Hiram College

Opportunities

Educational Studies Major

Internships

All Educational Studies majors complete an internship that is aligned with their chosen area of concentration, typically during their junior or senior year. This experiential learning opportunity not only enhances the student’s resume, it also provides an opportunity for students to decide if the internship experience is what they really want to do with their degree.

Some of the internships Educational Studies majors have completed over the years:

Organization Area of Concentration
Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, OH Art Education
YMCA, Garrettsville, OH Youth Mentoring/After School Programming
Akron Zoo, Akron, OH Environmental Education
Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, OH Museum & Non-Profit Education
Crime Victim Advocacy Training Juvenile Justice Education
NOLS Pacific Northwest, Conway, WA Outdoor Education
The City Mission, Cleveland, OH Family Education: Social Work
Aurora City Schools, Aurora, OH Guidance Counseling
Potential Development, Youngstown, OH Supporting Students with Autism
Youngstown State & Walsh University Higher Education/Residence Life
Pro Football Hall of Fame, Canton, OH Youth Sport Management
University Hospital, Ravenna, OH Family Education in a Medical Setting

Field Experiences

All Educational Studies majors and minors participate in field experiences as part of their coursework. Classes will visit multiple sites representing a variety of demographics and will have opportunities to interact with individuals as a means of applying course knowledge to actual community environments.

Education Club

The Hiram College Education Club is a student-run organization that works to promote the welfare and ongoing education of both children and adults, to coordinate and facilitate ongoing and one-time educational programs for Hiram students and to work cooperatively with other organizations.

The Education Club is a great way to meet classmates and professors, socialize with friends and work to help pre-K through 12th-grade students, schools and teachers. The Education Club is responsible for social events and service activities related to education, including sponsoring the Fall Education Open House and the Spring Picnic.

The Education Club advisor is Kelly NewVine.  Membership is open to all students.

MAJORS OFFERED

FOR ADVISING AND MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:

Roxanne Sorrick, Head of Teacher Education and Professor of Education