and Sorority Advising Programs,Leadership,Study / Practice self knowledge,Self-knowledge,Interpersonal skillsColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Greek New Member Experience All aboard! Bond with other new members of the Greek community as you get to know the in's and out's of fraternity and sorority life. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; Fraternity and Sorority Advising Programs,Connecting with others,,Teamwork,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
GREEKServe Join your Greek friends to give back to the Columbia community and log your chapter service hours. Each month, you can participate in one-hour service events such as neighborhood clean-ups or volunteer opportunities at local non-profit organizations. Service Spring 2021 Civic Engagement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; Civic Engagement & Service-Learning Programs,Community service / civic engagement,Connecting with others,Personal and social responsibility - Contributing to a larger community,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Interfraternity Recruitment Peer Advisor Get to know the future of South Carolina's Greek community by guiding potential new members through the Interfraternity Council recruiting process. You'll act as a mentor to students during rush, answering questions and helping them find their Greek home. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Fraternity and Sorority Advising Programs,Leadership,,Influencing others,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Panhellenic Recruitment Peer Counselor Get to know your future sisters! Guide potential new members through the National Panhellenic Council sorority recruitment process. You'll act as a mentor to students during rush, answering questions and helping them find their Greek home. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Fraternity and Sorority Advising Programs,Leadership,,Communication - spoken,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Diversity Dialogues Find your voice and share your opinions in an open forum about contemporary topics such as race, culture, gender, stereotypes, intersectionality and sexual orientation. Learn about different points of view in a safe space where respectful conversation is encouraged. Dinner provided. Educational Support Spring 2021 Educational Support 3 11 28 Multicultural Student Affairs ; Multicultural Student Programs and Services,Study / Practice diversity,,Civic knowledge and engagement,Intercultural knowledge and competenceColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Safe Zone Workshop Become an ally for the LGBTQ+ campus community. You'll learn about the LGBTQ+ experience, including risks, biases and harassment and find out where to go on- or off-campus for support. Service Spring 2021 Civic Engagement 3 11 28 Multicultural Student Affairs GLD-Diversity & Social Advocacy; GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Civic Engagement & Service-Learning Programs,Study / Practice diversity,Study / Practice self knowledge,Civic knowledge and engagement,Intercultural knowledge and competenceColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Off-Campus Living Module Don't let your off-campus housing experience fall off-track. Know your rights and responsibilities as a tenant and learn how to find housing, stay safe and more. Finish the 20-minute online course and earn a chance to win a prize! Educational Support Spring 2021 Educational Support 3 11 28 Off-Campus Living & Neighborhood Relations ; Post-Traditional & Commuter Student Programs & Services,Study / Practice self knowledge,,Personal and social responsibility - Striving for excellence,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Productions Let loose with your friends at FREE, fun student-run events from Carolina Productions. Get your laughs on comedy night, sing along at concerts or escape to a different world at the weekly movie screenings. And don't forget about the Free Money Game Show, Dogs on Davis and Spring Fest - there's always something happening! Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Russell House University Union ; Campus Activities Programs,Recreation, leisure, entertainment,Connecting with others,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Productions Executive Board Be a memory maker for thousands of South Carolina students. You'll work closely with fellow board members to design, execute and evaluate programs and events for students, such as concerts, movie screenings, comedy shows and more. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Russell House University Union GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Career readiness,Problem solving,TeamworkColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Dance Marathon See how UofSC puts the fun in fundraising as part of the largest philanthropic student org on campus. Opportunities abound: you can help choreograph the signature line dance, take part in the 14-hour main event, visit a sick child at Prisma Health Children's Hospital and more. No dancing shoes required - just passion For the Kids. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Russell House University Union ; Campus Activities Programs,Recreation, leisure, entertainment,Connecting with others,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Dance Marathon Board of Directors Students lead and work collaboratively for USC Dance Marathon (USCDM) supporting director and staff meetings, fundraising initiatives, participant recruitment and retention efforts, and numerous reflection activities leading up to their Main Event in the spring. Leaders in this role report to the USCDM Executive Board leadership. