Earners engage with youth in the community to lead STEM activities and work with community partner host sites to meet the needs of youth participants.
Earners learn about career development and how to further engage in such opportunities to prepare them for their career after graduation.
Earners become involved in leadership activities on campus and in the community and learn how to take on the role of a leader.
Earners learn about and become involved in social and environmental issues on campus, in Maine, and in the larger community.
Earners learn about employment opportunities in Maine while developing their own career readiness skills and become Flagship Internship Ambassadors, promoting the program and aiding other students in becoming career ready.
Earners learn about and become involved in global issues on campus, in Maine, and in the world and expand their understanding of and respect for differences and cross-cultural understanding.
Earners become actively engaged in health-related learning experiences and take action to improve their own health and the health of the community
Earners learn about and become leaders in humanities issues and activities around campus and beyond.
Earners learn about and engage in Fogler Library’s information literacy services and become involved in information literacy issues on campus and beyond.
Earners become innovative entrepreneurs and idea creators through the Foster Center for Student Innovation.
Earners raise awareness about multiculturalism and diversity and develop a greater understanding and appreciation of values and differences that exist in a multicultural society.
Earners learn about and become involved in the Outdoors on campus, in Maine, and in the larger community of outdoor recreation.
Earners exemplify commitment to engaging their peers in development of their critical thinking, study skills as well as behavioral and learning strategies for college level learning.
Earners learn about plant-related issues and participate in plant-related events on campus and in the community.
Earners learn about and become involved in social activism issues on campus, in Maine, or in the larger community.
Earners become active leaders in undergraduate research projects or creative projects and present their work to make an impact in the community and beyond.
Earners learn how to improve information access through the innovative use of emerging technologies and multimodal interfaces to benefit others on campus, in Maine, and in the larger global community.