Co-Curricular programs allow students to be involved in educational experiences outside the classroom. UMFK currently offers three non-credit-bearing co-curricular programs that accentuate the student’s skills and abilities and can increase a student’s marketability to prospective employers and graduate schools. Each year, UMFK recognizes every student who has completed the requirements for a co-curricular program at the end of the year Bengal Awards with a Certification of Completion.
Diversity Education and Advocacy Program (DEAP) is a co-curricular development program designed to increase students’ awareness of global diversity and advocacy issues and provide opportunities for experiential learning with diverse communities. The series introduces topics through film, guest speakers, and workshops, most of which are virtual.
Throughout the year, Career Services offers numerous professional development training and workshops. The Professional Development Series is a great way to build resume skills and connect with local professionals.
This interactive webinar series, developed in partnership with Wabanaki knowledge keepers and with the support of a Way Forward / Bringing Theory to Practice grant, explores various topics at the intersection of Indigenous culture, science, environmentalism, human health, and social justice.