Welcome Second Year Students!
The Second Year Experience (SYE) program is designed to engage all students returning to Morgan State for the second year in out-of-classroom (experiential) learning opportunities to enhance their career readiness skills. By engaging in experiential learning opportunities such as internships, job shadowing, campus to career field trips, study abroad, etc. you are able to acquire the soft skills employers desire. Soft skills include communication, self-motivation, leadership, responsibility, teamwork, problem-solving, flexibility, negotiation and conflict, and time management.
CURRENT SECOND YEAR STUDENTS
Steps to Engage in an Experiential Learning Opportunity
Step 1: Meet with your SYE advisor (your advisor from FR year) to discuss interests and opportunities.
Complete Part I: Experiential Learning Plan 1 (ELP 1): Getting Started.
Step 2: Complete Part II: Experiential Learning Plan 2 (ELP 2): Reporting Form.
Step 3: Engage in your out-of-classroom experience.
Step 4: Complete Part III: Experiential Learning Plan 3 (ELP 3): Reflection.
Step 5: Create and email a short video/photo of your experience to email@example.com.
2019-2020 SECOND YEAR STUDENTS
Experiential Learning Opportunity Steps
EXPLORE: Meet with your SYE Coach to explore interests and opportunities.
Complete Part I: Experiential Learning Plan 1 (ELP 1): Explore.
ENGAGE: Engage in your out-of-classroom experience.
REFLECT: Reflect on the experience.
Complete Part II: Experiential Learning Plan 2 (ELP 2): Reflect.
More information coming soon!
Types of Experiential Learning Opportunities
As a second-year student, you will engage in at least one out-of-classroom activity/experience. This activity can include a study abroad trip to any country across the globe, volunteer work with our community partners, an internship through the Center for Career Development, or a campus to career field trip during your the fall, winter, spring, or summer of your second year.
For a list of experiential learning opportunities within a specific category click on the category below that interests you or feel free to explore the available opportunities HERE. This is not an exhaustive list. There may be other opportunities available within your School or College. Review the Opportunities Within Your School/College or contact your department to find out about the other experiences that are available to you as a second-year student.
|Study Abroad||Internships||Community Service|
|Work Study||Research||Job Shadowing|
Opportunities Within Your School/College
School of Social Work * Field Education
School of Engineering * Student Work Experience Program
School of Community Health and Policy * Funded Research and Programs
School of Business and Management * Internships and Jobs
School of Architecture and Planning * Community Engagement
School of Education and Urban Studies * Second Year Experience Opportunities
College of Liberal Arts
Contact your school/college for additional opportunities that may be available to second-year students.
Other SYE Opportunities
STUDENT ARTS AND CULTURE INTERNSHIP
National Endowment for the Arts
Student Arts and Culture Internship for HBCUs
Expected Dates: Summer 2019, which can be extended to fall 2019, winter 2020, spring 2020 or year-round
Site: Washington, D.C. at the headquaters of the National Endowment for the Arts
Eligibility: US Citizen or Permanent Resident; Students attending HBCUs
Click here for more info.
BALTIMORE COLLEGETOWN FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
Deepen your engagement. Connect with other students. Make a difference in Baltimore.
•Create social change,
•Receive support as you work with other students to engage with the community,
•Learn social entrepreneurship and leadership skills,
•Build connections, and
•Become the next generation of civic leaders.
What is the Baltimore Collegetown Fellowship Program?
An opportunity to be innovative while exploring and learning more about Baltimore. This program is designed for 40 students who have a passion for community engagement.
It's designed for someone like you.
How it Works:
Fellows will participate in a Fall 2019 semester Social Entrepreneurship and Leadership course and additional retreats throughout the year. Click here for a full list of program requirements and dates.
Applications are due March 31. Need more information? Get inspired by our alumni, learn more about the program, and ask questions by contacting Baltimore Collegetown. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION!
LOCKHEED MARTIN STEM SCHOLARSHIP
The Lockheed Martin Scholarship Program application opens on January 15th 2019. Lockheed Martin internship opportunities will be available for students beginning their sophomore year of college, and mentorships will also be built into the program.
SYE Mobile App
A personalized interactive app for you, a second-year student, to explore the numerous experiential learning opportunities right at your fingertips.
To download the SYE App: TransitioningU
STEP 1: Go to Google Play Store or App Store and download: TransitioningU
STEP 2: Enter your MSU Email as your username and password1 as your temporary password.
Images from SYE Events
MSU Influencers Closing Ceremony - January 31st, 2019
Some second years students completed their SYE requirement by participating in MSU Influencers.
Campus to Career Field Trip to Reginal F. Lewis Museum - February 7th, 2019
Campus to Career Field Trip to WBAL-TV - November 13th, 2018
Campus to Career Field Trip to Patuxent Environmental and Aquatic Research Laboratory (PEARL) - September 28th, 2018
SYE Opportunities Fair - October 9th, 2018
SYE SWAG given away at the SYE Opportunities Fair
SYE Students Engaging with Representatives from Organizations at the SYE Opportunities Fair
Be on the lookout for emails from firstname.lastname@example.org with more information about SYE and other opportunities to engage in experiential learning. And follow us on Instagram @morganstatesye for updates, videos, and photos.
* If you require any information on the SYE webpage in an alternative format please contact Dr. Rhonda Battle at email@example.com or at 443-885-4777.