One of the reasons why Keuka College is the national leader in experiential, hands-on learning is the opportunity students have to take classroom theory and apply it to the “real world.”
At Keuka, students are required to conduct a Field Period every year. They spend 140 hours, typically in January, exploring career opportunities and gaining insight into what it takes to be successful after college.
Recently, 632 students conducted Field Periods in 23 states and eight foreign countries: Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, China, Israel, Morocco, Sweden, and Tanzania.
The following Saint Lawrence County residents conducted Field Periods:
· Megan Paige Barney, a freshman occupational science major from Madrid: The Wound Care Center, Ogdensburg, and United Helpers Nursing Home, Ogdensburg;
· Krystina Marie DeVito, a sophomore occupational science major from Russell: St. Lawrence NYSARC, Canton, and Edwards-Knox Central School, Russell;
· Courtney Anne French, a sophomore visual and verbal art major from Massena: The Business Development Corporation for a Greater Massena, Massena;
· Meghan Louise Hance, a freshman occupational science major from Dekalb Junction: Canton-Potsdam Hospital, Canton, and Edwards-Knox Central School, Russell;
· Ellie Catherine Holmes, a freshman clinical science major from Ogdensburg: Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center, Ogdensburg;
· Darrcy Ellen Matthews, a freshman management major from DeKalb Junction: SUNY Potsdam athletic department, Potsdam;
· Brittany Nicole Murray, a senior occupational science major from Heuvelton: St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center, Ogdensburg, and North Coast Therapy, Waddington;
· Matthew Philip Snyder, a sophomore adolescent English and mathematics major from Potsdam: Herman-DeKalb Central School, DeKalb Junction;
· Desirae Marie Tracy, a freshman biology major from Lisbon: Canton-Potsdam Hospital, Canton; and
· Alicia Mae Trombley, a sophomore exploratory major from Canton: St. Lawrence University, Canton.