Experiential Learning

In addition to classroom learning, many Tuck students expand their health care industry experience and exposure by participating in experiential learning opportunities with a health care focus. These may include Independent Studies and projects sponsored by the Center, participation in case competitions, conferences and industry-focused tours and treks, and health-related First-Year Projects and OnSite Global Consulting opportunities. Students also participate in a wide range of experiential learning opportunities across Tuck and bring their interest and focus on health care to those activities.  Examples include participation in the Tuck Social Venture Fund, the Revers Board Fellows Program, Tuck Community Consulting, and the Tuck Startup Incubator.