Some Purple Briefcase schools allow their students to participate in Experiential Learning.
As an employer, you might be able to provide an internship, co-op, or job shadowing opportunity for a student who could then apply the experience to their education and even earn course credit.
A portion of those schools also requires employer approval before moving forward on managing the student's Experiential Learning activity.
You might receive an email from one of your school connections asking you to review a request for a student to participate in an Experiential Learning opportunity at your place of employment.
After you review the Experiential Learning proposal, you will have the option to approve or deny the request by clicking a button in the email.
After you click the Approve or Deny button, you will receive a confirmation message in your web browser.
Questions About Your Expected Role in Experiential Learning
If you have questions regarding a student's specific Experiential Learning activity and your role in it, please contact the school's career services center directly.