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to activate students seeking professional experience(s) in the workforce through recurring community growth, scholarship, and contribution opportunties.

So that universities across country may minimize friction between student leaders in pursuit of academic, social and professional excellence,

without exhausting
campus resources.

<History of KTE>

<Sponsor/Partner Testimonials>


Local and National Leaders designing experiential learning opportunties, towards the shared believe the key student’s fulfillment and success is strong academic growth paired with practical and applied knowledge.

Offering a catalog of valuable stories, resources and opportunties for community engagement and growth.

KTE Leaders - Meet & Apply

Leadership Resource Library


Coordinate collaboration between students, university administration and industry employers so that we may design and offer value rich experiences including:

  • Co-op 101/Campus Speaking Engagement(s)
  • Industry Panel/Info Session(s)
  • Member & Leadership Induction/Open Social(s)
  • Seasonal/Annual, Conference & Convention(s)

<Explore more in our KTE Experience Catalog>

<Participate in our KTE Net Experience Score (NES) Survey>

Mission Statement


Our mission is threefold:

To honor outstanding, career-driven students, connect them with employers, and support the advancement of experiential learning at the university level.

KTE Leadership - Meet & Apply!

Share introductions with our leadership teams, learn about our resource library connect with community influencers.

<Meet the Leaders>

University Texas, Austin; The Ohio State; Drexel University; Florida Institute of Technology; Texas A&M, more!

Pending Link:
<KTE Active Leadership Matrix>

<How to Apply>

Connect with Local Chapter leaders & advisors to may learn immediate information on upcoming application seasons.

Check out a few of these leadership questions, and remember our goal is not only to grow our communities, but to develop and support the leaders who these experiences, possible.

Charitable Contributions

Community Partner & Sponsorship Questions:

How do you feel we can most effectively serve our community?

If a board member, how do you you feel we could most effectively use your funds?

What gift has given you the greatest joy?
and more!

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When you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to our 501(c) 3 charitable organization.

Pending Link
<Support KTE with Amazon Smile!>

Pending Link:
<KTE Contribution Catalog>

Community Website Experience Journal

Contribute your feedback, creativity and design ideas regarding your website experience.
Thank you in advance for your attention, participation and time!

KTE offers value to two distinct audiences:

  1. University campuses where co-operative education serves as a core tenant, KTE chapters encompass diverse student leaders united by a passion to continuously grow themselves and others by supporting students, employers and administration through sharing their growth and lessons learned as a result of proactively pursuing experiential learning. <Sample Drexel Chapter>
  2. University campuses where experiential learning constitutes a smaller community of students, or has been seen previously as an unconventional educational path for some time, KTE offers support towards enabling early development of experiential based learning process, people and programs . <Sample OSU Chapter>

Regardless of where they go to school, KTE members exemplify scholarship, industrial ability, breadth of interest, and adaptabilitythe keys to a successful foray into their careers.

Distinguished through academic excellence, professional growth and social impact through leadership, our KTE community recognizes, learns from and supports high caliber student leaders throughout their career, so that they too may turn around and contribute knowledge gained through shared experience(s).