The University of Minnesota offers a variety of ways for students to gain professional development. With professional experience incorporated into the curriculum, students in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) are provided opportunities to gain professional experience and make connections through networking.
Beyond the classroom, a great way for students to gain additional experience is through our many student organizations. One such group is the CEHD Student Board. The CEHD Student Board is the governing body for all of the CEHD undergraduate student organizations and clubs. Members are able to represent CEHD students, groups, clubs, and organizations in meetings with the dean and other college leadership. Members also build the student community through special projects, events, and activities.
One of the events planned by the student board is called Making Connections. It is a breakfast event held on the morning of the U of M homecoming parade. This event is designed to allow undergradutes to meet with alumni of the college and build connections.
CEHD Student Board is just one of the many great opportunities for students to get involved at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. To find out more about opportunities to get involved (and to browse our 600+ student groups) visit the Student Unions & Activities website.