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Career readiness,Problem solving,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Dance Marathon Executive Board Be the driving force behind one of the nation's top Children's Miracle Network fundraising teams. Form lifelong bonds with fellow students and grateful families as you electrify campus with passion, energy and boundless support For the Kids. As an executive board member, you'll help to oversee and improve all major aspects of the organization throughout the year-long campaign: communications, finance, campus engagement, community relations, corporate partnerships, productions and mini marathons. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Russell House University Union GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Career readiness,Problem solving,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Entertainment Grab your friends (or come and meet new ones) for FREE fun events such as watch parties, trivia, paint nights, foam parties and more. Gamecock Entertainment is your portal to student-led events and programs on and off campus. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Russell House University Union ; Campus Activities Programs,Recreation, leisure, entertainment,Connecting with others,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Russell House University Union Event and Information Assistant Stay on the pulse of campus events and programming at the Russell House. You'll provide customer support, book and confirm reservations and help plan and execute signature events for the campus community. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Employment On Campus 3 11 28 Russell House University Union GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Employment,Career readiness,,Professionalism / work ethic,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Russell House University Union Operations Attendant Help keep the Russell House running smoothly. Prepare event spaces in building operations, check out equipment in the gameroom or share information about events and activities at the information center. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Employment On Campus 3 11 28 Russell House University Union GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Employment,Career readiness,,Professionalism / work ethic,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Thursday After Dark Round up your friends for FREE late-night fun on campus and around town. Make a splash at the Strom, see a show, try goat yoga, jump around at a trampoline park and more! Free transportation provided to non-walking distance sites. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Russell House University Union ; Campus Activities Programs,Recreation, leisure, entertainment,Connecting with others,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Homecoming Commission Join your comrades in fun leading the annual weeklong celebration of Gamecock spirit that binds students and alumni through the ages. Make your mark on this beloved campus tradition as part of the team that plans and carries out Homecoming events and activities. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Russell House University Union GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Career readiness,Problem solving,TeamworkColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Homecoming Event Student participates in one of a variety of Homecoming activities designed to celebrate the traditions of the UofSC community; events are intended to develop a sense of belonging, pride, and school spirit as students engage with their peers, alumni, and friends of UofSC. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Russell House University Union ; Campus Activities Programs,Recreation, leisure, entertainment,Connecting with others,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Government Senate Committee Chair Campus leader wanted! Bring the student body president's vision to life by exploring pressing issues across campus and partnering with other students to make decisions to help strengthen our South Carolina community. Leadership Spring 2021 Appointed Student Leader 3 11 28 Student Government GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Leadership,Inquiry and analysis,Interpersonal skillsColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Government Executive Council Step up your leadership skills as a student body leader! Create your elections platform, run a successful campaign and be a force for positive change on campus. You'll work with students, faculty, staff, campus administrators and board members to improve student life. Positions include student body president, vice president and treasurer and speaker of the Student Senate. Leadership Spring 2021 Elected Student Leader 3 11 28 Student Government GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,,Problem solving,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Government Freshman Council Lead the way from the start! Apply to serve on the Freshman Council and dive into the Student Government experience at South Carolina. As a council member, you'll meet weekly to learn about hot-button issues on campus, connect with members of Student Government and other student org leaders, work on council projects and get one-on-one guidance from an upperclassman leader to chart your leadership course. Leadership Spring 2021 Appointed Student Leader 3 11 28 Student Government GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Study / Practice self knowledge,Connecting with others,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Media Advertising Representative Kickstart your advertising career through real-world experience with student media. You'll work with clients and partners to design and carry out ad campaigns using student media's platforms. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Employment On Campus 3 11 28 Student Media GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Employment,Career readiness,,Problem solving,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Media Creative Services Designer Apply your creative skills to solve real-world design challenges and build your portfolio. You'll gain experience working on projects such as ads and promotional materials for student media clients and partners. