Co-Curricular Experiential Learning

Part-time work, volunteering, and leadership programs are great ways to get hands-on experience throughout your degree. You can develop certain skills and maybe discover other career options that interest you. Look for workshops on campus to develop your leadership skills. 

Leadership Programs

With DALConnects you’ll do great work for meaningful causes, develop new skills, and build up the experience you’ll need for your future career. It’s a free leadership program that connects you with the off-campus community and develops your leadership potential. By pairing interactive workshops, conferences, and teambuilding retreats with community volunteer opportunities, you develop practical skills that help you become a stronger leader in the classroom, the community, your future career, and in everyday life. In Truro, the Student Advancement in Leadership program offers the opportunity for students to develop skills in areas such as career exploration, personal growth, communication and leadership development. Students participate in volunteer activities, attend professional development seminars, participate in international and cultural events and learn the process of program development.

Halifax Campuses:
Agricultural Campus:

Co-Cirricular Record

Dalhousie Co-Curricular Record (CCR) is the university’s official way to recognize your experience and involvement outside the classroom.  Whether you volunteer, have an on-campus job, play on a varsity team, or are involved in a society/club, you can start building your Co-Curricular Record today!

Bolster your resume and start your record now:

Halifax Campuses: or (902) 494-3077
Agricultural Campus: or (902) 893-6672