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100% Engagement

100% Engagement is the University of Arizona's commitment that all undergraduate students will have the opportunity to apply their learning to real challenges through an upper division course or significant non-credit applied learning experience such as an internship, undergraduate research experience, preceptorship, senior capstone, study abroad, field work, performance, student leadership, or service learning. Through these experiences, students develop professional and personal skills and reflect upon their learning in ways that ensure they graduate ready to launch meaningful careers.

When students complete a 100% Engagement experience, they earn an Engaged Learning Experience notation on their academic transcript. Each engaged learning experience students take part in, whether it is for academic credit or not, will also be added to the student's Engagement Record. The student can access their Engagement Record via their UAccess Student account.

Each experience connects to one of the UA's Engagement Activities and to one Engagement Competency which reflect the unique strengths and value of the University of Arizona experience.

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Chris King
Engagement Experience:
ASUAS Executive Vice President
You can be afraid, but what makes you strong is your ability to push that fear to your feet to compel you to move forward and do something. Right or wrong, do something!
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Laura Hurtado
Engagement Experience:
Participant: HACU Conference and Capitol Forum
I was able to build relationships with people from all over the world. I also had the opportunity to speak to our State Representatives and advocate for Hispanic students.
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Josette Lopez
Engagement Experience:
Marketing Department Social Media Assistant
I’m thankful for the skills and experience I gained by doing this 100% Engagement. I don’t believe I would have been as successful in my current position without it.
Title Credit Experience Type Activity Competency Description
LDRV 498 Yes Senior Capstone Community Partnership Professionalism

Senior capstone course for Organizational Leadership majors. Required and should be taken in last semester.

RNCV 493 Yes Internship Professional Development Professionalism

Internship requires the completion of this form with the program director and employer. Sample placement opportunities can be found by clicking on the Placement Partners tab above.

HUSV 493 Yes Internship Professional Development Professionalism

Internship requires the completion of this form with the program director and employer. Sample placement opportunities can be found by clicking on the Placement Partners tab above.

ENGV 493 Yes Internship Professional Development Professionalism

Internship requires the completion of this form with the program director and employer. Sample placement opportunities can be found by clicking on the Placement Partners tab above.

HSTV 493 Yes Internship Professional Development Professionalism

Internship requires the completion of this form with the program director and employer. Sample placement opportunities can be found by clicking on the Placement Partners tab above.

FSHV 493 Yes Internship Professional Development Professionalism

Internship requires the completion of this form with the program director and employer. Sample placement opportunities can be found by clicking on the Placement Partners tab above.

TEDV 493A Yes Student Teaching Professional Development Professionalism

Student Teaching: Birth-Preschool

TEDV 493B Yes Student Teaching Professional Development Professionalism

Student Teaching: Kindergarten-3rd Grade

TEDV 493C Yes Student Teaching Professional Development Professionalism

Student Teaching: 4th-8th Grade

TEDV 493D Yes Student Teaching Professional Development Professionalism

Student Teaching in Elementary School

Name of Partner Organization Partner Location Organization Type Organization Contact Partner Website Related Degrees Requirements Additional Information
The Arizona Republican Party Cochise County, Santa Cruz County, Maricopa County, Tucson, Yuma County Government Dan Duffey, dan.duffey@azgop.org, 520-800-4450 Help re-elect Republican team, work with regional and statewide campaigns, meet candidates and elected officials, learn on-the-job from experienced political operatives. Internship hours eligible for college credit and a letter of recommendation from AZGOP's state party chair.
Wellness Connections Sierra Vista Social and Legal Services Deanna Bellinger, dbellinger@wellness-connections.org Wellness Connections Looking to align internship projects w/ student's interest. Will assign a staff person to help guide them during a project. Some students can do research, lead/co-lead peer-support classes.
U.S. Representative - Martha McSally Cochise County, Tucson Government Tucson: Taj Sultan, Taj.Sultan@mail.house.gov or Sierra Vista: Alesia Ash Alesia.Ash@mail.house.gov, 520-459-3115 U.S. Representative - Martha McSally Work 8-16 hours per week, excellent written and verbal comm skills, interest in Public Service.
Tweak West LLC. Bisbee Technology Puspa Lohmeyer - Owner, puspa@puspa.net, 520-432-9011 Basic computers, ability to focus for long periods of time, interest in visual arts. On site placement in Bisbee stable hours, provides visual art services to commercial clients in Metro areas. Prefer 3 credit minimum placement.
Turn Your Life Around Maricopa County, Tucson Social and Legal Services Danielle Enfield, adminassist@tylahelps.com Turn Your Life Around Interns must be prepared to work hard, learn fast, and think quickly. Interns must feel comfortable on the phone and in person with clients, as well as, be prepared to provide a non-judgmental and encouraging environment for the clients.
Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Tucson Business Lea Márquez Peterson, President@TucsonHispanicChamber.org Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Communications Intern: 10 hours per week including Mon 9-11 a.m. Responsibilities include: - Designing email communication to members three times a week - Writing copy to brand each of the four chambers - Tracking and updating flyers and events - Posting on chambers 6 FB and Twitter accounts daily - Collecting member "good news" to promote via email Preferred Bilingual
Town of Sahuarita Sahuarita Government Victor Gonzalez - Town Manager, vgonzalez@sahuaritaaz.gov Town of Sahuarita
Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park Tombstone Business Julie Vanderdasson - Manager, tombstonecourthouse@tombstonechamber.com Tombstone Courthouse
Tombstone Chamber of Commerce Tombstone Business Julie Vanderdasson - Manager, tombstonecourthouse@tombstonechamber.com Tombstone Chamber of Commerce
Therapeutic Ranch for Animals and Kids (TRAK) Tucson Social and Legal Services Lydia Huerta, Trakranch@gmail.com TRAK Participate in various programs, skills with animals, at risk childern, program and agency support. Fingerprint-CPR/First Aid. Numerous types of placements to include: animal/ client classes, field trips with clients, fundraising supports, office supports, events (gymkhanas& Friday Night Lights) as wellas grounds and animal care.