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Employment On Campus 3 11 28 Student Media GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Media Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Integrative and applied learningColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Media Executive Leader Step up and take charge of a student media organization. As an executive, you'll lead content teams to produce high-quality media content for the South Carolina community - cultivating valuable leadership and editorial skills that may lead to important internships or job opportunities. Choose from The Daily Gamecock (newspaper), Garnet & Black (feature magazine), SGTV (television station), and WUSC (radio station). Leadership Spring 2021 Appointed Student Leader 3 11 28 Student Media GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,,Critical and creative thinking,Interpersonal skillsColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Media Senior Leader Play a vital role in telling campus stories as a senior student media team leader. You'll organize and train a student staff to visualize and produce content for your student media org. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Student Media GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Leadership,Specialized knowledge and skills,Critical and creative thinkingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Athletic Event Shake your tail feathers and flaunt your Gamecock spirit! Grab your friends and cheer on South Carolina's NCAA Division 1 student athletes from the stands. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 ; Campus Activities Programs,Connecting with others,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
University Ambassador Show off your South Carolina spirit! You'll lead campus tours and take prospective students and parents inside the Gamecock experience. As a university spokesperson, you'll learn to think on your feet and effectively communicate to a diverse audience. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 27 Visitor Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Career readiness,Connecting with others,Critical and creative thinking,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Enrollment Management
Body Project Learn to love your body and lift your self-confidence across two, two-hour workshop sessions led by the Changing Carolina Peer Leaders. Through conversations and activities with a small group of campus women, you will peel back biases about the ideal appearance and learn about healthy choices. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Physical, Mental, Emotional Health 3 11 29 Student Health Services ; Health Promotion Services,Study / Practice physical well being,Study / Practice self knowledge,Critical and creative thinking,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Changing Carolina Peer Leader Harness your passion for healthy living as a student health educator. Join a team of students from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines to design and carry out educational programs and events and give presentations to help students develop healthy lifestyles. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 29 Student Health Services GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Apply specialized knowledge,Communication - spoken,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Feeding Minds: Food Insecurity Awareness Training Not every student on campus has reliable access to affordable, nutritious food. In this one-hour workshop, you'll learn to identify your peers who are experiencing food insecurity and respond with resources that can make a difference. Service Spring 2021 Civic Engagement 3 11 29 Student Health Services ; Civic Engagement & Service-Learning Programs,Community service / civic engagement,Apply specialized knowledge,Interpersonal skills,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Healthy Eating Group Fuel your body with the nutrition you need to be your best. In a small group, you'll meet with a registered dietitian and learn how to choose budget-friendly balanced meals and snacks on and off campus. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Physical, Mental, Emotional Health 3 11 29 Student Health Services ; Health Promotion Services,Study / Practice physical well being,Apply specialized knowledge,Foundations and skills for lifelong learning,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
How To Fail: Resilience Building Workshop Empower yourself to overcome stresses and challenges by learning to identify the coping skills and approaches that will work best for you, including self-compassion. Talk to an expert and discuss tips and strategies with your classmates in this 50-minute interactive workshop. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Physical, Mental, Emotional Health 3 11 29 Student Health Services ; Health Promotion Services,Study / Practice self knowledge,Study / Practice social well being,Foundations and skills for lifelong learning,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training Learn what you can do to support friends in crisis. You'll be trained to spot signs of suicide and know where to turn for help in this small group workshop. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Physical, Mental, Emotional Health 3 11 29 Student Health Services ; Health Promotion Services,Study / Practice social well being,Connecting with others,Interpersonal skills,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Trauma 101 Take a closer look at a tough topic: trauma. In this three-part workshop series, you'll learn about the effects of trauma, why it's hard to talk about and how to cope with trauma and help others who have experienced it. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Physical, Mental, Emotional Health 3 11 29 Student Health Services ; Health Promotion Services,Study / Practice social well being,Apply specialized knowledge,Foundations and skills for lifelong learning,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Center for Integrative and Experiential Learning Student Advisory Council Use your voice to shape the campus learning culture. As a council member, you'll weigh in on the university's experiential and integrative learning opportunities and the Graduation with Leadership Distinction program. The council meets twice per semester, and applications open each spring. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 12 34 USC Connect GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,,Communication - spoken,Columbia Academic Affairs Undergraduate Studies
