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About SEE

The Society for Experiential Education (SEE) is a nonprofit membership association of educators, businesses, and community leaders. Founded in 1971, SEE also serves as a national resource center for the development and improvement of experiential education programs nationwide. The society acts as the standard-bearer for the field, having created the Eight Principles of Good Practice for All experiential Learning Activities.

SEE is the premier professional association for experiential educators across the globe. See members represent hundreds of institutions. The Society brings together educators, business, and community leaders to create and sustain a great variety of experiential learning opportunities, such as internships, micro-experiences, service learning, global experience, and more. The Society's vision is to expand the perspectives shared and voices heard throughout our growing profession so that they are representative of the practitioners and students in the field of experiential education. we strive to improve access to premier professional development, and center the expertise of Black, Latino/a/x, Indigenous, Asian, Pacific Islander, LGBTQ and international experiential educators in SEE's committees, initiatives, and leadership opportunities. SEE is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors representing diverse K-12 and higher education settings, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies.

Then SEE Annual Conference, Committees and professional development offerings provide members with opportunities to engage with one another and build the scholarship of the field while the Experiential Education Academy supports individual and institutional understanding of SEE’s Principles and the Experiential Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (ELTHE) Journal provides free and cutting-edge research. Get Involved.

Contact Us:

SEE Headquarters Office
1 Eglinton Avenue E.
Suite 705
Toronto, ON M4P 3A1 Canada
P: 856-423-3427
E: [email protected]