Living and Learning Community
If you want to surround yourself with other Harrington School students, the Living and Learning Community is for you. First year students in Weldin Hall major in are majoring in Communication Studies, Journalism, Public Relations, Film, Writing/Rhetoric or another area of study within the College of Arts and Sciences.
The LLC acts as a place for students to learn from each other outside of the classroom. The Resident Academic Mentor (RAM) coordinates many in-house programs such as study sessions to promote an academic environment within the place of residence.
Make friends. Save money. Protect the environment.
You can do all three when you carpool, and now there's an easy way to find neighboring students and faculty whose schedule fits with your own. Input your schedule and get matched with a carpool buddy. You'll make a new friend, save a bunch of money, and feel great about reducingyour carbon footprint!
The Harrington Rangers are student ambassadors and peer mentors who embody the values of the Harrington School of Communication and Media. They are leaders who have passion, intellectual curiosity and social responsibility. This year they will be busy spreading the word about the Harrington School and assisting fellow students.
Internships are an excellent way to gain relevant knowledge, skills, and experience to support what you learn in the classroom while establishing important connections in your field.
If you are ready to start preparing for your internship experience visit the Preparing for the Experience page the Office of Experiential Learning and Community Engagement created. The page takes you through all the necessary steps and information in a clear, concise order.
If you have any internship questions contact:
Her role is to coordinate experiential learning activities (internships, project-based learning, service learning, etc.) in the College of Arts & Sciences, in collaboration with the Office of Experiential Learning and Community Engagement.
If you want to go big and get involved in the nation’s capitol, The Washington Center may be the place for you! The Washington Center (www.twc.edu) is a leader in providing internship programs for multiple academic majors in the Washington, DC, area. For more information, contact Tammy Leso (email@example.com) or Kat Moniz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
There are many opportunities to become an active participant in your community through the Feinstein Civic Engagement Program. You can sign up for individual service projects posted on the Feinstein Experience calendar, get involved with upcoming volunteer events, take on a volunteer leadership role, or just browse volunteer resources the university has to offer.
Visit RhodyNet if you want to browse through a large, active database of internships, volunteer, and work opportunities.
If you are interested in immersing yourself in another culture and gaining an international experience, consider the option of studying abroad. The Office of International Education provides helpful information for you to look at before selecting a program and the during the application process.
Media and Civic Engagement Showcase
May 1st, 6-8PM PAFF Auditorium, URI, 80 Washington St. Providence
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