Close Family Emerging Leaders Program Tap into your leadership potential as an emerging leader. Through weekly programming across 10 weeks, you'll develop your personal definition of leadership, set achievable goals and create an action plan for applying your leadership skills on campus. Leadership Spring 2021 Leadership Education 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Study / Practice self knowledge,,Self-knowledge,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Peer Tutoring Call in the reinforcements and get caught up in the classroom. Reach out for one-on-one or group help with a specific course - more than 150 classes are supported, and other assistance is available! Educational Support Spring 2021 Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; Learning Assistance Programs,Study / Practice intellectual skills,Apply specialized knowledge,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Guest Expert/Community Dialogue Series Students connect with campus partners to discuss a variety of topics and engage in small groups conversation around the topic. A guest speaker or resident mentor presents a topic and facilitates peer discussion, Educational Support Spring 2021 Educational Support 3 11 29 University Housing ; Housing and Residential Life Programs,Study / Practice self knowledge,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Cocky Conversations with Resident Mentors Students engage in a 1-1 discussion with their Resident Mentor on topics intended to help students reflect on their experiences in college and advance their personal development. Educational Support Spring 2021 Educational Support 3 11 29 University Housing ; Housing and Residential Life Programs,Study / Practice self knowledge,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Returning Resident Mentor Be a guiding hand that helps students thrive on campus. Living with a group of 25 to 60 students, you'll form strong relationships, help your peers navigate conflicts, support them with personal and academic issues and build community together through fun and informative activities. Leadership Spring 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 29 University Housing GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,,Influencing others,Interpersonal skillsColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Graduation with Leadership Distinction ePortfolio - 401 Showcase your growth as an undergraduate with an ePortfolio, one of the university's requirements to Graduate with Leadership Distinction. You'll build your own website to communicate your passions and the key insights you've realized as your education progressed. Capstone Project Spring 2021 Capstone Course or Project 3 12 34 USC Connect GLD-ePortfolio; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Capstone Experience,Study / Practice intellectual skills,,Integrative and applied learning,Columbia Academic Affairs Undergraduate Studies
Graduation with Leadership Distinction ePortfolio - Small Groups and Independent students The ePortfolio is designed to be the culminating project of a student's collegiate experiences. Through creation of an ePortfolio, students demonstrate the major learning and skills they have developed. The process is intended to help undergraduate students identify their purpose or passion. Capstone Project Spring 2021 Capstone Course or Project 3 12 34 USC Connect GLD-ePortfolio; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Capstone Experience,Apply specialized knowledge,Career development,Integrative and applied learning,Self-knowledgeColumbia Academic Affairs Undergraduate Studies
Moore School of Business EXPO Get in front of the companies that matter. As a Moore School student, you'll have access to this exclusive event where you can connect with employers and pitch yourself for an internship or job. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Outdoor Recreation Skills Clinic Students listen to a presentation and interact with others for hands-on skill development and application, to improve their proficiency in an outdoor recreation activity. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; Recreational Sports Programs,Recreation, leisure, entertainment,Connecting with others,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecocks Get Hired STEM Job Fair Soar into your STEM career. Meet face-to-face with prospective employers about current and future opportunities for applicants like you (with skills in science, technology, engineering and math), including internships, co-ops, and full-time positions. Added bonus: you can still attend as an alum! Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Gamecocks Get Hired Job Fair Gear up for entering the job market. Meet face-to-face with prospective employers about current and future opportunities, including internships, co-ops, and full-time positions. Added bonus: you can still attend as an alum! Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Study Abroad - Global Direct Immerse yourself in a new culture while you take classes at a foreign college or university. You can learn about foreign languages or other topics and choose from a summer, fall, or spring semester or academic year program. You will be directly enrolled at an approved institution and pay tuition and fees to the host site. International Learning Spring 2021 Study Abroad 3 12 31 Study Abroad Experiential Learning Opportunity; GLD-Global Learning; Education Abroad Programs & Services,Global learning,,Intercultural knowledge and competence,Specialized knowledge and skillsColumbia Academic Affairs International Programs
