Teaching and Learning Services offers opportunities to undergraduate students in teaching innovation, research and more!
Develop transferrable skills that will prepare you for the job market through a number of avenues, including partnering with instructors to help design courses, conducting research in an area of interest, and participating in an innovative skills-based online curriculum.
The Students as Partners Program (SaPP)
The Internship-Carleton University Research Experience for Undergraduate Students (I-CUREUS)
The Internship-Carleton University Research Experience for Undergraduate Students (I-CUREUS) provides funding for you to conduct hands-on, faculty-supervised research.
Students participating in I-CUREUS, SaPP, and other partner programs at Carleton can complete the FUSION skill-development curriculum. This is a flexible, self-directed online integrated learning experience, designed to enhance student skill development in three areas critical to 21st century success and leadership: metacognition, communication and problem-solving. Students can receive up to 10 hours of CCR credit for their participation.Visit service web page exit
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