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Pursue areas of study that spark your curiosity and relate to your potential career interests.


Matching Students with Professional Mentors

The Novo Network Mentorship Program matches students with alumni and community mentors who help them progress as professionals and individuals. It is combined with a rigorous, credit-bearing academic course called Designing Your Life: Career Exploration and Professional Development for the College Student.

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Investment Management Training

Assistant Professor of Economics Sherry Yu has secured an official university affiliation with the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute to allows students the opportunity to study from and take the CFA certification exam.

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Explore big ideas in small classes with faculty who encourage you to think independently.


Turning Art into Transportation

Students in Assistant Professor of Art Ryan Buyssens sculpture class turned old bicycle parts, metal scraps, and furniture pieces into hand-made vehicles for their final project.

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Tracking the Coronavirus

Associate Professor of Biochemistry Katherine Walstrom, chair of the Natural Sciences Division, is leading her Biochemistry II class in a unique research project focusing on the coronavirus.

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Gain hands-on experience through internships, study abroad, and community service.


Paid Internships in the Arts

Students can pursue paid arts-based learning experiences with the School District of Manatee County, Community Video Archives, Aviva: A Campus for Senior Life, Florida Center for Partnerships in Arts-Integrated Teaching (PAInT),Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County and Sarasota County, and Critical Times.

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Writing Internship Garners Byline for Student

Landing a 2,200-word bylined article in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune’s Prime Times monthly tabloid is a feat for any aspiring journalist, especially a first-year collegiate. New College English student Sophia Brown achieved that goal when her debut feature was published on June 1.

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