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Upcoming Events

The Center for Integrated Learning offers events and programs dedicated to helping you navigate your life path. Check back often to see what's happening and how you can get involved. Click here to view the CIL Calendar.


Real Talk: EC Majors Uncovered

Wednesday, September 17
4:00 p.m.
CIL Commons

Come listen to a student panel discussion of EC majors. They'll talk about how they chose a major, what their classes are like, and how they've made the most of their major through co-curricular experiences. For more info, contact Jen Banning at


City Year Information Session

Thursday, September 18
CIL Commons

City Year unites young people for a year of full-time service in 25 urban locations to keep students on track to graduation. Learn more from a City year recruiter. Pizza. For more info: Jana Schroeder,


Grad School in the Humanities Panel

Thursday, September 18
LBC 124

Are you considering graduate school in a Humanities field? Come to our panel discussion in LBC 124 at Noon on Thursday, September 18th to get your questions answered by faculty from the libraries, M.A.T. program, Humanities Division, and CIL. Pizza lunch provided. For more info, contact Jen Banning at


Indiana House and Senate Internship Informational

Friday, September 19
CIL Commons

If politics, leadership, or policy research excites you, then attend the Indiana State Democratic & Republican Internship Program information session. Representatives from the program will provide details about this unique opportunity! 


Americorps Information Session

Monday, September 22 and Tuesday, September 23

Volunteers, off-campus federal work study students and Bonners are eligible to enroll in AmeriCorps for a one-year commitment which will led to an education award that can be used to help pay for college. Learn more about eligibility requirements and how to sign up at this info session. This same session will be repeated on 9/22 and 9/23. For more info, Jana Schroeder,


Exploration Workshop: Starting the Journey

Tuesday, September 23
CIL Commons

After utilizing tools to answer questions about the future and listening to the unique paths of others, take time to reflect on the next steps of your own path at EC. Join the Career Advisers for lunch to learn about major and career possibilities in each division.  If you have any questions, please contact Katie Elliott at

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