Experiential Learning and Activities
An integral part of the Pace Path is ensuring that students gain real-world experience before graduation. Whether you’re interested in internships or international studies, conducting research with faculty or starting your own student organization, Pace has the resources and programs to take you from the classroom into the real world.
Experiential learning opportunities at Pace include:
Pace Career Services has one of the largest internship placement programs of any university in the New York metropolitan area. They offer career advice, resume critiques, interview skills, job search strategies, internship fairs, on-campus recruiting, and more.
Pace’s Undergraduate Student-Faculty Research Program pairs students and professors with similar interests and provides funding for a wide variety of research. Students present their research findings at Pace and at local and national conferences, which are often published in journals. Student-Faculty pairs can apply for travel funds through the Undergraduate Student Academic Conference Travel Fund.
Volunteering and Community Service
The Center for Community Action and Research at Dyson College (CCAR) is the place for Pace students who want to make a difference and become leaders in their communities and the world.
Interested in studying outside the US? Contact Pace International to learn more about programs including short-term, semester, research, and volunteer opportunities, among others. See some of the places our students have explored and how Pace makes Study Abroad - As Easy as 1.2.3!
Clubs and Organizations
With more than 100 clubs and organizations you’ll have an opportunity to explore your various interests and gain critical leadership and organizational skills. Learn about the many opportunities at the Center for Student Development and Campus Activities in New York City and Pleasantville.