ASU’s Work-integrated Learning program partners ASU faculty with industry partners who seek support for projects they are attempting to address in the field. These faculty and industry partners develop, manage, and embed hands-on learning experiences into course curricula.
Faculty get the flexibility to embed experiential learning into courses, and students are provided tools to work as a team on real-world problems.
Student experience in applying what they’ve learned to real-world problems is a top indicator of workplace success, but internships and practical experience are not always readily accessible to most students. ASU’s Work-integrated Learning program increases access to real-world experiences at scale, and bridges the realms of work and learning together.