Study Abroad - Global Exchange Study abroad for less at a foreign partner institution. Choose from semester or academic year programs in 20 countries, and pay only South Carolina in-state tuition plus host site housing and meal costs. International Learning Spring 2021 Study Abroad 3 12 31 Study Abroad Experiential Learning Opportunity; GLD-Global Learning; Education Abroad Programs & Services,Global learning,,Intercultural knowledge and competence,Specialized knowledge and skillsColumbia Academic Affairs International Programs
Study Abroad - Global Partner Pack your bags for an international adventure! Choose from a variety of independent study abroad programs to find one that meets your academic and geographic preferences and time frame (summer, semester or academic year). You will pay tuition and fees directly to the sponsoring independent study abroad organization. International Learning Spring 2021 Study Abroad 3 12 31 Study Abroad Experiential Learning Opportunity; GLD-Global Learning; Education Abroad Programs & Services,Global learning,,Intercultural knowledge and competence,Specialized knowledge and skillsColumbia Academic Affairs International Programs
Service-Learning - PALM 495 An exploration of theories of service-learning with application of practical solutions to meet community needs. Service Spring 2021 Service Learning 13 33 112 PALM 495 GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Civic Engagement & Service-Learning Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Community service / civic engagement,Specialized knowledge and skills,Personal and social responsibility - Contributing to a larger communityPalmetto College Palmetto College Palmetto College
Civic Leadership, Education, and Action Team (CLEAT) Spark greater civic engagement on campus. Team up with other students to plan and carry out nonpartisan events and programs designed to spur students to debate timely issues and participate in the democratic process, including voting. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Career readiness,Communication - spoken,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Community Service Ambassador Be the change as a community service ambassador at a Midlands nonprofit organization. Campus staff will pair you with a partner in your interest area, and across one semester, you will dedicate 50 or more service hours (which can be applied toward Graduation with Leadership Distinction) to a meaningful project. You'll also meet and bond with other service-minded students at social issue discussions twice each month. Service Spring 2021 Civic Engagement 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Civic Engagement & Service-Learning Programs,Community service / civic engagement,Study / Practice diversity,Civic knowledge and engagement,Personal and social responsibility - Contributing to a larger communityColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Media Arts Internship - MART 499 MART 499 is the capstone experience for all media arts majors, consisting of a 160-hour professional internship working in the media arts fields. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Internship 3 14 56 MART 499 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Arts & Sciences Visual Art and Design, School of
Career Coaching - Drop-In Session Get help with internship or career questions when you need it. Stop by the Career Center for answers to brief questions or a quick resume scan. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Study / Practice self knowledge,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management Experience Expo Students interact with prospective employers to learn about opportunities and obtain interviews for internships and full-time jobs. Students interact with study abroad providers to learn about international experiences available to UofSC and College of HRSM students. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Career Development 3 17 103 ; Career Services,Career development,Career readiness,Self-knowledge,Influencing othersColumbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management Dean's Office
Study Abroad Peer Advisor Stay connected with your study abroad experience by promoting global learning options on campus. As a peer advisor, you'll also support prospective, current and returning students. Workplace Experience Spring 2021 Employment On Campus 3 12 31 Study Abroad GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Employment,Career readiness,Global learning,Interpersonal skills,Intercultural knowledge and competenceColumbia Academic Affairs International Programs
Magellan Ambassador Be the poster child for student research in campus presentations and events. Share your experiences as an undergraduate researcher and make the case for why other students should join the research community. Leadership Spring 2021 Student Program Leader 3 13 32 Undergraduate Research GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,,Communication - spoken,Influencing othersColumbia Research Undergraduate Research
Harm Reduction Series Students listen to an expert presenter on a harm reduction topic, ask questions, and engage in a discussion around the topic. Sessions are designed to assist the fraternity and sorority community with identifying harm reduction strategies, solving problems, and creating a safer environment within the community. Campus Involvement Spring 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; Fraternity and Sorority Advising Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Study / Practice self knowledge,Problem solving,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life