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Extension has a vital role to play in student success by offering experiential learning opportunities: community engagement—volunteering and service learning—and job shadowing, co-ops and internships. This month, Scott talks with Sam Angima, assistant dean for Outreach and Engagement in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Extension program leader for Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Download this pdf to learn more about the benefits of experiential learning, including how it increases graduation rates. Sam challenges Extension to include student experiential learning in 2018 program plans.

Use the comment section of the blog to share how your Extension office and program can create experiential learning opportunities for students—in real time and/or virtually.

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