Below are links to and descriptions of hands on learning experiences offered on campus or in our community.  Each of these opportunities are worth 10 points, unless otherwise noted. Application for Faculty and Staff to designate an experience similar to those listed below. 

P.A.W.S.

P.A.W.S.
Mentor children to achieve their dreams and become leaders. (repeatable)

The Gentlemen's Institute

The Gentlemen's Institute
A program designed to help men identify and apply their values to decision making, to aid men in networking, as well as define and understand what it means to be a leader today.

Business, LLC 

Business Living and Learning Community     

BUSINESS LLC
BUSINESS, LLC Community offers first-year business students an exciting opportunity to live, learn, lead and serve as they prepare to become future business and community leaders. Using a network of community members, peer mentors, instructors and residence hall staff, students will make lasting connections and create a strong foundation for success at UTC and in life beyond college. The Business LLC fosters team work and creates a professional network, building connections in and out of the classroom to prepare “business world ready” students.
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Story Creators
Get hands-on experience teaching creative writing and art to elementary students! Contact Carrie-Meadows@utc.edu for more information.

Galtere

Galtere
Through research, learn about investment and hedge fund management. (this can also be a credit bearing experience, see details through the College of Business Student Success Center)

DIGITAL
DIGITAL
Get hands-on leadership training in an IT environment.(a two-semester, 20 point experience)

Leadershape

LeaderShape Institute
An interactive, energizing, and unique experience that builds leadership skills offered during the summer. Worth 20 points.

Women's Leadership Academy
Women's Leadership Academy
An annual training program on principles of feminist leadership.

Elect Her

Elect Her
Encourages and trains college women to run for student government at UTC.
Play, Believe, Achieve
Play! Believe! Achieve! National Girls & Women in Sports Day
A program that partners with community groups to bring girls to our campus to pair with UTC students and learn about sports, fitness, nutrition, and self-esteem.
Step Up!
StepUp!
A bystander intervention training designed to educate participants about being proactive in situations where we can help and cultivate a community of care.
LeadUTC
LeadUTC
An in-depth weekend retreat devoted to leadership development through learning and application of values within individuals and organizations at UTC.
Freshman Senate
Freshman Senate
Be part of an organization that represents the freshman class to both the University and SGA, promotes community and University involvement, and fosters leadership skills in its members with honesty, responsibility, and integrity.
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Multicultural Mentors and Mentees Program
The Multicultural Center has helped facilitate this very successful pairing of Mentors and Mentees for over 4 years.  This is a great opportunity to connect to the Campus, Community and your fellow MOCS. 
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Undergraduate Research Conference Presentations
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity serves the entire campus community by communicating and facilitating opportunities for undergraduate research and creative activity, as well as highlighting what students and faculty are doing both inside and out of the classroom or laboratory. Please contact write to urca@utc.edu for more information about how to be involved.
Are U Ready Button Professional U is a career exploration and development series designed to grow UTC students professionally. This program covers all areas of professional growth, including cover letter, resume, and vitae design; your networking skills; interview techniques; successful career event participation; and other aspects of professional image. For more information, please contact the Carree and Student Employment Center with your MOCS ID to enroll.  425-4184

HAM LLC

High Achieving MOCS Living and Learning Community

 

The HAM LLC brings an energetic group of high achieving freshmen together to live in community and share some of the most unique academic experiences offered to new UTC students.HAMmers take two interdisciplinary, team-taught general education courses, each capped at 20 students, as well as a 1-credit course in which they explore their aptitude and develop ability to grow as leaders, collaborators, and creative problem solvers. The HAM Council, elected by the students, works together to craft a schedule of additional social and service programs. Incoming freshmen with at least a 26 ACT and 3.5 GPA are encouraged to apply for this “honorific” living learning community.