Students share experiences during CentreTerm 2018 Internship Showcase

A record number of 64 Centre College students interned during CentreTerm, a three-week January term that gives students the opportunity to explore unique topics and faraway places through immersive courses, studying abroad or completing an internship or research project. A total of 71 recently participated in the internship showcase, including the Centre-in-China and Centre-in-Washington, D.C. interns from the

Centre class partners with Grace Café on groundbreaking research project

Centre College professors often offer their students important opportunities to apply what they learn in the classroom to real-world situations. And in the fall of 2016, Assistant Professor of Sociology Kaelyn Wiles took this a step further, giving students in her Research Methods class the unique chance to work on a project that was not

Spring Internship Showcase offers glimpse into students’ internship experiences

One of the major components of the Centre Commitment is that students are guaranteed an internship or research opportunity during their four years at Centre College. Recognizing how important this can be for gaining employment after graduation, many students—as many as 70 to 80 percent of the last three graduating classes—make the most of this

Educating teachers and lifelong learners

Centre's program in education offers numerous opportunities for learning and growth, including conversations with visiting scholars and specialists, relevant study abroad experiences, and research and internship opportunities that contribute to a balanced path of study with equal emphasis on theory and practice. These transformative experiences both in and outside of the classroom form not only

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Centre students contribute to prairie restoration project at Shaker Village

In the eyes of many, experiential learning is the next great frontier in higher education, and Centre College is on the leading edge of this movement. Thanks to a $500,000 grant the College received last year from the Louisville-based James Graham Brown Foundation to support academic internships and community-based learning initiatives, these high-impact practices are