Seton Hall University

Career Center Celebrates Student Success with Virtual 2020 Experiential Education Awards  

Each year, The Career Center celebrates students' accomplishments in experiential education. These programs include internships, student teaching, clinical and service-learning experiences.

Shawna Cooper-Gibson speaking at the 2020 Virtual Experiential Education Awards.

Shawna Cooper-Gibson, Vice President for Student Services

Winners are selected, from each school and college, for their outstanding work and contributions to their work sites, as well as their demonstration of leadership, both on and off-campus.

This year, we are unable to honor the student winners in person, however, we've put together videos to highlight their achievements. 

Samantha Dyar

Samantha Dyar, College of Communication and the Arts Winner

Shawna Cooper-Gibson, Vice President for Student Services created a video congratulating the winners on their accomplishments. Student winners also submitted videos accepting their awards and deans from each of the schools and colleges submitted videos congratulating the students on a job well done. Their videos can be viewed by clicking the links below. 

Congratulations to all award winners – we are so proud of you!

Categories: Campus Life , Education

For more information, please contact:

  • Reesa Greenwald
  • (973) 761-9355