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Learning By Doing

Build Your Professional Skills

At the Kogod School of Business, we believe that education must extend beyond the classroom. Experiential learning is essential to enhance students' intellectual development, leadership ability, communication skills, and professional self-confidence.

Build your personal and professional competencies through K-LAB activities. When browsing programs and organizations for graduate and undergraduate students, look for these icons below:

 

Leadership and Coaching

Learn different types of leadership while developing your own personal style.

1955 Club*
Leadership Retreat
Road Scholars*
L.E.A.D.
Leadership Library
Clubs and Organizations


Teamwork and Collaboration

Develop an understanding of characteristics that foster successful collaboration in a variety of settings.

1955 Club*
Case Competition
Leadership Retreat
Making a Difference**
Washington Initiative*
L.E.A.D.
Clubs and Organizations
New Student Orientation

 

Professional Flexibility

Today's business environment is unpredictable; learn to bend but not break.

Case Competition
Road Scholars*
Washington Initiative*
L.E.A.D.
New Student Orientation
Clubs and Organizations

Self-Assessment and Reflection

Identify careers and future opportunities that suit your interests, skills, and styles.

1955 Club*
Leadership Library
Leadership Retreat
Road Scholars*
Washington Initiative*
L.E.A.D.

 

Civic Engagement and Professional Responsibility

Increase your understanding of the relationship between philanthropic endeavors and business education. 

1955 Club*
Leadership Retreat
Making a Difference**
Washington Initiative*
L.E.A.D.
Clubs and Organizations

Problem Solving and Critical Thinking

Develop the ability to solve business problems creatively outside the classroom.

1955 Club*
Case Competition
Leadership Retreat
Washington Initiative*
L.E.A.D.
New Student Orientation
Clubs and Organizations

Planning, Organizing, and Time Management

Improve your organization skills and successfully manage time commitments by balancing co-curricular programs with other responsibilities.

1955 Club*
Case Competition
Leadership Library
Washington Initiative*
L.E.A.D.
New Student Orientation
Clubs and Organizations

Start Your Experience

Complete the K-LAB Interest form to design your experience.

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*Undergraduate students only.
**Graduate students only.