Experiential Learning

In recent years, Kroc School students have participated in field-based learning courses around the world, in countries such as Rwanda, Mexico, and Haiti. We're looking forward to offering international opportunities for students again in the near future, when circumstances allow.

In the meantime, experiential learning remains a vital part of the Kroc School's approach to education, and students will still be able to participate in opportunities for valuable, hands-on learning. Get a closer look in the examples below.

MASI Practicum focused on Homelessness Local Practicums
For the January 2020 consulting practicum, six MA in Social Innovation students partnered with San Diego Grantmakers’ Funders Together to End Homelessness (FTEHSD) to focus on issues of homelessness in the region. Learn more. 
Kroc School staff working remotely Hybrid Learning Courses

The Kroc School has adapted and innovated to create learning, career development, and community-building experiences for students – even as they are dispersed around the world. Learn more.

Student sitting attentively during internship Internships Internships are a valuable and rewarding experience for students who are looking to contribute to an organization while gaining new skills, building new connections, and making a positive impact. Check out our Internships page, then learn more about the recent internships of two students, Matti and Jeniffer.